The In-Circuit radino32 nRF8001 combines an STM32L151 with the nRF8001 SoC Bluetooth-Low-Energy (BLE) in a small form-factor EMC-compliant module.
It is the follower of the radino nRF and offers improved CPU power, larger RAM-, Flash- and EPROM-memories and expanded pin functionalities. The core of the radino32 nRF8001 is the powerfull STM32L151 by STMicroelectronics, which with 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M3 CPU, 32 kbyte RAM, 256 kbyte Flash and 8 kbyte EPROM provides enough resources for complex functionalities.
The radino32 nRF8001 is part of the radino-series, which supplies full-Arduino-compatible wireless communication devices in a small form factor. All radino Modules are pin-to-pin compatible.
- nRF8001 Bluetooth low energy SDK for Arduino by Nordic Semicond., connected internally (https://devzone.nordicsemi.com/arduino/)
- Bluetooth v4.0 compliant Protocol Stack (BLE)
- GATT, GAP, L2CAP, SMP Bluetooth low energy profile
- STM32L151CC by STMicroelectronics with 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M3 CPU
- 256 kbyte Flash, 32 kbyte RAM, 8 kbyte EPROM
- Low Power RTC
- 12 bit ADC and DAC
- Capacitive touch sensing supported
- 23 multifunctional GPIOS (15 PWM, 10 ADC IN, 1 DAC OUT)
- USB, I²C, 2xSPI, 2xUSART
- Arduino Demo Applications available in our library!
Suitable application development boards
|radino Leonardo||Carrier board suitable for all radino modules|
|radino Spider 2.4G||Breadboard adapter for radino modules|
|radino USB Stick||USB Stick for radino modules|
|radino Watch||Battery powered wearable smart device|
|radino DinRail Adapter||DinRail Adapter connects our RS485 DinRail Bus System to radino modules|
- BlueID witreless acces and smart home solutions
- Sport and fitness sensors
- Health care sensors
- Proximity sensors
- Personal User Interface Devices (PUID)
- Remote controls
- Security Tags
- Household sensors and collector devices
- Mobile accessories
- Data logging
- Any Arduino project
With our Arduino Library for radino32 the radino32 WiFi becomes fully Arduino-compatible, which enables easy programming by using the Arduino IDE (http://www.arduino.cc/).
Visit radino32 software for more information about the Arduino IDE.
For detailed information about our library for the Arduino IDE look at the radino Library documentation.