Smart USB Dongle Bluetooth 5.0USD 15.99 (EUR 14.99 , SEK 139.00)
The device integrates latest Bluetooth® Technology and is suitable for secured Identity and payment applications.
The Smart USB Dongle Bluetooth 5.0 (SSD005) is a fully integrated solution, providing MCU and Bluetooth® radio in one chip, based on Dialog Semiconductor latest Bluetooth chip DA14683.
The FLASH based device permits field or boot upgradable, while application is stored on FLASH memory. Custom settings can also be stored on FLASH memory or OTP for higher integrity. This device supports Windows 10, Linux and macOS. CE declaration and FCC certification ready.
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The Smart USB Dongle 2.0 is Bluetooth® low energy solution that can be used to create new BLE 5.0 applications in the fastest and easiest way. Just use the AT Commands available on the Smart USB Dongle 2.0.
The device comes with a bootloader to allow you to update the firmware or flash your own application to the dongle.
It supports Bluetooth® v5.0 Low Energy and is a fully integrated solution, providing MCU and Bluetooth® radio in one chip, based on Dialog Semiconductor latest Bluetooth® chip DA14683 and 8Mb Flash memory.
Flash based device permits field or boot upgradable while application is stored on FLASH memory.
|ROLES||Programmable Bluetooth Central or Peripheral. USB Device.|
|SECURITY||Cryptographic engine with ECC, AES-256, SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-512 and True Random Number Generator.|
|CONNECTIVITY||Bluetooth 5.0 & USB Full Speed|
|MEMORY||FLASH 8Mbit & OTP 64kB|
|MECHANICAL||19.2 mm (L) 16.3 mm (W), 6.2 mm (D)|
|ENVIRONMENTAL||Temperature: -20 to +65 C|
|CASE MATERIAL||PBT + 20% glass fiber|
|CERTIFICATION||FCC & CE|
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Follow our quick setup guide to make a fast peripheral or central application (or both), on our incredibly low power platform without having to develop a single line of embedded code.