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TEXAS INSTRUMENTS LaunchPad Development Kit
Texas Instruments LP-CC2652RB LaunchPad Development Kit provides everything necessary to develop low-power connected devices with advanced sensing.
The kit is based on the CC2652RB SimpleLink™ multiprotocol wireless MCU, which features a 48MHz Arm Cortex-M4F processor, an ultra-low-power sensor controller, and a 2.4GHz RF core supporting Bluetooth 5.1 Low Energy, ZigBee, TI 15.4, and other protocols. The LaunchPad provides access to all IO signals on the MCU and is easy to expand using BoosterPack plug-in modules. Developers can use the SimpleLink Starter smartphone app to interact with the hardware or send data over the UART, or connect to the IBM Quickstart server for cloud view and control of the LaunchPad.
The device supports over-the-air download and can be programmed using the SimpleLink Starter app or directly over USB.
- CC2652RB SimpleLink Multi-Protocol Wireless MCU
- 48MHz Arm® Cortex®-M4F processor
- Ultra-low-power sensor controller
- 2.4GHz RF Core
- Supports Bluetooth 5.1 Low Energy, Thread, ZigBee®, TI 15.4, and other IEEE 802.15.4-based protocols
- BoosterPack plug-in module connectors provide access to all I/O and enable hardware expansion
- SimpleLink Starter App for iOS and Android
- Connects to the IBM Quickstart server and other cloud services via MQTT
- Program over-the-air via SimpleLink starter app or directly over USB
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