DT-BL10 – Low-Power IoT Development Board Powered by RISC-V Core

DT-BL10 – Low-Power IoT Development Board Powered by RISC-V Core

DT-BL10 is a development board powered by BL602 WiSoC that sells for around $5. This board is specifically designed to work with a 32-bit RISC-V CPU with dynamic frequency from 1MHz to 192MHz. It has a 276KB SRAM and 128KB ROM.

The main focus of this board is on its wide range of wireless support. It has the support for Wi-Fi 4 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 5.0 Low Energy. Wi-Fi security standards WPS/WEP/WPA/WPA2/WPA3 are available also with this low-power IoT application-focused board.

DT-BL10 Block Diagram

Moreover, a variety of security features such as secure boot, secure debug, XIP QSPI On-The-Fly AES Decryption (OTFAD), AES-128/192/256 are supported on this 49 × 26 × 3 mm board. Peripheral interfaces include SDIO, SPI, UART, I2C, IR remote, PWM, ADC, DAC, ACOMP, PIR, etc. Flexible GPIO configurations are supported. BL602 has a total of 16 GPIOs.

Board Specifications for the DT-BL10 :

  • SoC : Bouffalo BL602 RISC-V processor @ up to 192 Mhz with 276KB RAM, 128KB ROM with WiFi and Bluetooth
  • Wireless :
    • 2.4GHz 802.11b/g/n WiFI 4 up to 65 Mbps (802.11n) or 26 Mbps (802.11g)
    • Bluetooth LE 5.0
    • PCN antenna
  • Peripherals and I/Os :
    • SDIO 2.0 slave (AP-Host)
    • SPI master/slave, 2x UART, I2C master/slave, 5x PWM channels
    • ADC – 10-bit general DAC, 12-bit general ADC, 2x general analog comparators
    • PIR (Passive Infra-Red) detection
    • IR remote HW accelerator
    • 16x flexible GPIOs (BL602) / 23x flexible GPIOs (BL604)
    • 4x DMA channels
    • RTC timer up to One year
    • 2x 32-bit general-purpose timers
  • Supply Voltage : 3.0 to 3.6V
  • Power consumption : Deep-sleep mode: 22mA; deep standby mode: 2mA
  • Dimensions : 20 x 16 x 3mm
  • Temperature Range : -20°C to +85°C

Targeted toward the well-established low-power IoT applications, this board tries to rival the ESP8266 and ESP32 solutions which are already very affordable and community-supported. It may take the heat off from this competition with the implementation of the BL602 SoC. Time will tell if it can make an impact in the maker community. More information can be found on this product page.

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Myself Rik and I am founder of Riktronics. I study Electronics and Communication Engineering in IIE. My hobby is playing with electronics and making various projects, mainly about embedded systems. Love to do coding, and making tutorials about electronics/programming. Contact me in any need at [email protected] My blog : riktronics.wordpress.com

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