Multiprotocol Radio Shield for Arduino UNO v2.0
88147 Multiprotocol Radio Shield for Arduino UNO
The 88147 Radio Shield was designed for the Arduino UNO board.
- Compatible Arduino modules include all the RFID, Bluetooth, WiFi, 3G and GPRS modules.
- You also have modules using new industrial radio protocols such as RS-485, RS-232 and CAN bus.
Plus, to make programming your Arduino Uno simpler, there is an on/off switch you can activate to be able to operate without necessarily disassembling all your modules.
You can also use the gateway mode; in this case, the jumpers must be used in USB position and the communication is only established via socket 0.
88147 Arduino Radio Shield: simplicity and ultra-connectivity
Imagine a project capable of not only reading and rewriting an RFID tag but also communicating with your computer via WiFi or with your smartphone via Bluetooth.
With the Arduino 88147 interconnection shield, you’ll be able to create ultra-connected objects very simply while saving a considerable amount of space, since no wiring is required and everything slots into place.
You can combine the 2 radio protocols of your choice depending on your project: Bluetooth + RFID, RFID + WiFi, Bluetooth + CAN bus, UART + UART, etc.
Your project can then communicate with you over short, medium or long distances and with all the devices you wish!
Technical specifications of the Radio Shield for Arduino UNO
- Arduino UNO
- On/off switch
- Gateway mode
- RoHS compliant
Resources for the 88147 Radio Shield
Check out this tutorial to get rapidly started with your 88147 Radio Shield!