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SUBJECT [March 31, 2014] WIZnet Newsletter
[WIZnet e-Newsletter]  March 31, 2014
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2014 Design Challenge Special Promotion
We have received the maximum number of free sample requests. Anyone with a WIZ550io Ethernet module, or W5500 chip, may participate in the competition. Get them now at shopwiznet.comshop.wiznet.eu or shop.wiznet.co.kr
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WiFi Shield V2.1 For Arduino

The WIFI wireless module is based on WizFi210. It provides the bridging from TTL serial port communication to IEEE802.11b/g/n wireless communication. So any device with TTL serial ports can easily be connected with this WIFI module and controlled and managed remotely through a wireless network. Different kinds of communication protocols and encryption algorithms are integrated with the module. The Arduino architecture enables you to easily integrate this module into any Arduino based project.

[Arduino] Temperature Monitoring System
using Xively Server & WizFi250-EVB
In this tutorial we’re going to make temperature monitoring system using Xively server and WizFi250-EVB.
 

This picture is my demonstration board. Component of demonstration board are Arduino Uno, WizFi250-EVB and TMP36.

And TMP36 is connected to 5V, GND, A0 port in WizFi250-EVB.
For using xively cloud server, you have to create xively ID and add device. I want to check temperature data. So I added ChannelID to “TempC”. And then you have to memory your FeedID, API Key, and Channel ID because packet which WizFi250&Arduino send needs this information. You can download WizFi250 Arduino Library in GitHub. If you did download complete, you can see Xively Client Example.
Arduino Ethernet Web Server based LED control and sensor logging
This video demonstrates how to set up a web server using the Arduino UNO board and an Arudino Ethernet shield. The UNO board is connected to a LED and a TI TMP 102 temperature sensor. A browser is used to control the on and off states of the LED and log temperature sensor data in real time. This video is part of the Internet of Things series.
For more details visit matlabarduino.org
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