Development Board, Bluetooth, BlueNRG Low Energy Network Processor, STM32L151RB

STEVAL-IDB002V1 - Development Board, Bluetooth, BlueNRG Low Energy Network Processor, STM32L151RB

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Product Overview

The STEVAL-IDB002V1 is a product Evaluation Board based on the BlueNRG device. The BlueNRG is a Bluetooth low energy 4.0 compliant low power network coprocessor. The STEVALIDB002V1 is composed of an RF daughterboard and a microcontroller motherboard. The RF daughterboard features the BlueNRG device, an SMA connector for an antenna or measuring instruments and an SPI connector for external microcontroller. The motherboard is based on the STM32L, acting as external microcontroller driving the BlueNRG device. A JTAG connector allows development of firmware on the microcontroller.
  • BlueNRG low power Bluetooth low energy network coprocessor
  • STM32L external microcontroller
  • Bluetooth low energy 4.0 master and slave compliant
  • +8dBm Maximum transmission power
  • Excellent receiver sensitivity (-88dBm)
  • SPI interface for external microcontroller


Embedded Design & Development, RF Communications

Product Information

Wireless Connectivity
STM32L151RB, BlueNRG
Mother Board STM32L151RB, Daughter Board BlueNRG, 2.4 GHz Bluetooth Antenna, USB Cable
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