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Build Your Own WiFi-Robot with WiLoader !

Editor's Rating
4.9/5?

WiLoader easily connects to your WiFi network and allows you to program your AVR, Arduino boards, and Robots. It doesn’t need any cable for computer connection, especially those huge old USB ones. Because it employs WiFi, even your smartphone can be used to configure, communicate, control and monitor your targets via a WiFi-UART bridge. WiLoader is easy to set up, use and control. Since Arduino is an open source software and also has a lot of cool features and rich libraries, they created a software patch for Arduino IDE to support and handle all WiLoader capabilities. WiLoader can be chosen as any other programmers inside the Tools menu. It is compatible with all operating systems, and it performs flawlessly. WiLoader has a WiFi-UART bridge called WiCOM. You can send and receive serial data over WiFi by connecting WiLoader dedicated serial pins to AVR UART pins(RX, TX). Just like other COM ports that Arduino serial monitor uses for communicating and debugging MCUs.

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Overview & Specs
Editor's Rating:
4.9
Categories:
Supply Voltage :
3.3 - 5.5 V
I/O Voltage :
1.8 - 5.5 V
Programming Protocol :
AVR ISP (using SPI)
Dimensions :
51 x 24.5 x 32.5 mm
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