The PAN1760 from Panasonic is a highly integrated Bluetooth® Low Energy module which provides for a much shorter development time and lower component count than implementations using discrete components.
The 15.6mm x 8.7mm x 1.8mm surface- mount PAN1760, which is based on the Toshiba TC35667 system-on-chip, includes a full-featured Bluetooth Low Energy radio and controller, 512kbit EEPROM, filter, antenna, a 26MHz oscillator, and ten GPIOs. It is supplied with an embedded Bluetooth v4.1 software stack, Generic Attribute (GATT) profile and high-level application programming interface. It supports both the Bluetooth Central and Peripheral modes.
The module, which has the ordering code ENW89847A1KF, provides designers with an easy way to implement the very low-power Bluetooth Low Energy wireless technology, which is becoming widely used in wireless sensor networks, health and fitness monitoring devices and many other applications.
Operating from a 1.8V to 3.6V power supply, the PAN1760 draws a peak current of just 5.4mA in Transmit and Receive modes. In Low-Power mode, the module draws a current of less than 1μA.
The PAN1760’s 512kbit EEPROM and 32kbyte RAM memories may be used to store application code, thus providing for autonomous operation without a host microcontroller. Applications using an MCU may connect to the PAN1760 via its UART interface.
The module is supplied with FCC, IC and CE approvals.
- -91dBm receiver sensitivity at 500kbits/s
- 0dBm maximum Transmit power
- Operating-temperature range: -40°C to 85°C
- Supports Bluetooth over-the-air update feature
- Supports Scatternet
- Wearable devices
- Medical diagnostic systems
- Sports and leisure equipment
- Mobile phone accessories
- Wireless sensors
- Consumer electronics
- Industrial sensors and measurement equipment