TI’s Bluetooth® low energy solutions

A universal low-power wireless standard to easily connect any product to a smartphone or tablet

Lowest-power for longest range

Leverage the low-power capabilities of the SimpleLink™ Bluetooth low energy wireless MCUs

Fully qualified Bluetooth 5 stack

Leverage TI’s flexible Bluetooth 5 protocol stack today to develop your product

Extensive worldwide development support

Comprehensive training and videos including reference designs and development kits

Why TI for Bluetooth 5?

Bluetooth® low energy is a universal low-power wireless standard that makes it easy to connect any product to a smartphone or tablet. Bluetooth 5 is furthering the evolution of Bluetooth low energy from personal area networks to industrial and emerging automotive use-cases. TI’s SimpleLink Bluetooth low energy wireless microcontrollers are highly flexible, integrated, and can be tailored for multi-year battery-powered or even battery-less systems to achieve maximum innovation.

  1. Leverage the industry’s smallest Bluetooth 5 solution
  2. Start developing with Bluetooth 5 today! Learn more about high speed mode
  3. Achieve the longest range for lowest power: The theory behind Bluetooth 5 long range
  4. Rapidly develop with TI’s cloud-based software development tools
SimpleLink CC2640R2F wireless MCU

SimpleLink CC2640R2F wireless MCU

Wireless microcontroller (MCU) targeting Bluetooth 4.2 and Bluetooth 5 low-energy applications.

Wireless MCU product offering

CC2640x

CC254x

Bluetooth standard Bluetooth 5, Bluetooth 4.x Bluetooth 4.0
Product family highlights Smallest Bluetooth 5 solution
Longest range for lowest power
RTOS enabled power management
Proven and robust
Widely deployed
Cost optimized
Non-volatile memory 275KB including 128KB flash 128KB or 256KB flash
CPU type ARM®Cortex®-M3 8051
High temperature version CC2640R2F-Q1 CC2540T
Automotive qualified version CC2640R2F-Q1 CC2541-Q1
Integrated USB CC2540
Module available TI Module: CC2650MODA
3rd party module
3rd party module
Getting started steps with CCS
Getting started steps with IAR

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