STMicroelectronics BlueNRG-1 Bluetooth Low Energy | New Product BriefJune 30, 2017 by Mouser Electronics
STMicroelectronics BlueNRG-1 BLE wireless SoC that enables smaller, lower power BLE devices that are easier to implement.
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BlueNRG-1 Bluetooth Low Energy
STMicroelectronics BlueNRG-1 BLE wireless SoC that enables smaller, lower power BLE devices that are easier to implement. The BlueNRG-1 provides developers a 2.4 GHz radio, high-efficiency DC/DC converter, and an energy efficient Cortex-M0 that runs application code in addition to the BLE stack, reducing the design footprint and cost compared to solutions requiring a separate MCU.
The BLE wireless SoC also includes a digital filter for PDM streams from digital microphones and a 10-bit ADC to interface with the integrated battery monitor or external analog sensors. The BlueNRG-1 is available in an automotive grade variant and is ideal for use in beacons, automotive, wearable, medical, and automation applications.
- RAM: 24 KB with retention
- RF TX power: -14 dBm to +8 dBm
- Link budget: Up to 96 dB
- Supply current:
- Sleep with active BLE stack: 1 µA
- Active (CPU, Flash, RAM): 1.9 mA
- Packages: QFN32, WLCSP34
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