PANASONIC PAN1780 BLUETOOTH® 5.0 Low Energy Module | New Product Brief
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PANASONIC PAN1780 BLUETOOTH® 5.0 Low Energy Module
Panasonic’s PAN1780 Bluetooth® 5.0 Low Energy (LE) Module incorporates the Nordic nRF52840 single chip controller to achieve a higher symbol rate of 2 megabits per second using the high-speed LE physical layer or, a significantly longer range using the LE coded physical layer at 500 kilobits per second or 125 kilobits per second. A new channel selection algorithm #2 improves the performance in high interference environments.
The new LE advertising extensions allow for much larger amounts of data to be broadcasted in connectionless scenarios. The PAN1780 includes a USB 2.0 full-speed device interface and up to 48 general-purpose I/Os, which are shared by up to 4 SPI, 2 I2C, 2 UART, 4 PWM, 8 ADC, 1 NFC-A, 32 kHz IN/OUT, and nRESET.
- PAN1780 Bluetooth® 5.0 Low Energy (LE) Module
- Nordic nRF52840 featuring Arm Cortex-M4F with 64MHz
- Higher symbol rate of 2 Mbps
- High-speed LE PHY
- Longer range
- LE coded PHY at 500 kbps or 125 kbps
- Channel selection algorithm #2
- LE advertising extensions (advertising on 40 channels total)
- Up to 48 general-purpose I/Os (GPIO), which are shared by up to 4 SPI, 2 I2C, 2 UART, 4 PWM, 8 ADC, 1 NFC-A, 32 kHz IN/OUT, nRESET
- Embedded 1MB flash memory and 256kB internal RAM
- Includes ARM TrustZone® CryptoCell® 310 and supports secure boot including Root of Trust (RoT)
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