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Econais delivers integrated Wi-Fi module

04 Apr 2014  | Jean-Pierre Joosting

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Econais Inc. unveils the EC19W01, which the company claimed to be the smallest, smartest and most integrated 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi System In Package (SiP) module available. The module offers low power drain and features fully integrated MCU, Wi-Fi, cloud connectivity, flash and antenna that is fully certified to FCC, EC, IC and TELEC.

The EC19W01 incorporates the latest Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n standards and features to give designers a full array of options for embedding the module in their designs to get their devices on the internet and in the cloud as smartly as possible. Features include AirPlay, Wi-Fi Direct, ProbMe configuration, full TCP/IP stack, HTTPS/SSL, DHCP Client/Server, WPS, legacy Wi-Fi Client and SoftAP modes with WPA/WPA2 support, Serial to Wi-Fi, Cloud Service Support and more. The module is compact at 14mm x 16mm x 2.8 mm in size.

Dimitris Leonardos, VP of Product Management of Econais, said: "With Econais' extensive libraries of software to shorten the design cycle and customise connections, our plug and play modules enable device developers to quickly, inexpensively and globally get their products connected to the internet."

Engineering samples and production quantities of the EC19W01 are available now. The EC19W01 Development Kit (EC19W01EVB) is also available.

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