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      Seeed Tiny BLE - BLE + 6DOF Mbed Platform
      • Seeed Tiny BLE - BLE + 6DOF Mbed Platform
      • Seeed Tiny BLE - BLE + 6DOF Mbed Platform
      • Seeed Tiny BLE - BLE + 6DOF Mbed Platform
      • Seeed Tiny BLE - BLE + 6DOF Mbed Platform

      Seeed Tiny BLE - BLE + 6DOF Mbed Platform

      SKU 102080005
      • CMSIS DAP interface for drag-n-drop programming
      • Nordic nRF51822: ARM Cortex-M0 + 2.4GHz radio (BLE or ANT+)
      • Integrated current measurement and motion detection
      • Low power consumption
      • Compact modular design
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        Description

        Seeed Tiny BLE is a Bluetooth Low Energy development board designed with low energy consumption and small size in mind. It's integrated with current measurement feature to provide real time energy consumption data, which is essential for developers to optimize software to design long battery life devices. It supports ARM mbed cloud-based IDE with an handy C/C++ SDK and a large number of open source libraries, which makes prototyping and development extremely easy.

        With its modular design, we can divide it into two parts - CMSIS DAP interface part and BLE part. The CMSIS DAP interface part is like the Swiss army knife. It provides drag-n-drop programming, CMSIS DAP debug, USB virtual serial port, current measurement and battery charging. The BLE part is built on the Nordic nRF51822 with Bluetooth Low Energy 2.4GHz multiprotocol radio and a 32 bit ARM Cortex-M0 core running 16MHz. MPU6050, a 6 DOF with 3D accelerometer and 3D gyroscope, is integrated to provide motion detect feature.


        If you want a quick start tutorial, see here


        Features

        • nRF51822: ARM Cortex-M0 + 2.4GHz radio (BLE or ANT+)

        • MPU-6050:3d accelemeter + 3d gyroscope

        • LPC11U35FHI33:CMSIS DAP

        • Current measurement

        • CN3065:battery charge

        • Power supply:USB/battery(3.5-4.2V)

        • Output voltage:3.3V

        • 4 I/Os, all can be used as analog input, digital input/output, I2C, SPI or UART

        • VCC output control


        Specification

        • Microcontroller: nRF51822QFAA; LPC11U35FHI33

        • Outline Dimension: 43.3mm x 29.0mm x 4.3mm

        • Power supply: USB/Battery


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        What is the name of the connector for the battery and/or does anybody know a link to a lipo battery with a connector that fits the connector of Tiny BLE ?

        on Oct 19,2016
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        The name of the battery connector is JST-1.0 Battery Holder.
        on Nov 28,2016 18:02 PM
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        Nicolae, it looks like this is a JST SH connector (SR is also compatible with SH), but I don't have one in-hand to be certain. Curiously, Seeed doesn't sell a battery with this connector, but there are places you can get the connector with a wire tail and splice it onto a LiPo.
        on Dec 15,2016 08:33 AM
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        Is BLE module FCC or IC certified ?

        on Oct 19,2016
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        Battery connector is JST 2P-1.0-90D

        on Oct 19,2016
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        If I divide the panel, Can I use the CMSIS-DAP module to other devices? (eg. an another nrf51822 Boards)

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>Yes, you can ever program other ARM MCUs with SWD in Keil or IAR.</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:50 AM
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        MPU-9150 or MPU-9250 or MPU-9255 would be more useful together with ARM Cortex M4 or better...this way it is just a toy that will drift over time :-/

        on Oct 19,2016
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        <p>MPU-9250 would indeed be interesting, but for Cortex M4, if you want to <br>keep a certain level of integration/power consuption, you have to wait <br>nRF52, expected to be released on Q4 '15.</p>
        on Oct 20,2016 10:51 AM
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