Murata Electronics MBN52832 BLUETOOTH® Low Energy 5.0 Module

Murata Electronics MBN52832 BLUETOOTH® Low Energy 5.0 Module

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Murata Electronics MBN52832 BLUETOOTH® Low Energy (BLE) 5.0 Module (WSM-BL241-ADA-008) enables ultra-low power connectivity for data communication. The MBN52832 BLE Module integrates Nordic Bluetooth Low Energy IC, RF front end, and crystal into a very small form factor. The built-in arm cortex M4 core with 64KB RAM and 512KB flash provides a high-performance engine and rich interface for a variety of IoT applications. The IoT applications include sensor network, device control and more. This RF certified module can significantly reduce the system designer’s burden and help to reduce the time-to-market. The MBN52832 Module is an ideal solution for smart devices, medical and healthcare, and Machine to Machine (M2M) applications.

Shielded Ultra Small Bluetooth 5.0 LE Module

  • 2.4GHz BLE, ANT and NFC tag MCU Module
  • Chipset: Nordic (nRF52832)
  • Processor: ARM Cortex-M4
  • FCC/IC Certified

Features

  • Bluetooth v5
    • Higher throughput
    • Increased broadcast capacity
    • Improved channel co-existence algorithm (SCA)
  • ANT, NFC Tag
  • Nordic nRF52832 Bluetooth Smart
  • Built-in Arm Cortex M4 core with 64KB RAM and 512KB flash
  • Bluetooth/ANT Antenna Configuration:
    • On-board PCB antenna
    • Supports external antenna from pin pad
  • Maximum transmit power: +4dBm @ antenna port (LDO Mode)
  • Receive sensitivity: -93dBm @ 1Mbps (LDO Mode)
  • Power consumption
    • TX: 7mA @ 3.5dBm (DC-DC Mode)
    • RX: 6mA (DC-DC Mode)
  • Host interface: UART, SPI
  • Other interfaces: 20 GPIO, 5 ADC, UART, SPI (master and slave), I2C, PWM and Debug SWD
  • Operating temperature range: -40ºC to 85ºC
  • MSL Level 3 in accordance with JEDEC J-STD-020
  • Regulatory certificates: FCC, IC, ETSI
  • Package: 7.4mm x 7.0mm x 0.9mm LGA
  • RoHS compliant

more information: https://wireless.murata.com/mbn52832.html

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