Multiprotocol wireless MCU features low standby current

1st April 2020
Mick Elliott

A multiprotocol wireless MCU from Texas Instruments is now being shipped by distributor Mouser Electronics.

The CC2652P SimpleLink multiprotocol wireless MCU targets Zigbee, Thread, Bluetooth 5 low energy, IPv6-enabled smart objects, IEEE 802.15.4g, and concurrent multiprotocol through a Dynamic Multiprotocol Manager (DMM) driver.

This microcontroller is optimised for advanced sensing and low-power wireless communication in building security systems, medical markets, and HVAC.

The MCU features coin-cell operation at 10dBm with 22mA current consumption and advanced sensing with a programmable sensor controller CPU with a fast wake-up capability.

It also offers longer battery life wireless applications with low standby current and dedicated software-controlled radio controller that provides flexible low-power RF transceiver capability.

It enables long-range and low-power applications using an integrated 20dBm high-power amplifier with best-in-class transmit current consumption.

Applications for the CC2652P SimpleLink microcontroller include 2400MHz to 2480MHz ISM and SRD systems, building automation, grid infrastructure, factory automation and control, industrial transport, medical, and Electronic Point-of-Sale (EPOS).

Mouser also stocks the BOOSTXL-ULPSENSE sensor controller BoosterPack and the LAUNCHXL-CC1352P1 LaunchPad development kit, which enable development of wireless applications based on the the SimpleLink MCUs.

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