Bluetooth Low Energy Micro-Sized Modules

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Bluetooth Low Energy Micro-Sized Modules

STMicroelectronics' SPBT2632C1A/SPBT2632C2A micro-sized Bluetooth v3.0 modules offer advanced Bluetooth technology on a highly reliable and affordable platform. The modules are fast, with high data throughput, flexible - offering several serial interface options, and small, coming in a micro-sized form factor (10 mm x 13 mm footprint). The SPBT2632C1A/SPBT2632C2A modules represent an easy to use, cost-effective, standalone solution for users requiring a simple wireless link by establishing a wireless bridge between your device and any other Bluetooth-enabled device. The micro-sized Bluetooth Modules come with different types of serial interfaces (fast UART, SPI, I²C). They can be used in applications such as notebook PCs and accessories, PDAs, access points and industrial controls, as well as for portable medical equipment.

  • Bluetooth® specification compliant v2.1
  • Output power class-2
  • Transmission rate up to 2 Mbps with EDR
  • Point-to-point: ACL: DM1, DM3, DM5, DH1, DH3, DH5, 2-DH1, 2-DH3, 2-DH5
  • Adaptive frequency hopping (AFH)
  • Efficient and flexible support for WLAN coexistence in collocated scenario
  • General I/O: (a) 4 general purpose I/O and 4 x 12-bit A/D input
  • User interface: AT command set
  • Communication interfaces: (a)
    • Fast UART up to 3.25 Mbit/s
    • SPI interface
    • I²C interface
    • I²S interface
  • Memory: 256 Kbytes Flash memory and 48 Kbytes RAM memory
  • 3.3 V single supply voltage
  • No external oscillator required
  • Module size: 10 mm x 13 mm

(a). All these resources cannot coexist at the same time; they are shared on the 8 pins available for interface. Standard configuration for AT command set is 4 pins for UART and 4 pins for GPIO.

  • Serial cable replacement
  • Industrial control
  • Medical
  • POS terminals
  • Data acquisition equipment
  • Internet access points
  • Machine control
  • Sensor monitoring
  • Security control
  • Robotic and bionic control
  • Patient monitoring
  • Wireless printers
  • Cordless terminals
  • Laptops, PCs, and accessories
  • Handheld devices and accessories
  • HID devices (keyboard, mouse, joystick, game controller, and more)