Taipei, Taiwan – May 2018 — Artila Electronics, which specializes in the development and manufacture of Linux-ready ARM embedded industrial computers, launches the brand new FreeRTOS based serial to wireless LAN module. SW-200M supports 2.4GHz, IEEE 802.11b/g/n WiFi and UART interface which is designed to connect serial device to Intranet/Internet. This module provides serial to embedded wireless solution with 40x45mm compact PCB size, and ultralow power consumption features.
SW-200M Serial-to-Wifi module supports serial, UART, SPI, I2C, PWM and GPIOs interfaces, it integrates 32-bit ARM Cortex M3 processor with 2MB Flash memory, 2.5MB Data memory, SSL hardware accelerator, 802.11b/b/g compatible WLAN MAC/Baseband/RF into a compact module.
Featuring secured and self-supporting WiFi system, SW-200M is easy by using WPS (WiFi Protected Setup), web browser, smartphone APP and window manager utility.
The SW-200M comes with TCP/IP protocol suite running on-chip therefore it can serve as a network coprocessor to offload TCP/IP and WLAN protocol processing loading from the system MCU in an embedded system. It is perfect for TCP/IP socket level applications such as TCP server & client control for remote appliance sensors, or wireless cable, web server and other remote I/O applications.
It received certification from the regulatory agency in U.S., Canada, Europe, China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and Australia/New Zealand
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Artila Electronics is an emerging force in the industrial computer field, dedicated to minimizing mass while maximizing utility. Unlike other industrial computer providers in the market who mainly use x86 plus Windows solutions, Artila focuses on ARM-core RISC CPUs with embedded Linux solutions, matched with Artila’s 10 plus years of experience in RS-232 / 422 / 485 industrial communication and TCP/IP networking. Artila’s product range consists of Intelligent IoT Gateway, IoT Device Platform, ARM / Linux box computers, ARM / Linux SOMs (system-on-modules), Programmable Automation Controller, and Serial-to-Ethernet embedded modules.