Bluetooth LE (SMART) with nRF51822 onboard

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Bluetooth LE (SMART) with nRF51822 onboard

Postby Lulu123 » Fri Sep 09, 2016 4:17 pm

If you are looking for a powerful BLE module capable of a standalone operation, probably the MBH7BLZ0X module is the right choice for you.
Fujitsu is a well known Japanese manufacturer of electronic devices for decades. Some of their products deserve special attention. For example Bluetooth Low Energy or also known as Bluetooth Smart modules are state of the art in their category. Equipped with a industry standard Nordic Semiconductor`s nRF51 chip under the hood, Fujitsu MHB7BLZ0X modules delivers a Bluetooth radio combined with a powerful ARM core and Flash memory available for your application. No external MCU is necessary, because embedded power is more than enough to run almost all .

Technical specs:
• Module embedded with Fujitsu Components' Data Communication (FDC) profile
• FDC is a SPP (serial port profile) like profile ideally suited for sensing, monitoring, & wearable applications
• 60+ simple text commands ensure quick & easy module integration
• Bluetooth specification version 4.1 (single mode, Peripheral module)
• Output Power: +4dBm max.
• Receiver sensitivity: basic rate -88dBm typical
• Host interface: UART (115.2kbps)
• Storage temperature: -40 to +85 degrees C
• Supply voltage: 1.9 to 3.6VDC
• Dimensions: 15.7 x 9.8 x 2.0mm
• Module has embedded 16MHz clock
• RAM: 16K bytes
• Connection to external 32kHz clock available
• LGA package
• CE Certified

If it is a home automation project or a smart weighing machine, coffee machine or a wearable gadget, all these devices can run from the MHB7BLZ0X`s embedded MCU while sending measured data to user` s smartphone or even to the internet cloud.

And the good news are, that Fujitsu will bring to the market an even more sophisticated and powerful module this year with the new
nRF52832 with ARM Cortex-M4F embedded core running on a stunning 64MHz with a total link budget of 100dBm, -96dBm sensitivity and +4dBm output power. This chip will deliver an extended communication range and whats more, it is NFC capable, that means “touch-to-pair” with a smartphone is possible.
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