Arduino RF Transceiver Module

Connect your Arduino projects wirelessly via RF

SKU: TA0032


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This wireless module board adapts high-performance Nordic VLSI NRF905 radio chip, the maximum transmission data rates up to 50Kbps with GFSK, sensitivity to-100dBm, high reliability, it is widely used in various occasions, short-range wireless communications (such as wireless meter reading, industrial remote control, low-power handheld equipment, etc.)

 

 

Specification:

 

  • Operating voltage: 1.9 ~ 3.6V, ( 3.3V is recommended)
  • Work on the 433MHz band
  • The maximum operating rate of 50kbps, support GFSK modulation
  • A lower current consumption (RX in, 12.2mA, 433MHz)
  • Programmable control of output power, for all the support frequencies of up to +10 dBm
  • Standard DIP spacing interfaces for embedded applications
  • Transmission Distance: open to the actual transmission distance 200-300 meters (depending on the specific situation of the environment and communication baud rate settings, etc. may be)
  • Module Size: 32mm * 19mm (the size of non-SMA head and antenna)

 

Click here to download manual and library files

Manual and library files 

SKU TA0032
Barcode # 9351634002702
Brand iduino
Shipping Weight 0.0600kg
Shipping Width 0.130m
Shipping Height 0.040m
Shipping Length 0.100m
Shipping Cubic 0.000520m3
Unit Of Measure ea

Arduino RF transceiver module

By: on 19 April 2017
While not as popular as some of its competition, the nRF905 is relatively easy to use, and offers communication over 3 UHF bands with 511 channels with individual addressing. With a range of over 100metres this module is better for long-range than many wifi modules, if quite a bit slower at around 56kbaud, though power usage is also less.This particular module is pretty nice, having a quality antenna provides a professional look to finished projects. As a 3.3volt device I would recommend using a 3.3v micro rather than level shifting, but there is good code on github for arduino. Thumbs up. A nice cheap device ideal if overcrowding of the 2.4ghz bands are an issue or for remote battery powered usage.
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