Wireless Module from North Pole Engineering

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North Pole Engineering
March 25, 2012

The Wasp from North Pole Engineering, Minneapolis, MN, is a standalone Wi-Fi module that provides a bridge for ANT+ sensor devices to communicate through Wi-Fi networks to other devices or over the Internet. The module combines one of the company's WiFi-IT! modules, an 8-channel ANT+ transceiver, power management circuitry, and a rechargeable Li-ion battery. It receives data from connected ANT+ sensor devices and translates them into Wi-Fi packets. The Wasp module can also be used as a bridge between multiple ANT+ nodes in distributed ANT+ network topologies, with a typical range of ~2 m.


CompanyNorth Pole Engineering
CountryUnited States (USA)




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