“Drop-in” Bluetooth with Panasonic’s modules – in distribution

“Drop-in” Bluetooth with Panasonic’s modules – in distribution

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The module is a fully autonomous device, suited for stand-alone operation, with integrated 512 kbits of EEPROM and 32 kBytes of RAM for application code storage and execution. It offers I²C, SPI, two UART, and ten general purpose input output (GPIO) interfaces, as well as wake-up control pins and a four-channel analogue-to-digital converter. The module is also software- and hardware-compatible with the Panasonic PAN1026 module, allowing the devices to be used together in Bluetooth dual-mode networks.

Mouser is also stocking the Panasonic EVAL_PAN1760EMK Experimenter Kit, which simplifies both firmware and hardware development by integrating the PAN1760 module, an ARM Cortex-M3 processor, and UART interface on a single board. The PAN1760 module and Experimenter Kit can help wireless designers add Bluetooth low energy technology to embedded devices, wearables, industrial and medical diagnostic systems, and mobile phone accessories.


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