Insight SiP launches new ISP1907-HT RF module
This module offers multi-protocol networking with Bluetooth 5.2 Long Range connectivity, BLE Direction-Finding and Bluetooth Mesh together with Zigbee and Thread capability. It also provides an extended operating temperature range up to 105oC.
Sophia Antipolis, France – 07 October 2020 – Insight SIP is launching the 1907-HT RF module, which offers a huge range of capabilities in a tiny package. With its extended temperature range, it is ideal for Smart Lighting/Smart Building applications, and includes Bluetooth Mesh, Zigbee and Thread protocols to enable multimode networks.
It also supports BLE direction finding, and contains a powerful microprocessor, allowing it to sit at the heart of any direction-finding anchor system. The ISP1907-HT is capable of running sophisticated applications and meeting the needs of a diverse range of IOT use cases.
Contained in an ultra-miniature size of 8x8x1 mm with integrated antenna, the ISP1907-HT RF module offers class leading performance, with excellent battery life. This module is based on the nRF52833 Nordic Semiconductor 2.4GHz wireless System on a Chip (SoC) integrating a 2.4 GHz transceiver, a 32-bit ARM Cortex™-M4, with 512 kB flash memory, and 128 kB SRAM along with a wide range of analog and digital peripherals.
The 1907-HT supports multiple protocols including BLE, ANT/ANT+, Thread, Zigbee and a range of proprietary 2.4 GHz protocols including Gazell from Nordic Semiconductor. There are a wide range of stacks available to support these which you can download for free. These stacks include fully qualified BLE stacks for the nRF52833 SoC such as the S113/S122/S140 SoftDevices and stacks to run under the Zephyr Real Time Operating system, which is also available for the device.
Like all of Insight SiP’s products, the ISP1907-HT is a fully featured BLE device with embedded 32 MHz radio and 32 kHz synchronisation crystals, a fully integrated RF matching and Antenna and DC-DC convertor including inductor, thus delivering maximum power saving efficiency. A full set of interfaces is supplied with the device for analog or digital peripherals including 30 GPIOs including 8 ADCs, an analog to digital convertor, SPI, PDM I2C and UART buses, and a USB peripheral interface. It offers pin compatibility with the ISP15, 18 and 19 series allowing easy “upgrade/simplify” variants of any solution without major re-design.
Nick Wood, Sales and Marketing Director of Insight SiP said “The new ISP1907-HT is ideal for customers looking for an ultra-miniature RF module to support applications requiring extended temperature range operations, Long Range and mesh networking. With its all-round capabilities and rich interface set, it is also well-suited to a wide range of other advanced IOT use cases.”
The ISP1907-HT RF module is designed to run on a coin cell battery if required and thanks to the module’s ultra-low power consumption and advanced power management system, the battery can last up to several years
Module prototypes are available now. Mass production of the modules will start in Q1 2021. Certification is pending. To help product developers, Insight SiP offers a complete development kit together with sample software that provides everything required out of the box to start developing a solution on day one.
About Insight SiP
With its R&D team based in Sophia Antipolis in the south of France, Insight SiP specialises in the miniaturisation of RF modules using System-in-Package technology. Its unique offerings include the smallest complete BLE module in the world, the world’s first Antenna-in-Package, the world’s first UWB/BLE and LoRa/BLE combo modules with integrated antennas, and the world’s smallest microcomputer in an SD card format.
Created in 2005 by experienced electronic industry executives, Insight SiP has been a global business since 2008 with a subsidiary in the US, a sales office in Japan and a network of over 30 distributors across the globe. (www.insightsip.com)
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