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PSF-B85 is an ultra low-power Wi-Fi module designed by ITEAD. The module adopts the highly integrated Wi-Fi chip ESP8285. It features industry's highly competitive compact packaging size and ultra-low power technology. Specially designed for mobile devices and the Internet of Things application, it connects physical devices to Wi-Fi wireless network to make Internet or LAN communications. PSF-B85 has completed self-contained wireless network, with built-in 32-bit kernel processor, on-chip SRAM, it can be used as the main control chip, but also as a WiFi adapter. Simply apply it to other microcontroller-based designs by SPI/SDIO or I2C/UART interface communication.

PSF-B85 supports multiple packaging form. Supports antenna of IPEX connector and stamp hole interface.

PSF-B85 is widely applied to smart power grid, smart transportation, smart home, handheld devices, industrial control, etc.


  • 802.11 b/g/n/d/e/i/k/r
  • Support STA/AP/STA+AP mode
  • WPA/WPA2 PSK and WP
  • Built-in TCP/IP protocol stack, support multi-way TCP Client connection
  • Support rich Socket AT commands
  • Support UART/GPIO data communication interface
  • Built-in 32 bit MCU, also work as application processor
  • 3.3V single supply
  • Wi-Fi Direct (P2P) support
  • Support MIMO 1×1 and 2×1, STBC, A- MPDU and A-MSDU aggregation and 0.4μs guard interval
  • WMM power save U-APSD
  • Multiple queue management to fully utilize traffic prioritization defined by 802.11e standard.
  • Adaptive rate fallback algorithm sets the optimum transmission rate and Tx power based on actual SNR and packet loss information.


Main Technical Specifications


Pin Definitions

Power Consumption

Wi-Fi Radio Characteristics