When you start developing your firmware for your Nordic nRF52832 solution-based Raytac BLE module, you will (like on most other projects) bump into some difficulties.
The other day, we had yet another case where a simple thing caused major difficulties for even some of the brightest people – a customer couldn’t get their GPIO direction bit to work.
Although not too difficult to solve, it’s a common error that most customers end up having on our modules and that is because Pin 0.09 & 0.10 are set to NFC per Nordic’s default settings. In order to be able to use these pins as normal GPIOs, you will have to change those settings.
The two pins I am talking about are the ones linked to the NFC-part to the far left in the circuit example below:
So, to convert these two pins to normal GPIOs, here’s what you need to do:
In SES, you’ll need to add CONFIG_NFCT_PINS_AS_GPIOS.
Check out the link below for a reference example on Nordic’s DevZone.
Raytac is glad to announce that we has expanded our distributor network to CIS Countries (Russia), Ukraine, Latvia, Lithuania. The distribution agreement covers sales, marketing, and support for Raytac Corporation’s full range of Modules lines, including Nordic’s proven nRF51 Series, nRF52 Series, and nRF52840 in the territory.
PR Electronics is a Distributor of Electronic components and Modules
with offices in Russia and Belarus. The company now has 51 employees and 4 sales offices.
With recent solid demand and positive feedback receiving from market, we strongly believe that IoT is the future to enhance people’s life.
With PR Electronics’s join of Raytac’s module distribution network, we truly expect he complementary of network portfolio can bring the opportunity and competitive advantage along with a speedy and convenient accessibility for developers.
After Nordic released nRF52840, the confusion raised what the difference between nRF52832. Raytac provided an easy comparison chart based on module solution hopes to provide a quick understanding in between.
Raytac is one of the most important 3rd party module maker listed in Nordic’s list located in Taiwan, also the one of the biggest module supplier all over the world.
With the passion Raytac’s team possessed, the effort is aimed to create the maximum benefits contributes by pre-certified modules.
Bluetooth QDID Granted:
BT4.1: MDBT40 Series
BT5 & BT4.2: MDBT42Q / MDBT42 / MDBT42V
Regional RF Safety Regulation
MIC Telec (Japan)
To easy developers’s work, speed up the project schedule, lower down the total budget by deploy the module built in products just like a plug and play components is always the ultimate mission Raytac would like to dedicate to all developers.
A BT4.1 & BT4.2 & BT5 module maker based on Nordic nRF51 & nRF52 solution
Mesh Network has grabbed the highlight of BLE development.
To keep all Nordic users get the updated information post, Raytac keep closely watching for every step Nordic achieved and summarized current status in below.
Nordic Semiconductor, a BLE solution leading provider, has released different solutions to fulfill IOT various implements. However, Raytac acknowledged there are still a lots of developers are still confused about the difference among nRF51822, nRF52832, nRF52810.
Raytac would like to contribute the comparison chart in below in order to provide a speedy understanding in between solutions.
Raytac’s conducting Easy Employ Policy (EE), all Raytac’s modules need to have not only Bluetooth BQB Certification, but also complied with most popular countries’s safety regulation.
With the effort to provide a most coverage of the regulation compliance, developers who build up the IoT project by Raytac modules can be easier to develop without worry for product testing and manage the budget of development.