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This Arduino shield rocks a socket for wireless modules, such as Digi Xbee, so that you can float your bits and bytes of data through air with the greatest of ease.
Female Socket Strip - 10 per Strip, 2mm spacing
Male Strip - 12 per Strip, gold flash on 2mm spacing
Need a motor driver that can run at the lower voltages? The Didel 2 Motor Minishield can come to your rescue! Use your Arduino Uno (or form factor compatible) board with it to drive a tiny robot around.
What a sweet idea! A 802.11b/g wifi module with a XBee plugin footprint! This model uses a built in wire antenna.
What a sweet idea! A 802.11b/g wifi module with a XBee plugin footprint! This model features a UFL antenna connector.
What a sweet idea! A 802.11b/g wifi module with a XBee plugin footprint! This model features a SMA antenna connector.
You want to move power? We've got the SeeedStudio Relay Shield that'll let the milliamperes of an Arduino-compatible board to control up to 35VDC 70W on 4 separate channels!
Better than XBee at a comparable cost! This module features the powerful ATmega128RFA1, transmitting on 2.4GHz with OTA (Over-The-Air) speeds up to 2Mbps, maximum 4.8km (3 miles) range, and switchable internal /external antenna.
Add ethernet connectivity to your project with the Wiznet WIZ811MJ module. Ready to go on a convenient board!
Parallax has added Arduino to the popular "Board of Education" system. This shield allows for convenient breadboard prototyping and servo ports with your Arduino, with no soldering required. It'll also give you easy access to Parallax's breadboard-friendly sensors and accessories.
Bluetooth! XBee! Arrgh - which way to go? Well, the Bluetooth Bee lets you jam a Bluetooth SPP module into an existing Xbee socket ed project!
Fully programmable, Open Source, and user-hackable!
This board can do it all - break out the Synapse RF module pins, give you a USB port/FTDI chip to program, supply it with a regulated 3.3V, integrate a reset switch (for updating & erasing), and also give you mounting options.
These modules allow reliable and simple communication between microcontrollers, computers, systems, really anything with a serial port! Point to point and multi-point networks are supported.
Want to add ZigBee communications to your MAKE Controller? Here's the interface board you'll need!
It is the most easy and reliable way to connect the Xbee module to a PC via USB port.
This adapter board is designed to make adding wireless point-to-point or mesh networking easy. Adafruit looked at all the XBee adapter boards available and decided to design something better.
The low-power XBee 802.15.4 and extended-range XBee-PRO 802.15.4 use the IEEE 802.15.4 networking protocol for fast point-to-multipoint or peer-to-peer networking.
This board mates directly with the Arduino USB board and allows the Arduino to wirelessly communicate over a modified ZigBee protocol using the popular XBee module from MaxStream.
Easily add Class 2 Bluetooth to any of your Xbee enabled projects! This module allows your project to be up to 100 meters away.
Looking for 802.15.4 ZigBee-type module with smarts? XBee with more features? Check out Synapse modules! Small, low-power, 2.4 GHz plug-in transmitter-receiver modules, with an extended range up to three miles and power consumption as low as 2.5uA.
Better than XBee at a comparable cost! This module features the powerful ATmega128RFA1, transmitting on 2.4GHz with OTA (Over-The-Air) speeds up to 2Mbps, maximum 4.8km (3 miles) range and an SMA antenna connector for optimum performance.
This Synapse Wireless 915 MHz RF wireless module runs at OTA (Over-The-Air) speeds up to 150Kbps and features tightly packed SMD construction with a chip antenna. These modules are perfect when you need a separate frequency band when already using 2.4GHz nodes in an application.
Small, low-power, 2.4GHz plug-in 802.15.4 -based transmitter-receiver modules, with an extended range up to 2.5 miles and power consumption as low as 2.5uA.
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