SiP Bluetooth 5.1 module for long-distance and direction-finding connections

19-02-2021 | Rutronik | Semiconductors

Rutronik UK is now offering the Insight SiP ISP1907 series of Bluetooth Low Energy modules, blending compact design, resilient computing power and long battery life. The new series is an excellent fit for both basic and complex IoT applications in professional and private environments, including object and ID tracking.


Based on the nRF52 SoC from Nordic Semiconductor, the device is a high-frequency transceiver with a clock frequency of 2.4GHz. The LL version offers 192kB Flash and 24kB SRAM and is based on the nRF52811. It has 13 configurable GPIOs, including three ADCs. The HT version is convincing with 512kB Flash and 128kB SRAM and is based on the nRF52833.


Here 30 GPIOs are offered, eight planned as ADCs. The security equipment also incorporates an NFC-A tag for OoB pairing and an ARM Cortex M4F Floating Point Processor. A USB interface is also already incorporated in the HT version.


Measuring just 8mm x 8mm x 1mm, the BLE module consolidates resilient computing power with impressive battery life. This makes it an excellent ready-to-use solution for most IoT applications in professional and private environments, particularly for object tracking in warehouses and buildings or ID tracking of people.

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