WiFi Micro CC3200 Development Board

WiFi Micro CC3200 Development Board

Use this powerful WiFi board to produce prototypes for IoT, WiFi accessories, and networking protocols.




The CC3200 WiFi series development board by RedBearLab is based on the CC3200 module that is provided by Texas Instruments (TI). The target MCU is TI CC3200, the industry’s first single-chip ARM Cortext-M4 core microcontroller unit (MCU) with built-in WiFi connectivity. With on-chip WiFi, internet, and robust security protocols, no prior WiFi experience is required for faster development. You can quickly produce prototypes and demos for Internet of Things (IoT) and other exciting projects, such as WiFi Camera, WiFi Audio, TFTP Client, TCP/IP or UDP Server/Client, Http Server, XMPP Client, mDNS. Want a smaller version of this board? Check out the WiFi Mini CC3200 Development Board!

Key Features

  • Dual core MCU: An ARM Cortex-M4 core at 80 MHz for applications and a dedicated ARM core for WiFi network processing
  • Low power consumption - less than 7 uA current in hibernate mode
  • Industry’s first fully certified WiFi module including FCC, IC, CE, ETSI, TELEC and Wi-Fi Alliance
  • User can program the board with Arduino-like syntax using Energia, an open-sourced version of the Arduino IDE for Texas Instruments MCU
  • IoT Cloud platform integration ready including 2lemetry, Arrayent, Exosite, IBM, Temboo & Xively
  • Measures 73 x 54 x 15mm

Note: This product requires soldering

Possible Applications

Energia Examples

  • ConnectNoEncryption : Demonstrates how to connect to an open network
  • ConnectWithWEP : Demonstrates how to connect to a network that is encrypted with WEP
  • ConnectWithWPA : Demonstrates how to connect to a network that is encrypted with WPA2 Personal
  • ScanNetworks : Displays all WiFi networks in range
  • WiFiChatServer : Set up a simple chat server
  • WiFiXivelyClient : connect to xively.com, a free datalogging site
  • WiFiXivelyClientString: send strings to xively.com
  • WiFiWebClient : Connect to a remote webserver
  • WiFiWebClientRepeating : Make repeated HTTP calls to a webserver
  • WiFiWebServer : Serve a webpage from the WiFi shield
  • WiFiSendReceiveUDPString : Send and receive a UDP string
  • UdpNTPClient : Query a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server using UDP