Zentri AMW106 Numbat
The AMW106 'Numbat 106' module is an ultra-low power Wi-Fi networking module with full regulatory certification.
The AMW136 'Numbat 136' has an additional built-in PCB antenna, and is otherwise identical to the AMW106. The AMW136 works only with the built-in antenna, and does not support antenna diversity.
For an evaluation board based on the AMW106 module, see AMW106-E03 Moray.
For an evaluation board based on the AMWx36 module, see AMWx36-E03 Mola.
|RAM (kB)||Max. CPU Speed (MHz)||GPIOs and Peripherals|
|128||100||See AMWx06 GPIOs and Peripheral Devices|
Product Details and Purchasing Information
- AMW106 Numbat module
- AMW106 documents and resources, available for download
- AMW136 documents and resources, available for download
- Zentri Module Comparison
See the AMW006/AMW106 Numbat Data Sheet in AMW106 documents and resources.
ZentriOS Edition Support
The AMW106 platform supports:
- ZentriOS-W - Command API
- ZentriOS-WZ - Command API, ZAPs and SDK
ZentriOS Documentation References
For the AMW106 and AMW136, UART variables have ranges as follows.
5250000 (5.25 Mbit/s)
Set UART1 baud to 2,000,000:
uart.baud 1 2000000 raw
Set UART1 to 8 bits
uart.data 1 8
- UART0, UART1: Flow control available - values are
uart.flow 1 on
SPI Max Clock Rate
SDK example apps are tested for version AMW106-E03.6.
SDK Memory Size and Availability
The table shows memory availability for ZentriOS-WZ-3.2+.
|Memory Type||ZAP Requirement||Size||Available Size||Comments|
|Internal flash||ZAP code and Read Only data||1Mbyte||32K|
|RAM||ZAP global Read/Write data||128K||~30K||Use |
|Extended flash||ZAP files||1MByte||~600K|
See ZAP Memory Sections.
AMW106 GPIOs 0 to 4 Disabled During SDK Debugging
The Zentri AMW106 overloads the JTAG pins with the pins allocated to GPIO0, GPIO1, GPIO2, GPIO3 and GPIO4. Because the ZentriOS SDK uses JTAG for controlling the module and debugging, there is a conflict when using the ZentriOS SDK with apps requiring these GPIOs.
You can still develop a ZentrioS app that uses GPIOs 0 to 4, but you have to turn off debugging to run the app.
Build and download the app to the device in the usual way. When the app is downloaded, issue the following commands at the ZentriOS terminal:
set zap.debug.enabled 0 save reboot
After rebooting, the app runs.
To continue developing the app using the SDK, you need to turn debugging back on:
set zap.debug.enabled 1 save reboot
Note: GPIO 0 corresponds to Button 1, which is used for the factory reset and web setup button sequences. These sequences work only when zap.debug.enabled is set to