Panasonic Industry launches new Bluetooth® Low Energy module with 512 kB flash for cost-effective applications that still require high performance
Panasonic Industry Europe has extended its range of Bluetooth® LE modules with the launch of the PAN1782, which targets cost-effective applications that still require high performance, including professional lighting, asset tracking, smart home, advanced wearables, and higher value IoT applications.
The PAN1782 is based on Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF52833 ultra-low-power multiprotocol Bluetooth 5.1 SoC and offers 512 kB flash and 128 kB RAM memory available for higher value applications. It supports Bluetooth® LE, Bluetooth® mesh, 802.15.4,Thread, Zigbee, and proprietary 2.4 GHz protocols.
Measuring just 15.6 x 8.7 x 2.0mm, the module offers a full range of interfaces including GPIO, UAT, QSPI, I2C, I2S, PDM, ADC, PWM, NFC-A and USB2.0. Standby power is under 1µA, transmit and receive power is 4.8 mA at 0dBm; transmit power is +8 dBm; receive sensitivity is -95 dBm @1Mb/s,-103 dBm @125kb/s. The PAN1782 module comes with the APPROTECT HW Revision of nRF52833 which secures it from fault injections - and has a wide range of certifications, such as CE RED, FCC, ISED, KCC, MIC, RCM.
“Like other members of our BLE module family, the PAN1781 coming with 256kB flash and PAN1780 which features a massive 1024kB flash capacity, the PAN1782 is optimized for low power consumption without loss of performance or range. The 1.7 V to 5.5 V supply voltage range enables powering the device from rechargeable batteries or over USB,” Comments Tomislav Tipura from Panasonic Industry.
Learn more about the latest member of Panasonic’s module family on our web page.