Embedded Wi-Fi

Thursday, 02 April, 2009


Connect One’s Mini Socket iWi-Fi is an embedded serial-to-Wi-Fi module that connects embedded devices running machine-to-machine (M2M) applications to 802.11b/g wireless LANs.

The device’s compact size, battery save modes and roaming features make it suitable for mobile M2M devices.

Based on the iChipSec CO2128 IP communication controller chip, the device includes several internet protocols and applications, enabling connectivity for embedded solutions. With security features including wireless and SSL encryption algorithms, the device serves as a firewall, protecting the embedded application from internet-based threats.

To facilitate mobility, the device supports seamless roaming between access points. With several sleep modes and the ability for the host application to turn off WLAN, power requirements are kept to a minimum. In deep sleep mode, the device’s power consumption is 30 micro-amperes, allowing battery-operated devices to use the module for extremely long periods of time.

The module operates at an industrial temperature range of -40 to 85°C (-40 to 185°F) and is RoHS-compliant.

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