IoT WiFi Boards

Find the board that fits your IoT project

Quality Boards & Quality Documentation

Without proper guidance and tools, development can be difficult. Below are four suppliers we recommend for their great hardware, software, and documentation.

Quality Boards

LinkIt

The LinkIt series includes the LinkIt 7697, LinkIt Smart 7688, LinkIt Smart 7688 Duo, and the LinkIt One. LinkIt boards were designed for IOT applications and are compatible with the Arduino IDE.

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Ameba

Ameba Series include Ameba RTL8710AF, Ameba RTL8195, and RTL8710. Ameba is an Arduino-compatible development board for IOT. In addition to their Wi-Fi connectivity, they also feature an NFC tag and can support Ethernet via Arduino compatible headers.

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ESP

The ESP32, ESP8266, and ESP8285 are highly popular and have a large community. The modules can be found on many boards.

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MxChip

MxChip lauched the AZ3166 IOT Developer Kit, it can be used to develop and prototype Internet of Things (IoT) solutions by leveraging Microsoft Azure services. The kit includes an Arduino-compatible board with rich peripherals and sensors.

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Comparison

LinkIt 7697ESP32ESP8266Ameba RTL8710
Release date2017 Mar 12016 Sep 120142016 Aug 1
Product details----
RAM352 KB520 KB36 KB available to user48 KB available to user
CPUMT7697 Cortex-M4 with FPU @ 192MhzTensilica Xtensa LX6 32 bit Dual-Core @ 160 / 240MhzTensilica LX106 32 bit @ 80 MHz (up to 160 MHz)ARM Cortex M3 32 bit @ 83 MHz
Flash4MBup to 64 MBytes1, 2, 4, 8 or 16 MB1MB Built-in
Input Voltage3.3v-5v2.2 V - 3.6 V3.0 V - 3.6 V3.0 V - 3.6 V
Operating Current-80 mA average80 mA average80 mA average
Temperature Range--40°C to 125°C-40°C to 125°C-40°C to 125°C
StandardsCE/FCC/NCCFCC/CE/TELEC/KCCFCC/CE/TELEC/SRRCFCC/CE/TELEC/SRRC
Connectivity----
Wi-Fi802.11 b/g/n (2.4G)802.11b/g/n802.11b/g/n (max 65Mbps)802.11b/g/n
Bluetooth®4.2 LE4.2 BR/EDR + BLE--
UART2x UART3x UART2x UART2x UART
I/O----
I2Cup to 1up to 2up to 1up to 1
GPIO18(up to)32(up to)17(up to)17(up to)
PCM-up to 1---
PWMup to 18up to 8-up to 4
ADC4 (0~2.5V)12 bit SAR ADC up to 18 channels--
DAC-8 bit up to 2 channels--
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