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CuHead Pro WiFi and Ethernet Shield with AirPlay DLNA Audio for Arduino

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About this product

Overview

  • Provides both wireless and a wired network connection to your Arduino
  • Supports audio streaming pushed from your mobile devices
  • Audio output 3.5mm stereo socket, great for headphones or Hi-Fi

Product overview

• Provides both wireless and a wired network connection to your Arduino
• Supports audio streaming pushed from your mobile devices
• Audio output 3.5mm stereo socket, great for headphones or Hi-Fi
• Large range of connectivity bundled into one shield
• Works with most shield compatible Arduino development boards

What is the CuHead Pro Shield?
The CuHead Pro Shield is a wired 10/100 Ethernet and wireless b/g/n networking card for your Arduino project, with the added bonus of receiving audio from your networked mobile phone, tablet, or home computer.

Perfect for if you’re looking to stream music around the house, or even into small earphones, you can also connect directly to this using a smart device or computer.

As a shield, this enables you to attach it to most Arduino related development boards that have the same pin layout. Connect to development boards without the need of jump leads or soldering, maximising the amount of space you have to work with while maintaining a tidy finish.

This shield is a middle layer shield, as it uses stacking pins so you can add further breakout. Some shields may fit without header extensions just be cautious of the Wi-Fi Module.

How can I get the most out of my project?
The USB host is intended to be used for an attached webcam, functionality with other devices may be effected.

It supports audio functionality over DLNA and AirPlay, easily configurable over most smart devices.

The earphone socket is great for use with not just earphones and headphones, but also speakers that have an AUX in socket.

If you need to improve the range, or your project is potentially shielded from emitting a strong signal, you can attach an external aerial through an external u.FL connection.

The networking element is very easy to control and configure via the OpenWRT Linux interface.

Specification

Wireless Certification FCC/CE
Standard 802.11 b/g/n
Frequency 2.412GHz-2.484GHz
Transmit 802.11b: +20dBm(Max.)
802.11g: +18dBm(Max.)
802.11n: +15dBm(Max.)
Receive sensitivity 802.11b: -89dBm
802.11g: -81dBm
802.11n: -71dBm
Antenna options External:I-PEX
Internal:on board antenna
Hardware Work voltage 5.0V (+/-5%)
Work current 170mA~300mA
Work temperature -25? - 85?
Storage temperature -40? - 135?
Demension 100cm x 52cm x 24cm
Software WiFi working mode AP Client (by default)/AP/STA
Security WEP/WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK/WAPI
Encryption WEP64/WEP128/TKIP/AES
User Configuration Web server
Software Update Web server
Audio streaming protocol AirPlay
DLNA

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