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Mon Aug 19 2019



Mouser Electronics stocks the EYSKBNZWB Bluetooth Low Energy module from Japanese electronics company Taiyo Yuden, an ultra-compact module designed to help developers easily incorporate Bluetooth 5 technology into designs. A member of Taiyo Yuden’s Bluetooth Low Energy module family, the EYSKBNZWB measures just 10 × 15.4 × 2 mm for space-constrained applications, and pairs well with other sensors requiring minimal space and power.

The module is powered by a Nordic Semiconductor nRF52840 system-on-chip, which contains a 32-bit Arm Cortex-M4F processor with 1MB of flash memory and 256kB of RAM, and also includes a 12-bit analog-to-digital converter and support for SPI, UART and pulse width modulation interfaces.

It integrates a high-performance PCB antenna, 32MHz system clock and support for NFC-A Type-2 for touch-to-pair applications, and offers typical output power of +8dBm, and works in the low-power 2.4GHz ISM band. The RoHS-compliant module is Bluetooth, FCC, IC and Japan qualified and is ideal for low-power wireless applications, such as advanced wearables, connected health devices, augmented and virtual reality, IoT sensors and controllers, and wireless payment systems.

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