Ohhh radio waves .... your a beauty!
This is our most popular XBee wireless module: the series 1 802.15.4 protocol 1mW with wire antenna. Its good for point-to-point, multipoint and convertible to a mesh network point.
This adapter board is designed to make adding wireless point-to-point or mesh networking easy.
XBee adapter with mini USB interface
This 4-button keyfob remote goes with our three basic 315MHz RF receiver modules.
These Simple RF receivers are the easiest way possible to add wireless control, painlessly!
Toggle type. These Simple RF receivers are the easiest way possible to add wireless control, painlessly!
Latching selector type. These Simple RF receivers are the easiest way possible to add wireless control, painlessly!
This 2-button keyfob remote goes with our three basic 315MHz RF receiver modules. It will work with all of them, sending out one of two commands that match up with the last two of four outputs.
We know what you’re thinking, “What’s the big deal? Looks like an SD card…” Well this is no SD card! The Electric Imp is a WiFi enabled development platform powered by a Cortex-M3 processor core. “Really?” Yup.
This is an SMD (surface mount device) bluetooth module. Does not come with pins. This is the same Roving Networks Bluetooth module that you already know and love, but it comes firmware-configured for the HID protocol. HID, or “Human Interface Device,” is the communication protocol used for computer peripherals such as keyboards, mice and joysticks.
These wireless receivers work with our 315MHz transmitters. They can easily fit into a breadboard and work well with microcontrollers to create a very simple wireless data link. Since these are only receivers, they will only work communicating data one-way, you would need two pairs (of different frequencies) to act as a transmitter/receiver pair.
These wireless transmitters work with our 315MHz receivers. They can easily fit into a breadboard and work well with microcontrollers to create a very simple wireless data link. Since these are only transmitters, they will only work communicating data one-way, you would need two pairs (of different frequencies) to act as a transmitter/receiver pair.
New! Version 3 comes with the latest module which has external antenna support and Pulse-Per-Second output We believe this is theUltimate GPS module, so we named it that. It's got everything you want and more:
This is a blank MiFare Classic silicone bracelet - often used for parties/events or identification but also found in other systems where a small proximity card is desired. The bracelet contains a NXP S50 chip and an antenna, and is passively powered by the reader/writer when placed a couple inches away
These can be read by almost any 13.56MHz RFID/NFC reader but make sure it can handle MiFare cards as there are a few other encoding standards (like FeLica) They are tested and work great with both our PN532 NFC/RFID breakout board and Adafruit NFC/RFID Shield for Arduino!
This RF adapter cable is super handy for anyone doing RF work. Often times, small electronics save space by having a pick-and-placeable u.FL connector (also called uFL, IPEX, IPAX, IPX, MHF, and AM). But most antennas have SMA or RP-SMA connectors on them. This little cable will bridge the two!
The RFM22B is a low-cost ISM FSK transceiver module which offers communication at 433MHz ISM and adjustable output power of up to +20 dBm. The wide operating voltage range of 1.8–3.6 V and low current consumption makes the RFM22B an ideal solution for battery powered applications.
This kit includes everything you need to get started with RFID. It includes a USB RFID board, ID-12LA RFID reader, and 2 RFID cards.
The latest Bluetooth wireless serial cable replacement from SparkFun Electronics! This version of the popular BlueSMiRF uses the RN-42 module which has a bit less range than the RN-41 module used in the BlueSMiRF Gold.