Bluetooth evaluation board target IoT applications

Posted By : Mick Elliott
Bluetooth evaluation board target IoT applications

The EZ-BT WICED dual-mode module evaluation board and the EZ-BLE WICED module evaluation board from Cypress Semiconductor is now being shipped by distributor Mouser Electronics. Designed to evaluate Cypress’ Bluetooth Wireless Internet Connectivity for Embedded Devices (WICED) modules, the evaluation boards allow engineers to develop fully certified, fully programmable Bluetooth Smart and Bluetooth Smart Ready devices.

These can be used in a variety of Internet of Things (IoT) applications, including those in the medical, industrial, and consumer markets.

The Cypress Bluetooth WICED evaluation boards enable rapid deployment of connected IoT products through easy-to-use WICED modules that help save time and costly radio frequency (RF) hardware development, certification and qualification processes.

The evaluation boards can function either as stand-alone evaluation kits or with Arduino-compatible shields for additional expansion possibilities.

The EZ-BT WICED dual-mode module evaluation board allows designers to evaluate and develop Bluetooth 5.0 applications based on the CYBT-34026-01 EZ-BT WICED module.

This module features 512Kbytes of flash, 352Kbytes of SRAM, a 16-bit delta-sigma analogue-to-digital converter (ADC), four PWMs, and a maximum transmit power of +9dBm for Bluetooth Smart and +12dBm for Bluetooth Smart Ready applications.

The EZ-BLE WICED module evaluation board enables designers to evaluate and develop Bluetooth 4.1 and Bluetooth low energy applications based on the CYBLE-013025-00 WICED module.

The CYBLE-0130xx-00 family of WICED modules are cost optimized designs, ideal for applications requiring simple Bluetooth connectivity. The CYBLE-013025-00 module features 128Kbytes of flash, 60Kbytes of SRAM, a 16-bit delta-sigma ADC, four PWMs, and a maximum transmit power of +4dBm.

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