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Microchip Releases Four Low-Power Embedded Wi-Fi® Solutions for Growing IoT Market
These New Stand-Alone Modules Allow Wi-Fi and Networking to Be Easily Embedded Into Any Device
Microchip have released four compact, low-power, highly integrated solutions that allow Wi-Fi® and
networking capability to be embedded into virtually any device, including Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
These four modules provide complete solutions for 802.11b/g/n and are industry certified in multiple countries.
The new RN1810 and RN1810E are stand-alone, surface-mount WiFly radio modules that include a TCP/IP stack,
cryptographic accelerator, power management subsystem, 2.4 GHz 802.11b/g/n-compliant transceivers and
2.4 RF power amplifier. They can be paired with any microcontroller and configured using simple ASCII commands.
WiFly provides designers with a simple data pipe for sending data over a Wi-Fi network,
requiring no prior Wi-Fi experience to get a product connected. Once configured,
the device automatically accesses a Wi-Fi network and sends and receives serial data.
The RN1810 has an integrated PCB antenna while the RN1810E supports an external antenna.
The new MRF24WN0MA and MRF24WN0MB are Wi-Fi modules that interface with Microchip's PIC32 microcontrollers and
support Microchip's MPLAB® Harmony integrated software framework with a TCP/IP stack that can be downloaded
for free from www.microchip.com/harmony The modules connect to the microcontroller via a 4-wire SPI interface and
are an ideal solution for low-power, low-data-rate Wi-Fi sensor networks, home automation, building automation and consumer applications.
The MRF24WN0MA has an integrated PCB antenna while the MRF24WN0MB supports an external antenna.
“This new family of Wi-Fi modules provides design flexibility for a broad range of consumer, industrial retail, and
utility/smart energy applications,” said Clayton Pillion, worldwide marketing manager of Microchip's Wireless Solutions Group.
“They greatly streamline the integration and configuration process, allowing designers to
concentrate instead on the host product.”
Each module is FCC (USA), IC (Canada) and ETSI (Europe) certified and supports multiple networking features
including TCP/IP, Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) and Secure Sockets Layer/Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS 1.2).
The company's Web site address is www.Microchip.com
[Reprinted with kind permission from Microchip - Release Date, 15th March, 2016]