NOTE: THE P4S-348 HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED BY THE MANUFACTURER AND IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE. WE RECOMMEND THE P4S-347 WIFI ARDUINO SHIELD AS A SUBSTITUTE.
The PHPoC Shield 2 (P4S-348 R2) is an advanced ethernet and wifi shield for Arduino which connects Arduino Uno and Mega microcontrollers to the Internet. With its powerful libraries and built-in web application, the PHPoC Shield brings the great features of PHPoC to Arduino providing the bridge between the Arduino controller and the internet allowing you to create Arduino-powered IoT devices easily and quickly.
PHPoC Shield 2 communicates with Arduino through an SPI interface and connects to the Internet through WiFi. It supports various network and security protocols, adding plenty of capabilities to Arduino Uno and Mega. PHPoC Shield 2 is equipped with an embedded Web server, WebSocket server and a PHPoC interpreter, enabling users to create dynamic embedded web apps to real-time control and monitor sensors/devices.
Some web apps are built and preloaded into PHPoC Shield to help the users interact with Arduino easily via Web. Just by using the Web browser on your smartphone, tablet or PC, you can real-time control/monitor Arduino-connected things or change your network setting.
A variety of expansion boards that dock onto the PHPoC Shield are designed to add more advanced capabilities such as relays, DC motor controllers, stepper motor controllers and RS232/RS485 communications.
The P4S-348 R2 PHPoC Shield 2, along with the Smart Expansion Boards for PHPoC shields, make a great combination, which provides users many powerful functions to easily interact with other devices, sensors and actuators. If you need a similar product but only for wireless LAN connectivity, see the P4S-347 R2 PHPoC WiFi Shield 2 for Arduino.
- Built-in Web Applications
- PHPoC interpreter
- Embedded Web server and WebSocket server
- Various networking protocols
- Securities Protocols: SSL/TLS
- IPv4 / IPv6 dual stack
- IEEE 802.11b/g Wireless LAN
- SPC Interface: Connect with Smart Expansion Board
- WiFi Security: WPA-PSK / WPA2-PSK, WPA-Enterprise(TLS/TTLS/PEAP)
- WLAN topology: Ad-hoc, Infrastructure, Soft AP
- Ethernet: 10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet (RJ45)
- RTC (Real-Time Clock)
- Micro-SD card Socket
- Diverse libraries and examples for Arduino
- RoHS Compliant
Processor Core: Cortex-M4 168MHz
Flash: System-512K Bytes, User-512K Bytes
SRAM: 192K Bytes
Arduino Examples - ChatServer - ChatServerIPv6 - DateTime - EmailClient - GmailClient - TelnetServer - WebClient - WebClientIPv6 - WebRemotePad - WebRemotePush - WebRemoteSlide - WebSerialPlotter - WebSSLClient - WebSSLClientIPv6
Arduino Library Classes: PhpocClient, PhpocServer, PhpocEmail, PhpocDateTime
Web Applications: WebRemotePad, WebSerialPlotter
Network Protocols: IPv4/IPv6 Dual Stack, TCP/UDP, ICMP, DHCP, HTTP, Telnet, SSH, SMTP, ESMTP, DNS Security SSL/TLS
Network Configuration: Via Web
SPC Interface: To connect with Smart Expansion Boards such as Relay Board, Digital Input Board, DC Motor Controller, Step Motor Controller, RS-232 Board, RS-422/RS-485 Board
Interface: IEEE802.11b/g Wireless LAN (require Ralink RT3070/5370 chipset Wireless LAN Adapter)
Mode: Ad-hoc, Infrastructure, Soft-AP
WiFi Security: WPA-PSK / WPA2-PSK, WPA-Enterprise (TLS / TTLS / PEAP)
Ethernet: 10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet (RJ45)
Interface with Arduino: SPI - ICSP, SS: 10(Arduino Uno), 53(Arduino Mega)
RTC (Real-Time) Clock
Battery: Rechargeable battery (5.8mAh)
Peripherals: Realtime Clock, 4KB Backup SRAM
Interface with Arduino: SPI - ICSP, SS: 4
Card Type: Push-Pull Type
System LED: On(Red), Status(Green), WiFi(Green), Ethernet(Green)
USB Host: Wireless LAN interface with a USB dongle
USB Device: PC interface for programming
Input: DC 5V (±10%) from Arduino Board
Current Consumption: About 180mA (Wireless LAN, it can vary according to USB dongle)
RESET: Resetting PHPoC Shield
SETUP: Configuration and Factory Reset
Storage /Operating: -20C ~ 60C
Environment: RoHS Compliant
Need an Arduino Microcontroller with your PHPoC Arduino Shield?
Documentation & Resources:
PHPoC Shield V2 for Arduino Introduction
Project: Event triggered door alarm that sends an email notification when the door is opened