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NORDIC SEMICONDUCTOR DK Development Kit
Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF52833 Development Kit allows developers to work with Bluetooth Low Energy, Bluetooth Mesh, Thread, Zigbee, and other 2.4GHz protocols using the nRF52833, and it also supports development with the nRF52820 SoC.
The nRF52833 is a multi-protocol SoC that features a 2.4GHz Bluetooth 5.2 Direction Finding capable radio and a 64MHz Arm Cortex-M4 with FPU with 512KB of Flash and 128KB of RAM. The kit is hardware compatible with Arduino Uno Rev3 headers for easy hardware expansion and supports Nordic’s proprietary Power Profiler Kit for high accuracy power consumption measurements. The board includes a 2.4GHz PCB antenna and an external NFC antenna.
A USB port can be used to power, program, and debug the kit, and interface directly to the SoC. It can also be powered by a coin cell or lithium-ion battery.
- Supports Bluetooth® Low Energy, Bluetooth Mesh, Thread, Zigbee, and proprietary 2.4GHz protocols
- Bluetooth 5.2 multiprotocol radio supports Bluetooth Direction Finding
- Arm® Cortex™-M4 with FPU at 64MHz with 512KB Flash and 128KB RAM
- Arduino Uno Rev3 compatible headers for use with 3rd-party shields and Nordic’s Power Profiler Kit
- 2.4GHz PCB antenna plus external NFC antenna (included)
- Power options: USB, coin cell battery holder, Li-ion battery headers
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