nRF24L01+ compatible module - wireless communication for Arduino

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3 g

Wireless 2.4GHz transmitter for Arduino or Raspberry Pi.

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PLN 7,00
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EUR 1,62
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Includes on board support components and a 2.4GHz antenna for easy implementation into designs without additional hardware.

We carry also NRF24L01+ with signal amplifiers PL+LNA which provides much better range than base model.

Ready to use development platform for NRF24L01 - tinyBrd

We have created for our own use simple development platform, ready to use with NRF24L01. It is based on ATtiny84, we have provided software for most important tasks (radio communication, power down mode 9-10 µA, battery level monitoring). You program it with Arduino IDE.

NRF technical specification

Communication range up to 329 feet (100 meters) in ideal conditions. A host microcontroller can communicate and configure the nRF24L01+ over a 4-pin Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI). The configuration registers are accessible through the SPI connection.

Configurable parameters include frequency channel (125 selectable channels), output power, and data rate (data rates: 250kbps, 1Mbps, and 2Mbps).

The on chip voltage regulator accepts supply voltages from 1.9 to 3.6V. When using the nRF24L01+ with an MCU be sure to use the 3.3V output pin from the MCU to power the nRF24L01+ module.

The NRF24L01 module has 5V tolerant inputs which allows for direct connection of SPI pins to the MCU.

Ultra low power consumption as low as 11.3mA transmitting, 13.5 receiving at 2Mbps, 900nA in power down, and 26uA in standby.

Internal filtering results in high margins of meeting RF regulatory standards. The module’s radio uses Gaussian Frequency-Shift Keying (GFSK) modulation as well as fast Automatic Gain Control (AGC).

The Wireless Transceiver Module includes an Interrupt Request (IRQ) pin which can be used to wake the host microcontroller, (ex: Arduino), from sleep when the module receives a transmission providing great power conservation in battery devices.


  • Voltage- 3,3V
  • Power consumption(receive) - 13mA
  • Power consumption (transmit) - 11mA
  • Frequency - 2,4GHz
  • Speed - 250kbps, 1Mbps i 2Mbps
  • Internal antenna

Sample connection:

Sample connection

Available Arduino libraries that works with module:

Tutorials with nRF24L01: