Wio Terminal - ATSAMD51 - RTL8720DN WiFi Bluetooth - Seeedstudio
Wio Terminal: ATSAMD51 Core development board with Realtek RTL8720DN BLE 5.0 & Wi-Fi 2.4G / 5G. Arduino and MicroPython compatible, Wio Terminal is an ATSAMD51-based microcontroller with wireless connectivity compatible with Realtek RTL8720DN. Its CPU speed runs at 120MHz (Boost up to 200MHz). The Realtek RTL8720DN chip supports Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, providing the backbone for IoT projects. The Wio terminal itself is equipped with a 2.4 ”LCD screen, integrated IMU (LIS3DHTR), microphone, buzzer, microSD card slot, light sensor and infrared emitter (IR 940 nm).
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- Powerful MCU: Microchip ATSAMD51P19 with ARM Cortex-M4F core running at 120MHz
- Reliable Wireless Connectivity - Equipped with Realtek RTL8720DN, 2.4Ghz / 5Ghz dual-band Wi-Fi
- Highly integrated design: 2.4 ”LCD screen, IMU and more practical add-ons housed in a compact housing with integrated magnets and mounting holes
- 40-pin Raspberry Pi compatible GPIO
- Supports over 300 plug & play Grove modules for IoT exploration
- USB OTG support
- Compatible with Arduino, CircuitPython, Micropython, ArduPy (What is ArduPy?), AT Firmware, Visual Studio Code
- TELEC certificate
The Wio (wireless input and output) platform (Wio Link, Wio Nodes, etc.) was first introduced to the world in late 2015 by Seeed.
Today, a new member of Wio joins the family: Wio Terminal. Rather than being a single built-in functional module, Wio Terminal is more of a complete system equipped with display + development board + input / output interface + case, making it an efficient, product-ready product.
With Wio Terminal, you can:
Detect and label real-world data with over 300 Groves created by Seeed
Use 100% open source hardware in python form
Build your program interpreter from 90% with LCD display and compact housing
What is Grove?
Highly integrated design
MCU, LCD, WIFI, BT, IMU, microphone, buzzer, microSD card, configurable buttons, light sensor, 5-way switch, infrared emitter (IR 940nm), ready for cryptographic authentication
Well-designed housing with built-in magnets and two mounting holes, allowing you to set up your IoT project seamlessly
Powerful MCU - Microchip ATSAMD51P19
ARM Cortex-M4F core running at 120MHz (Boost up to 200MHz)
4 MB external flash, 192 KB RAM
Comprehensive protocol support
SPI, I2C, I2S, ADC, DAC, PWM, UART (serial)
Reliable wireless connectivity
Powered by Realtek RTL8720DN
2.4Ghz / 5Ghz dual-band Wi-Fi (802.11 a / b / g / n)
BLE / BLE 5.0
USB OTG support
Accessible devices (such as USB-Host): read data or signals from a mouse, keyboard, MIDI devices, Xbox / PS game controllers, 3D printers
Simulated devices (such as USB client): emulate a mouse, keyboard, or MIDI devices to the host PC
When using the USB Host / Client function, you can use the 40 pins on the back of the Wio terminal for the power supply. See here for detailed instructions.
Over 300 Grove modules to explore with IoT
Two integrated multi-functional Grove ports can be used for digital, analog, I2C and PWM
Note: To connect Grove with the Wio terminal, use an unbuttoned grove wire.
Compatible with Raspberry Pi 40-pin
Can be mounted on a Raspberry Pi as a slave device
The Raspberry Pi HAT can be used with an adapter cable
Visual Studio Code
What is ArduPy?
ArduPy is a combination of Arduino and MicroPython developed by Seeed. Check our Wiki and Github for more technical details.
Play a retro game in Wio Terminal
What other cool things can you play with Wio Terminal?
Artificial nose that can distinguish different types of rum or ScotchTV
Cost effective pulse oximeter
Weather forecast monitor
Run TinyGO on Wio Terminal
Water level detector
Machine learning in Wio Terminal
And more possibilities are on the way! Check out the Wio Terminal Community Projects Collection and we hope some of them will inspire you!