RS Components adds ON Semiconductor Bluetooth Low Energy development kit

RS Components adds ON Semiconductor Bluetooth Low Energy development kit

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The ON Semiconductor RSL10 SoC includes an Arm Cortex-M3 core, a low power DSP and a 2.4 GHz transceiver. It has a peak receive power of 7 mW and its “deep sleep” consumption when inactive is just 62.5 nW. The device is designed for use with 1.2 and 1.5 V batteries, and accepts a voltage supply range between 1.1 and 3.3 V without requiring a DC/DC converter.

The B-IDK features an RSL10 baseboard (BDK-GEVK), supported by a range of modular sensor and actuator hardware options. BDK-GEVK has a configurable mobile app that controls the sensors and actuators. It also supports cloud connectivity, allowing MQTT publishing of and subscribing to sensor/actuator data via AWS, Azure, IBM Cloud, or custom cloud services.

Sensor options for use with the BDK-GEVK include ambient light, inertial and environment (ALS/IMU/ENV), proximity and motion, and touch/level. Higher-power control options come in the form of actuator daughter cards that plug into the baseboard via ON Semiconductor’s BDK-DCDC-GEVB DC power adaptor. They include a power ballast with dual LED driver, a stepper motor controller, and a brushless DC motor controller.

The B-IDK software includes the CMSIS (Cortex Microcontroller Software Interface Standard) vendor-independent development pack for the Arm Cortex-M processor series, with detailed documentation.

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