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  • posted byringsofdeath on 11/26/2013

    Cheap, small, excellent range (30m@1Mbps,LOS), works well with Arduino mirf library (http://playground.arduino.cc/InterfacingWithHardware/Nrf24L01), data pins are 5V tolerant. Can't run from 5V supply - requires 3V power supply, pinout can't be used in a normal breadboard so you'll need a cable or such. A designed in mounting point would have been nice.... Read more

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  • posted bymslbrll on 07/30/2013

    Exelent build, and soldering, works exelent whit arduino nano, leonardo and costum boards, easly to mount due the connector, great range and stability whit a nice price. Works whit 3.3v or less, already got it working whit 2.7v Maybe the connector be a little unconfortable to work fot non-custom boards, but whit a connector u can easly make it work.... Read more

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  • posted bymatvs1 on 01/10/2013

    The product is easy to use and has good documentation (datasheet) which is available on the WEB. The datasheet is available on the official Nordic Semiconductor website. Three are a lot of software examples there as well as other useful documents. It has connector and you do not need to sold it on the board. Can not be supplied with 5V. Some other Wireless ... Read more

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  • posted byecqu000 on 09/14/2012

    Same design as suggested in chips datasheet, therefor working very well. Indoors range is around 10m as previous reviewer said, and outdoors range is over 50m, (that's how far i tested it only..) Board is really small 32x13mm. There are ready made libraries for Arduino (i tested with RF24 lib, but there is also one called Mirf) Connector doesn't fit ... Read more

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  • posted bybazoocaze on 06/30/2012

    -Easy to interface with Arduino / allready have a library to use with Arduino. -Good range: about 10 meters inside walls. -Lot's of code examples. -Connection interface: SPI -Connectors: you can't connect the board to a breadboard or to Arduino without modifing the connector, or using some kind of adapter. -You cannot (easly) change the board to connect ... Read more

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