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M5StackM5Stack RF UNIT 433MHz Receiver (SYN513R)
Sale price £4.20 incl. VAT excl. VAT
M5StackM5Stack RF UNIT 433MHz Transmitter (SYN115)
Sale price £4.20 incl. VAT excl. VAT
DFRobotSelf-powered Wireless Switch (433Mhz)
Sale price £8.50 incl. VAT excl. VAT
M5StackJoyC Omni-directional Controller (Without M5StickC)
Sale price £19.40 incl. VAT excl. VAT
DFRobotAPC220 Radio Communication Module
Sale price £38.40 incl. VAT excl. VAT
SparkfunSparkFun WiFi IR Blaster (ESP8266)
Sale price £22 incl. VAT excl. VAT
DFRobotESP8266 WiFi Bee (Arduino Compatible)
Sale price £5.70 incl. VAT excl. VAT
DFRobotBluno Bee
Sale price £9.50 incl. VAT excl. VAT
The Pi HutUSB XBee Adapter
Sale price £34.30 incl. VAT excl. VAT
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SparkfunSparkFun MicroMod WiFi Function Board - ESP32
Sale price £13.52 Regular price £15.90 incl. VAT excl. VAT
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SparkfunSparkFun MicroMod WiFi Function Board - DA16200
Sale price £27.54 Regular price £32.40 incl. VAT excl. VAT
DFRobotGravity: WiFi IoT Module
Sale price £13.30 incl. VAT excl. VAT
DFRobotGravity: 315MHZ RF Receiver Module
Sale price £6.60 incl. VAT excl. VAT
SparkfunSparkFun XBee Explorer Dongle
Sale price £26.90 incl. VAT excl. VAT
SparkfunSparkFun XBee Explorer USB
Sale price £26.50 incl. VAT excl. VAT
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AdafruitAdafruit AirLift Bitsy Add-On – ESP32 WiFi Co-Processor
Sale price £12.50 Regular price £14.70 incl. VAT excl. VAT
SeeedGrove - Bee Socket
Sale price £9 incl. VAT excl. VAT
AdafruitAdafruit ATWINC1500 WiFi Breakout
Sale price £23.70 incl. VAT excl. VAT
DFRobotXbee USB Adapter (FTDI Ready)
Sale price £18.20 incl. VAT excl. VAT

Wireless technologies allow different parts of your project to talk to each other without the constraint of wired connections. They also allow connectivity for IoT projects where communication with the internet is required.

For some projects, a number of wireless technologies can achieve the same result – however, each has its pros and cons which should be considered by the maker when planning a project.

For example, WiFi – the obvious choice for internet connectivity – has a high data rate which is ideal for IoT, however, comes at the cost of high power consumption. XBee in comparison has a significantly lower data rate but uses a fraction of the power that WiFi uses.

You then have newer technologies such as LoRa which uses even lower power than XBee, with much greater ranges possible, but is half-duplex only – meaning it can only send OR receive data at any one time (not both like XBee).

There’s also Bluetooth which is really easy to set up and use as a wireless link between your project and a smartphone.

Whatever wireless technology is right for your project, The Pi Hut stock everything you need to turn your project into a reality.