Bluetooth Smart ready for prototyping in through-hole 16-pin DIP package

Bluetooth Smart ready for prototyping in through-hole 16-pin DIP package

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U.S. maker and hobbyist startup 'OSHChip' ('Open Source Hardware') now supplies a Nordic Semiconductor nRF51822 SoC in a unique 16-pin DIP package with IC-like through-hole pins.
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In addition to eliminating the need for soldering, the 19.8×8.9mm Bluetooth Smart module claimed to be less than 5 percent the size of an Arduino UNO or 22 percent the size of an Arduino Nano. OSHChip can be programmed and de-bugged (Keil) from a partner OSHChip programmer board that supports USB drag-and-drop programming, SWD debugging, and bi-direction serial communications. The company plans to make the entire OSHChip module open source (including sharing its schematics, Gerber file, and BOM. Over-the-air programming functionality and sample apps for iPhone and Android will also be added in the near future.

Visit OSHChip at www.oshchip.org

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