Build mobile & IoT apps without hardware or firmware development




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Based on Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF52832 Bluetooth low energy System-on-Chip (SoC), this development kit incorporates nine different sensors plus a microphone and speaker, and enables app developers to configure, test, and demonstrate Bluetooth low energy IoT devices linked to mobile apps and Cloud platforms without needing RF firmware coding skills or development tools

The Nordic Thingy:52 enables an app developer with no firmware coding expertise or high-level development tools to design and demonstrate IoT devices. The board/development kit is a fully-functional single-board Bluetooth 5-compatible, Bluetooth low energy kit that offers ‘out-of-the-box’ wireless configuration from smartphone apps and the Cloud.

 

Nordic Thingy:52 enables an app developer with no firmware coding expertise or high-level development tools to design and demonstrate Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and associated mobile device and Internet apps. The app developer can quickly configure the development kit’s embedded application over the provided Bluetooth interface from a mobile device.

 

The development kit is based on Nordic’s nRF52832 Bluetooth low energy SoC which combines a 64MHz, 32-bit ARM Cortex M4F microprocessor with a 2.4 GHz multiprotocol radio (supporting Bluetooth 5, ANT and proprietary 2.4 GHz RF software), plus 512 kB Flash memory and 64 kB RAM. The nRF52832 SoC runs Nordic’s S132 SoftDevice, an RF software ‘stack’ that can support up to 20 concurrent connections in a variety of Bluetooth low energy role combinations.

Nordic Thingy:52’s PCB is housed in a 6×6-cm plastic and rubber case which includes a USB connector to charge the device’s Li-ion battery. The development kit incorporates: a built-in digital microphone and speaker; movement sensor (nine-axis including accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer); ultra low power wake up accelerometer; and pressure, temperature, humidity, air-quality, and colour sensors.

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