Raytac Corporation

A BT4.1 & BT4.2 module maker based on Nordic nRF51 & nRF52 solution 

(nRF51822 & nRF51422 & nRF52832 & nRF51802)

Tel: +886.2.3234.0208

MDBT42, based on Nordic nRF52832 WL-CSP solution, is about to be armed and targeting for IoT industry.

Raytac’s module line in 2016 now has become ready and all well loaded.

Targeting next-generation wearables and space-constrained IoT applications, the nRF52832 Wafer Level Chip Scale Package (WL-CSP) has a super-compact 3.0 by 3.2mm footprint that occupies one quarter of the footprint area of Nordic’s standard 6.0 by 6.0mm QFN48-packaged nRF52832, yet offers the same full feature set

Oslo, Norway 2016/07/05

Nordic Semiconductor today announces the availability of a Wafer Level Chip Scale Package (WL-CSP) variant of its nRF52832 Bluetooth® low energy (formerly known as Bluetooth Smart) System-on-Chip (SoC) that occupies a quarter of the footprint area of the standard-packaged Nordic nRF52832 and targets next-generation, high-performance wearables and space-constrained IoT applications.

The nRF52832 WL-CSP has a super-compact 3.0 by 3.2mm footprint compared to the standard 6.0 by 6.0mm footprint of its larger but conventionally-packaged nRF52832 QFN48 cousin, yet offers the same full single-chip feature set and best-in-class, ultra-low-power application operation. This includes a powerful on-board 64MHz ARM® Cortex®-M4F processor that enables protocol and application task processing to be completed in unprecedentedly short time-frames, thus allowing power-saving sleep modes to be entered much quickly compared to competing devices.

Like the nRF52832, the nRF52832 WL-CSP features: 512kB Flash and 64kB RAM; on-chip NFC™ tag for consumer-friendly Touch-to-Pair; best-in-class ultra-high performance, ultra-low-power multi-protocol Bluetooth low energy, ANT™, and proprietary 2.4GHz radio; 5.5mA peak RX/TX currents; an on-chip RF Balun; plus a unique fully-automatic power management system that makes achieving optimal power consumption easy for designers.

The nRF52832 WL-CSP is compatible with Nordic’s Bluetooth 4.2 stacks and supporting SDKs including the latest S132 multi-role concurrent software stack, nRF5 SDK, nRF5 SDK for HomeKit, and nRF5 SDK for AirFuel (resonant wireless charging).

“The availability of a super-compact footprint nRF52832 brings new design opportunities to wearables and other space-constrained IoT applications,” comments Kjetil Holstad, Product Manager Ultra Low-Power Wireless at Nordic Semiconductor. “And this SoC is available now in high production volumes for immediate inclusion in upcoming product development.”

Holstad adds: “The evolution of wearables to date has only ever gone one way: ever increasing performance and functionality in ever-slimmer, lighter, form factors. The nRF52832 WL-CSP is by a clear margin, the smallest and most advanced Bluetooth low energy SoC available on the market today.”

About the Author Raytac Corporation

Raytac Corporation was established in year 2004 by a group of engineer's expertise in the Radio Frequency (RF) technology and a team of experienced multinational senior marketing and production personnel. The core technology know-how in RF Module, BLE Module, Manufacturing of the wireless electronic products, Raytac has committed to the customers a more convenient wireless choice. Our mission, "Making our life more convenient through innovation and application of wireless technology"; we will constantly evolve and adapt from our RF technology, to provide all our customers the best solutions in the wireless world. And, will devote ourselves to be one of the wireless technology leader in the world and have more contribution to the human beings.

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