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EVK for NINA-B302 with open CPU, Stand-alone Bluetooth Low Energy, Internal antenna and USB

The NINA-B30 series are small, stand-alone Bluetooth low energy microcontroller unit (MCU) modules. NINA-B30 features full Bluetooth 5, a powerful Arm® Cortex®-M4 with FPU, and state-of-the-art power performance. The embedded low power crystal in NINA-B30 improves the power consumption by enabling optimal power save modes.

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All variants are open CPU modules that enable customer applications to run on the built-in Arm Cortex-M4 with FPU. With 1 MB flash and 256 kB RAM, they offer the best-in-class capacity for customer applications on top of the Bluetooth low energy stack. Applications can include Bluetooth low energy services such as GATT, beacons, and mesh. Additionally, the modules support NFC™, 802.15.4 with Thread and ZigBee. The modules have a range of wired interfaces, including UART, SPI, I2C, I2S, USB, QDEC, PDM, PWM, and ADC. NINA-B30 caters to applications in smart buildings, smart cities, and the Industry 4.0, including smart lighting systems, industrial sensor networks, asset tracking solutions, and building automation systems

  • Compatible with Arduino® Uno shields
  • Either u‑blox connectivity software or an open CPU with SDK
  • All the NINA‑B3 module pins are available at connectors
  • Can be powered through USB, external power supply, or coin cell battery
  • Has an onboard debugger hardware and firmware