Texas Instruments MCU LaunchPad Sensor Tag Kit | New Product Brief
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Texas Instruments MCU LaunchPad Sensor Tag Kit
Texas Instruments’ CC1352R Wireless MCU LaunchPad Sensor Tag Kit integrates sensing, wireless connectivity, and easy-to-use software for prototyping connected applications. The kit is based on the CC1352R multi-band wireless MCU, which features a 48MHz Arm Cortex-M4F processor, an ultra-low-power sensor controller, and concurrent multi-band, multi-protocol operations for Sub-1GHz and 2.4GHz connections through a dedicated Arm Cortex-M0 radio controller.
The board can operate from AAA or CR2032 batteries and also offers four low-power environmental and motion sensors, with the option to add more using TI BoosterPacks or other components.
TI offers an SDK, multiple software examples, and the SimpleLink starter mobile app to support rapid development using the kit.
- CC1352R Multi-band Wireless MCU
- 48MHz Arm Cortex-M4F processor
- Ultra-low-power sensor controller
- FCC, CE, and IC certified radio
- Concurrent multi-band (Sub-1GHz, 2.4GHz) and multiprotocol operation
- Operates from AAA or CR2032 batteries
- CR2032 operation requires mounting coin cell battery holder
- Onboard low power sensors: ambient light, temp & humidity, hall effect, accelerometer
- Hardware expansion via TI BoosterPack Ecosystem and other hardware components
- Software support: SimpleLink CC13x2 and CC26x2 SDK, software examples, SimpleLink Starter mobile app
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