NRF24L01+ 2.4GHz Wireless Transceiver Module - Green

NRF24L01+ 2.4GHz Wireless Transceiver Module - Green

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- Color: Green - Material: FR-1 - Max.Working frequency: 2MBPA - Maximum operating speeds up to 2Mbps, GFSK modulation efficiency, anti-interference ability, particularly suitable for industrial control applications. - 125 Channels, multi-point communication and frequency hopping to meet the communication needs. - Built-in hardware CRC error detection, multi-point communication address control. - Low-power 1.9 ~ 3.6V, only 1uA on power down mode. - Built-in 2.4Ghz antenna - Available software to set the address, only received local address when output data(Provide interrupt instruction), can be directly connected to a variety of micro-controllers, software programming is very convenient. - Built-in voltage regulator - Standard DIP Pitch Interface for embedded applications User Manual: http://m5.img.dxcdn.com/CDDriver/CD/sku.NRF24L01_126467.pdf Dimensions: 1.34 in x 0.55 in x 0.43 in (3.4 cm x 1.4 cm x 1.1 cm) Weight: 0.07 oz (2 g)
Jan 2016by 9709641
Nice to have. For this price, you need to have one just in case. Simple interfacing, small size, fun to try out on DIY projects.translate
Jun 2015by 8862818
Real simple transceiver!. Pros: It's easy to use, a LOT of documentation on the web Cons: datasheet provided by vendor is from the non + model, that doesn't handle 250kbps. The module being sold is actually, as the title says, a + model, as we can...translate
Jan 2015by albarighet
Perfect to create wireless nets. Pros: tiny, well built, great range, trasmits and receives through several walls without problems, available libraries and tutorials (search for the great libraries RF24 and RF24Network) Cons: pin disposition is weird, fit...translate
Nov 2013by ringsofdeath
Awesome. Cheap, small, excellent range (30m@1Mbps,LOS), works well with Arduino mirf library (http://playground.arduino.cc/InterfacingWithHardware/Nrf24L01), data pins are 5V tolerant. Can't run from 5V supply - requires 3V power a...translate
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