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Arduino WiFi Shield 101

$107.15 AUD Inc. GST



Arduino WiFi Shield 101 is the new IoT enabler shield based on the ATWINC1500 module, developed with ATMEL, that connects your Arduino to the internet wirelessly!

Connecting it to a WiFi network is simple, no further configuration in addition to the SSID and the password are required. The WiFi Shield 101 comes with an easy-to-use library that allow to connect you Arduino board to internet with few instructions. The WiFi Shield 101 also features a complete asymmetric (public/private) hardware key cryptographic signature solution that is an ultra secure method to provide key agreement for encryption/decryption, specifically designed for the IoT market.

As always with Arduino, every element of the platform – hardware, software and documentation – are freely available and open-source. This means you can learn exactly how it's made and use its design as the starting point for your own projects.

Requires an Arduino board -- Board not included

Note: The Wifi Shield 101 is fully compatible and designed for use with Arduino Zero board. The shield has a basic compatibility with Arduino Uno but is under heavy development, using it now could have some minor issues. We're pretty sure it won't work with the Arduino Leonardo or other 32u4 based boards because the code size is a bit high. Find here more information about the Arduino WiFi Shield 101.

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    WiFi101 with RPi

    This board needs the latest Arduino IDE 1.6.9 to compile the WiFi101 software. This is now available for the RPi on the Arduino GitHub website. Once sorted, the board works well. Arduino needs to make this clear on the WiFi101 website.


    Revised review of WiFi101

    After contacting Arduino with the fact the WiFi101 software wouldn't compile, they suggested using the latest version Arduino IDE 1.6.9 as there have been many changes in the latest version which will only work with WiFi101. Downloaded this latest version and compiled ConnectwithWPA. It now connects to the WiFi. Good news but there should have been more information on this. All the other shields I use such as Grove, Motor Board V2, etc will run with Arduino IDE 1.0.1 on an RPi.


    Faulty WiFi101 Software

    The Arduino library WiFi101 downloaded from the Arduino website for this board won't compile using the Arduino IDE. There are many compiler errors using their example code. Arduino have lost it on this one despite their reputation. An expensive mistake.