Silicon Labs’ explorer kit focuses on rapid prototyping and concept creation of IoT applications

Silicon Labs’ explorer kit focuses on rapid prototyping and concept creation of IoT applications

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Silicon Labs’ BGM220 Explorer Kit is focused on rapid prototyping and concept creation of IoT applications. It is designed around the BGM220P module, based on the EFR32BG22 system-on-chip, which is an ideal device family for developing energy-friendly connected IoT applications.

The kit features a USB interface, an on-board SEGGER J-Link debugger, one user-LED and button, and support for hardware add-on boards via a mikroBus™ socket and a Qwiic® connector. The hardware add-on support allows developers to create and prototype applications using a virtually endless combination of off-the-shelf boards from mikroElektronika, Sparkfun, AdaFruit, and Seeed Studios.

Features
  • User-LED and push button
  • 20-pin 2.54 mm breakout pads
  • mikroBUS socket
  • Qwiic connector
  • SEGGER J-link on-board debugger
  • Virtual COM port
  • Packet trace interface (PTI)
  • USB-powered

more information: https://www.silabs.com/wireless/bluetooth/efr32bg22-series-2-modules

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