WiFi RN-XV Module for Arduino without Antenna RP-SMA

Wifi module for Arduino without Antena ! RP-SMA

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48,00 € incl. tax

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Wifi module for Arduino - RN171 by Roving Networks


Warning : this is the module without the Antena. However the module does come with an RP-SMA connector. Please purchase the right antena separately here or here (2 dB gain)


Easly add WiFi connectivity to your Arduino projects !


This small form factor, tiny board will plug into the stackable connectors of the Arduino Wireless Shield (SD Version or not).

The embedded module includes a fairly complete TCP/IP stack that will save you quite a bit of coding ....

It's ultra low-powered (5uA in sleeping mode,up to 180mA in TX) and it's certified by the WiFi Alliance so that you do not worry too much about interoperability with WiFi APs you connect to.


Specifications :

Networking Standards

IEEE 802.11 b/g

Data rates

802.11 b: 1,2, 5.5,11 Mbps : 802.11 g: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 54 Mbps

Frequency Band

2.412 - 2.484 GHz


802.11 b: DSSS(CCK-11, CCK-5.5, DQPSK-2, DBPSK-1): 802.11g : OFDM

Wi-Fi security



DHCP, DNS, ARP, ICMP, FTP client, HTTP client, TCP, UDP

Supply voltage

3.3V to 16V DC (depending on mode)

Output power

0dBm to +12dBm

Power consumption

4uA sleep, 35mA active RX, 180mA TX (at +12dBm)

Data rate

464Kbps over UART, up to 1Mbps over SPI slave

Operating temperature range

-40C to +85C


Up to 150 meters (at +12dBm)


UART, SPI Slave, Wi-Fi


PCB trace, wire, chip, U.FL connector


2" x1.10" x 0.45" (51 x 28 x 11.6 mm)


 0.35 oz


FCC, IC, CE, Wi-Fi Alliance


This tiny board is already soldered. An basic antenna is included in the package. We also sell anRP- SMA antenna easy to adapt to this board, more robust and compact than the one delivered in standard..


A quick start guide on how to use this module together with the Arduino and Arduino Wireless Shield is available in the download section


Like all our products, this kit is RoHS.

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