Telit’s WE310F5 Combination Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy Module

Written by Mike Benson

July 14, 2020

Telit has added the new WE310F5 to its portfolio of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules.

The WE310F5 is a fully integrated, single-band Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n) and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE5) combination IoT module. It provides a cost-effective, high-speed wireless connection to the device’s embedded microcontroller over UART, SPI or SDIO interfaces. Among its features, WE310F5 offers comprehensive software resources with low power consumption, enabling a faster time to market for industrial IoT and smart home applications.

 

WE310F5 Features: 

  • Advanced security (including WPA3)  
  • Industrial-grade temperature range (-40 °C to +85 °C)  
  • Variants with (WE310F5-I) and without (WE310F5-P) integrated antenna 

Module Applications Include:

Industrial/Commercial IoT 

    • Industrial automation  
    • Building automation 
    • Condition-based monitoring 
    • Energy management 
    • Data logger

Smart Home

    • Thermostat
    • Air purifier
    • Heating/Air conditioner  
    • Security/monitoring camera 
    • Pet food dispenser 

W310F5 Datasheet

Interested? Email us at sales@glyn.com.au

Information extracted from telit.com (link)

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