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The Grove - W600 is a cost-effective 2.4GHz WiFi module for Arduino, build around the W600 Module, support 802.11b/g/n.

The Grove - W600 is a cost-effective 2.4GHz WiFi module for Arduino, build around the W600 Module, support 802.11b/g/n. The Seeed W600 Module features ARM Cortex-M3 with 1MB on-chip flash and freeRTOS kernel.
 

The Grove - W600 has one Grove connector, two buttons(reset & config) and three LED indicators(power/reset/wifi). As you can see, there is also an onboard PCB antenna in the W600 Module. This module support AT command, so just plug the Grove - W600 into your Arduino compatible systems, it can enable the WiFi ability easily via the software UART. We also take the pins of the W600 chip out and put them on the back of the board, in case you need to use the I2S/I2C/SPI/GPIO pins(our library do not support this part).
 
The most exciting part is that with the help of Android / IOS app it supports One Shot Activity function, which means you can connect and disconnect the WiFi network by pressing a single button. What a convenience!
 
We really think the W600 is a cost-effect and powerful WiFi chip, and we seriously consider it as an ESP8266 competitor. So we made it Grove and we hope it may impress you. 
 
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Tip

For IOS user, you can seach the app name in the apple app store : one shot config 

 
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Note

We've Released the Grove Selection Guide and hope to help you find the Grove suit you best. 

Features

  • Support IEEE802.11 b/g/n
  • Support 2.4~2.4835 GHz
  • Support Wi-Fi WMM/WMM-PS/WPA/WPA2/WPS
  • Support multiple network protocols: TCP/UDP/ICMP/DHCP/DNS/HTTP
  • Integrated GPIO device controller
  • Support for user‐programmable GPIO control
  • Supports AT+ instruction protocol based on ASCII encoding (UART interface)

Applications

  • wireless audio and video
  • smart home
  • smart toys

Pinout 

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ECCN 5A002.a.1
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USHSCODE 85177000
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  • How to use this module? I would like to use this module to provide wifi connectivity to a seeduino board. Is there any simple example showing how this can be done? I have setup software serial on pins 10,11 so as to be able to communicate with both the PC via USB and the wifi module - see code below, but I do not get any response from the board. All examples on older wifi module use a display which I do not have. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #include SoftwareSerial Serial1(10, 11); // RX | TX const long baudRate = 115200; char c=' '; boolean NL = true; void setup() { Serial.begin(9600); Serial.print("Sketch: "); Serial.println(__FILE__); Serial.print("Uploaded: "); Serial.println(__DATE__); Serial.println(" "); Serial1.begin(baudRate); Serial.print("Serial1 started at "); Serial.println(baudRate); Serial.println(" "); } void loop() { // Read from the Bluetooth module and send to the Arduino Serial Monitor if (Serial1.available()) { c = Serial1.read(); Serial.write(c); } // Read from the Serial Monitor and send to the Bluetooth module if (Serial.available()) { c = Serial.read(); Serial1.write(c); // Echo the user input to the main window. The ">" character indicates the user entered text. if (NL) { Serial.print(">"); NL = false; } Serial.write(c); if (c==10) { NL = true; } } } -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Question by: Finn on 2019-09-21 00:50:59