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July 18, 2013 AT 11:30 am

#Coming soon Adafruit @TXInstruments CC3000 breakout, shield for Arduino and Arduino-compatible code name: “Wifi-duino”… Internet of things boards!

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Coming soon Adafruit TI CC3000 breakout, shield for Arduino and Arduino-compatible code name: “Wifi-duino”… Internet of things boards!

The TI CC3000 module is a self-contained wireless network processor that simplifies the implementation of Internet connectivity. TI’s SimpleLink Wi-Fi solution minimizes the software requirements of the host microcontroller (MCU) and is thus the ideal solution for embedded applications using any low-cost and low-power MCU.

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4 Comments

  1. Josh Goldshlag

    Nice, I have been waiting for this, hopefully the price is a lot more reasonable than the other wifi solutions…

  2. Will the code work with an existing TI CC3000EM board? Maybe also in Energia? Never had any luck getting the MSP430FRAM native version working.

  3. Are those OSH Park PCBs?

  4. Hope to see it in action soon :) and hopefully getting one

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