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SHara
Novice
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Difference between IoT and Wearabale

I'm planning to use Edison for our mobile product. I'd like to choose lower power consumption product.

It seems IoT wearable part is lower power consumption.

Intel Edison Compute Module (IoT Wearable, On-Board Antenna) EDI2.LPON.AL

Intel Edison Compute Module (IoT, Off-Board Antenna) EDI2.SPOF

Could you tell me the power consumption of each products?

And, could you tell me output power of WiFi for each products?

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idata
Community Manager
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Hey sharada,

Well, I do not think "Power consumption" is the issue here. They're both the same modules. One doesn't have the chip antenna.

Looks like this...

Regards

SHara
Novice
34 Views

Sorry, I wrote product names wrongly.

I'd like to know the difference between following two products.

Intel Edison Compute Module (IoT Wearable, On-Board Antenna) EDI2.LPON.AL

Intel Edison Compute Module (IoT, On-Board Antenna) EDI2.SPON.AL

regards

idata
Community Manager
34 Views

Seem to be the same parts.

idata
Community Manager
34 Views

Hi sharada,

 

 

The EDI2.LPON.AL.S is Low Power On-Board Antenna and the EDI2.SPON.AL.S is Standard Power On-Board Antenna.

 

 

The EDI2.LPON.AL.S is targeted for wearables where the Wi-Fi power is stepped down to avoid heat.

 

 

Let us know if this is what you were looking for.

 

 

-Sergio

 

idata
Community Manager
34 Views

Hi sharada,

 

 

Do you still need assistance with this case, did you find the information you were looking for?

 

 

-Sergio

 

SHara
Novice
34 Views

Hi Sergio,

I'd like to know more detail. Can you provide the actual data or specification of power consumption and WiFi power for each product?

regards,

Harada

idata
Community Manager
34 Views

Hi Harada,

 

 

Let me look into this to see what I can find. I'll post my results here as soon as possible.

 

 

-Sergio

 

idata
Community Manager
34 Views

Thank you for your patience. We ran some tests to give you an idea of the power consumption. These test were ran with an Edison Breakout Board using the EDI2.LPON.AL.S andEDI2.SPOF.AL.S modules. Keep in mind that the power consumption will vary with the different hardware used, input voltage and applications running.

 

 

Tests were ran with Breakout Board and 12V input

 

LPON: ~32 mA Wi-Fi Off, ~38 mA Wi-Fi On, and ~60 mA while Pinging an IP.

 

SPOF: ~29 mA Wi-Fi Off, ~36 mA Wi-Fi On, and ~52 mA while Pinging an IP.

 

 

Let us know if this is what you were looking for.

 

 

-Sergio

 

SHara
Novice
34 Views

Hi Sergio

Thank you for testing. Those are very helpful data for me.

Harada

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