Low Power Wi-Fi RTX41xx
Enabling Low Power Applications
The RTX41xx Wi-Fi Module is a small form factor module for rapid application development of low power sensor, automation and smart metering solutions - a true enabler of the 'Internet of Things'.
Ideal for low power sensor, automation and smart metering solutions
The RTX41xx Wi-Fi Module is ideal to develop low power solutions because of its full security package, high efficiency and low power, which is achieved through the use of the Energy Micro Gecko and Atheros AR4100 Wi-Fi SiP.
The RTX41xx Wi-Fi Module can even be used to design applications for various wireless standards, including 802.11b/g/n and proprietary communication protocols. All features are enhanced by a built-in or external antenna and an edge connector for connecting to an application board.
The I/O's include:
- Power supply pins
- ADC ports, DAC ports
- GPIO ports
- UART, SPI, I2C
RTX41xx module family
The module family includes:
- RTX4100 module
- RTX4140 module
The RTX4100 offers 24 kBytes flash memory and 3 kBytes RAM for custom applications. The pin compatible RTX4140 features 512 kBytes flash and 64 kBytes RAM.
The video features Dan Hermansen, RTX Sales Manager
RTX4100 in The Peggy Smedley Radioshow
In the live broadcast (Episode #194) from Connected World Conference in Illinois in June 2012 you can hear RTX CTO Peter Mariager explain about the module.