Small Ultra Low Power Complete Wi-Fi Module
No external processor or driver is required, significantly reducing customers integration and development effort. The output power is configurable from 10dBm to 0dBm. Multiple antenna options provide the flexibility for on-board PCB trace, chip, wire, or external U.FL connector.
The RN-171 is a standalone, wireless networking device that supports UDP, TCP, DNS, DHCP, ARP, ICMP, and HTML client. The module is an industrial (-45°C to +85°C) grade temperature range part. The hardware interfaces include 10 bidirectional IO and 8 analog inputs, UART with data rates up to 921Kbps TX, 500Kbps RX, and SPI slave with up to 2.5 Mbps data rate. The onboard hardware crypto engine supports WiFi authentication for WEP-128, WPA-PSK (TKIP) and WPA2-PSK (AES).
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Texim Europe GmbH
Texim Europe has rapidly become the reliable Technology and Supply Chain Solution Provider of choice for customers developing & producing Electronic Applications. The Technology Solutions division aims to provide maximum value for customers by offering optimal solutions for electronic applications from a carefully selected range of competitive, high technology suppliers.
Texim Europe’s team of experienced engineers specialises in the following Technology areas: Embedded Systems & Displays, Wireless Communication, Power Supply & Batteries, Passive & Timing Components, LED Illumination, and Connectivity & Switches. The Supply Chain Solutions division creates tailor made customer solutions, the aim being optimum management of the Cost-of-Ownership in the customers Value Chain.
Texim Europe has its Head office and State-of-the-Art Logistics Centre located in Haaksbergen, the Netherlands, and sales offices in Belgium, Germany, Denmark, UK and Austria. The company is part of TKH Group NV, a 1 Billion euro Dutch public company, with a strong position in the Telecom, Building and Industrial Solutions market segments.
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