XY-WA 2.4G Wireless Transceiver Module Anti-interference 3.3V Low Power Ultra 24L01 Type A

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SKU: 815904
  1. Voltage: 1.9-3.6V (recommended 3.3V) .
  2. Maximum output power: 100mW
  3. Operating Range: 250m
  4. It uses 2.4GHz global open ISM band, with license-free.
  5. SPI interface facilitates the communication with MCU I/O port.

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Category: IR and RF Transmitter and Receivers

Wireless module to transmit data over long distances (up to 250m max) on the 2.4GHz frequency and with a maximum transmission speed of up to 1Mbps. The FIFO operation mode ensures a smooth flow of data between the module and the MCU system. The antenna integrated with the PCB allows a power transmission up to 100mW. Communication is via 4-wire SPI for a speed up to 10Mbps, compatible with various microprocessors MCU / ARM / PIC / AVR / STM32 and development kits like Arduino. It is widely used in industrial, in security installations, for telemetry, aeromodelling, and in many other applications. The PCB B version has 8 pads with 2.54mm pitches for fast prototyping on breadboards.


Features:

  1. It uses 2.4GHz global open ISM band, with license-free.
  2. Transmit power up to 100mW.
  3. Maximum transmission speed up to 1 Mbps.
  4. Maximum transmission range up to 250m.
  5. SPI interface facilitates the communication with MCU I/O port.

Package Includes:

1 x XY-WA 2.4G Wireless Transceiver Module Anti-interference 3.3V Low Power Ultra 24L01 Type A

Model

XY-WA Type A

Interface Type

SPI

Supply Voltage

1.9 ~ 3.6 VDC

Data Rate

1Mbit/s, 250Kbit/s, 125Kbit/s, 62.5Kbit/s

Antenna Type

Built-in silicon antenna

Operating Frequency

2.400 ~ 2.525GHz

Length (mm)

12

Width (mm)

9

Height (mm)

2

Weight (gm)

3

Shipment Weight

0.005 kg

Shipment Dimensions

5 × 5 × 1 cm

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