- Adds JTAG debug capability to your SensorTag for software development
- Includes a free license of Code Composer Studio™
- Includes pads for three Grove connectors
- Micro-USB powered
- The SensorTag and DevPacks are designed for commercial temperature range (0-50C) and power from SensorTag battery supply voltage (3V nominal voltage) or a standard Micro-USB cable
- User Guide
*Only compatible with CC2650STK and CC1350STK
Build your own DevPack
DevPack plug-in modules allow you to extend the functionality of your SensorTag and add features including display, lighting, capacitive touch, new sensors and much more.
If you cannot find a specific DevPack to fit your needs, we have made it easy for you to make your own. Use the resources here to start your development today and get support from the community to take your idea from concept to PCB to prototype in a few easy steps.
Start by downloading the Build Your Own DevPack Guide. This zip file contains useful resources to help you build your own DevPack from scratch. Initially there will only be support for DevPack design files in Cadence. More formats, including Eagle, will be supported in the future.
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Coming up with a solid design on your own can be tough, but luckily there are many online communities that can help. Before you begin manufacturing your DevPack, get some feedback from other experienced designers on the sites listed below. They are happy to give you tips on how to improve and optimize your design so that your new creation performs exactly as you want.
TI E2E Community
TI’s online forum is good for asking specific questions about all TI parts and products.http://e2e.ti.com/support/wireless_connectivity/
Ask questions and see what other users are designing on the element14 Design Center.http://www.element14.com/community/community/designcenter
TI Design Network
The TI Design Network is a worldwide community of respected, well-established companies offering products and services that complement TI's semiconductor device solutions.http://www.ti.com/devnet/docs/catalog/searchcatalog.tsp
Printed Circuit Board (PCB)
There are many affordable PCB manufacturers that you can hire to create your DevPack. There are many factors to consider when making PCBs, including lead time, the location of the factory, price, layering options, color options and other details. Research which fabs will cater to your needs the best.
You can use this handy design guide from PCB Assembly Express to help in your PCB design:PCB Assembly Express Design Guide
PCB Assembly Express
Build a DevPack for a flat rate plus the cost of components.http://pcbassemblyexpress.com
An affordable board manufacturer based in China.http://elecrow.com/
Affordable board manufacturer selling through the Seeed Studio channel.http://seeedstudio.com/propagate
Community-printed circuit boards with pricing based on size. Made in the USA.http://oshpark.com/