ptorelli

Member Since: December 5, 2010

Country: United States

  • True. One thing to consider: the Pi uses WAY more power than an arduino and a shield. So if you’re shooting for battery powered wifi, Pi isn’t a very good choice (same goes for Edison).

  • Is this more reliable than the CC3000 shield? With the CC3000 I have to run a timeout loop and do a hard reboot with an NFET about every 6-8 hours of continuous operation as it drops the connection and goes belly-up. I’d like a wireless module that can stay connect to the access point for more than a few hours without having to be power cycled… like maybe a month or two?

No public wish lists :(