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Imagine takig control of your NXT robot from every kind of Web Enabled device: PC, MAC, laptop, netbook, Android-powered smartphone or tablet, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch.  You can read data from the NXT’s sensors, or command it while you’re away through a great-looking dynamic webpage.  Control your NXT robot from everywhere in the world.

Purchase your own NXT2WiF Sensor

NXT2WIFI Sensor provides your NXT robot with a powerful Internet engine using a browser-based interface, over a LAN, Internet or GPRS network. And all this with a small footprint, at low power and low cost.

Real time data can be both displayed and/or updated from a standard web browser, on computers, netbooks, Android- powered smartphones and tablets, Apple iOS devices, because the module supports dynamic web pages.

You can use the NXT2WIFI Sensor to control everything on your robot from your iOS device (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch), or Android device!

You can make swarm of mobile robots sharing data in a wireless network, or you can give your robot social abilities, by enabling it to post on Twitter, or sharing data on ThingSpeak.



Processor: PIC24FJ256,256K Flash,16K Ram,16Mips@32Mhz

Memory: 1MB Flash onboard

Transceiver: 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi certified MRF24WB0MB

Power Supply: 3,7V 1000mAh LiPo onboard battery

Integrated RTC: 32,768 Khz quartz onboard

Communication: 2 UART (RS485 to NXT and PC)

Dimensions: 56 x 72 x 18 mm, 50 grams

Attachments: 8 LEGO-compatible mounting holes

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NXT2WIFI is a complete Webserver system for your LEGO® MINDSTORMS® NXT Robots, based on the Flyport Wi-Fi Module, and was created by Daniele Benedettelli.

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