A BT4.1 & BT4.2 module maker based on Nordic nRF51 & nRF52 solution
(nRF51822 & nRF51422 & nRF52832 & nRF51802)
The nRF51824 is qualified to the automotive AEC-Q100 stress test qualification for integrated circuits and delivers the same flexible feature range and performance as Nordic’s highly successful nRF51822 SoC
Nordic Semiconductor today announces the immediate availability of the nRF51824 Bluetooth® low energy (formerly Bluetooth Smart) SoC for the latest connected car intelligent automotive applications and wireless in-car charging.
The nRF51824 is qualified to the automotive AEC-Q100 stress test qualification for integrated circuits, and delivers the same flexible feature range and performance as Nordic’s highly successful and field-proven nRF51822 Bluetooth low energy SoC (256kB Flash and 16kB RAM variant) upon which the nRF51824 is based.
“The world of automotive is evolving rapidly towards the emergence of the connected car, and connected in-car ecosystems” says John Leonard, Product Marketing Manager at Nordic Semiconductor. “This will expand from Bluetooth enabled smartphones and tablets being wirelessly linked to in-car user interfaces to having a vast array of other factory-fitted elements being made wirelessly controllable and configurable.
“This will lead to connected in-vehicle ecosystems that contain ‘swarms of wireless sensors’ for driving experience enhancement, safety, and diagnostics. Examples will include intelligent seats, intelligent steering wheels, remote keyless entry [RKE] systems, intelligent mirrors, infotainment systems, and intelligent accident or incident proximity reporting. It also brings exciting opportunities for after-market equipment suppliers to deliver innovative in-car systems that communicate with each other and with smart mobile devices. The nRF51824 is the world’s most powerful automotive qualified Bluetooth low energy SoC and as such is very well suited to these application demands”
Under-the-hood systems could also benefit from Bluetooth wireless functionality, because this would enable manufacturers to reduce the cost and weight of traditional cable looms to offer simpler factory assembly, maintenance, and replacement, plus increased fuel economy.