SimpleLink ultra-low power wireless MCUs for Bluetooth low energy
Achieve multi-year coin cell battery life with CC2640 and CC2640R2F’s ultra low power MCU, radio, sleep current, and RTOS enabled automatic power management
Highly flexible software configurable radio with industry-leading range and future standards support
Unique sensor controller in small QFN and WCSP package options
|Best-in-class radio performance||yes||yes|
|Ultra-low-power software configurable radio||yes||yes|
|Ultra-low-power ARM® Cortex®-M3 application processor with Sensor Controller Engine||yes||yes|
|Full-featured Bluetooth 4.2 LE qualified software stack||yes||yes|
|Ideal for small BLE applications (40KB application code)||yes||yes|
|Ideal for medium BLE applications (80+KB application code)||no||yes|
|Bluetooth 4.2 protocol stack in ROM||no||yes|
|Future Bluetooth 5 SDK support||no||yes|
|Small size WCSP option (2.7mm x 2.7mm)||no||yes|
|Enhanced firmware upgrade capability||no||yes|
The CC2640 and CC2640R2F wireless microcontrollers currently support all the features of Bluetooth 4.2 and were designed with Bluetooth 5 in mind. Both devices have software configurable radios capable of new data rates and long range mode. TI’s Bluetooth 5 SDK will be released on CC2640R2F. Get ready to innovate with higher speeds, longer range, and increased broadcasting capacity.
The CC2640 and CC2640R2F are flexible to meet the needs of any design with the simple network processor and standalone wireless microcontroller options. The simple network processor mode makes it easy to add Bluetooth low energy to an existing MCU based system with TI’s sample application and driver source code included in the Software Development Kit.
Leverage the ability of TI’s royalty free Bluetooth low energy software stack to manage multiple connections using multi-role. This feature enables the CC2640 / CC2640R2F to simultaneously act in the central and peripheral role and can be used to design highly flexible advanced applications.
The CC2640 and CC2640R2F support multiple RF frontend options to optimize performance or cost. Leverage this flexibility to reduce the overall number of components in your system or maximize the device’s sensitivity and output power for the longest range. Reference designs are available for multiple RF frontend options to aid in decoupling and RF layout. See the description codes below to help select a reference design.
|RF options (Package)||Bias||RF Performance
Pout_max / Sensitivity
|# Passives in RF match||Reference Design|
|Differential RF (QFN)||External||5 dBm / -97 dBm||10|
|Internal||5 dBm / -96 dBm||19|
|Single-ended RF (QFN)||External||2 dBm / -96 dBm||5|
|Internal||2 dBm / -95 dBm||4|
|Single-ended RF (WCSP)||External||2 dBm / -96 dBm||4|
|Internal||2 dBm / -95 dBm||3|
Lower system power by utilizing the unique Sensor Controller Engine that is integrated in the CC2640 and CC2540R2F wireless MCUs. This is an autonomous system that can operate while the rest of the chip is in sleep mode to extend the battery life of your design. Learn how to implement this functionality with the SimpleLink academy training module called Sensor Controller Studio.
Leverage Bluetooth® 4.2 Core Specification to enable enriched privacy and secure pairing on the CC2640 and CC2640R2F wireless MCUs. These improvements are beneficial in health, medical, automotive, home and building automation applications. To implement these upgrades download the latest BLE-Stack.
The CC2640R2F LaunchPad kit makes it easy to start developing with the CC2640R2F wireless MCU which has more flash available for user application. This development kit is low-cost, features an on-board emulator and has access to all I/O signals with BoosterPack expansion kits to add additional functionality.
To quickly begin developing with the CC2640 wireless MCU order this easy-to-use, low-cost development kit with powerful functionality and on-board emulator. Pair with one of TI’s BoosterPacks to introduce more functions such as capacitive touch, LED lights and more.