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Protocols Bluetooth 5.2 Low Energy, Thread, Zigbee 3.0, Matter RAM (KB) 152 Type Wireless MCU Features LE 1M PHY, LE 2M PHY, LE Coded PHY (long range), Direction finding, Bluetooth mesh, Zigbee coordinator, Zigbee network processor, Sleepy end device, Border router, OAD GPIO 31 Peripherals 2 SPI, 2 comparators, 4 timers, 8-bit DAC, I2C, I2S, Sensor controller Security Device identity, Debug security, Secure boot, Secure firmware update, Crypto acceleration (RNG, AES, SHA, ECC) Sensitivity (best) (dBm) -104 Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 105 Rating Catalog
Protocols Bluetooth 5.2 Low Energy, Thread, Zigbee 3.0, Matter RAM (KB) 152 Type Wireless MCU Features LE 1M PHY, LE 2M PHY, LE Coded PHY (long range), Direction finding, Bluetooth mesh, Zigbee coordinator, Zigbee network processor, Sleepy end device, Border router, OAD GPIO 31 Peripherals 2 SPI, 2 comparators, 4 timers, 8-bit DAC, I2C, I2S, Sensor controller Security Device identity, Debug security, Secure boot, Secure firmware update, Crypto acceleration (RNG, AES, SHA, ECC) Sensitivity (best) (dBm) -104 Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 105 Rating Catalog
VQFN (RGZ) 48 VQFN (RGZ) 48 49 mm² 7 x 7

Wireless microcontroller

  • Powerful 48-MHz Arm® Cortex®-M4F processor
  • 704KB flash program memory
  • 256KB of ROM for protocols and library functions
  • 8KB of cache SRAM
  • 144KB of ultra-low leakage SRAM with parity for high-reliability operation
  • Dynamic multiprotocol manager (DMM) driver
  • Programmable radio includes support for 2-(G)FSK, 4-(G)FSK, MSK, Bluetooth® 5.2 Low Energy, IEEE 802.15.4 PHY and MAC
  • Supports over-the-air upgrade (OTA)

Ultra-low power sensor controller

  • Autonomous MCU with 4KB of SRAM
  • Sample, store, and process sensor data
  • Fast wake-up for low-power operation
  • Software defined peripherals; capacitive touch, flow meter, LCD

Low power consumption

  • MCU consumption:
    • 3.10 mA active mode, CoreMark
    • 65 µA/MHz running CoreMark
    • 0.9 µA standby mode, RTC, 144KB RAM
    • 0.1 µA shutdown mode, wake-up on pin
  • Ultra low-power sensor controller consumption:
    • 29.2 µA in 2 MHz mode
    • 799 µA in 24 MHz mode
  • Radio Consumption:
    • 6.4 mA RX
    • 7.3 mA TX at 0 dBm
    • 9.7 mA TX at +5 dBm

Wireless protocol support

High performance radio

  • -104 dBm for Bluetooth® Low Energy 125-kbps
  • Output power up to +5 dBm with temperature compensation

Regulatory compliance

  • Suitable for systems targeting compliance with these standards:
    • ETSI EN 300 328, EN 300 440 Cat. 2 and 3
    • FCC CFR47 Part 15
    • ARIB STD-T66

MCU peripherals

  • Digital peripherals can be routed to any GPIO
  • Four 32-bit or eight 16-bit general-purpose timers
  • 12-bit ADC, 200 kSamples/s, 8 channels
  • 8-bit DAC
  • Two comparators
  • Programmable current source
  • Two UART, two SSI, I2C, I2S
  • Real-time clock (RTC)
  • Integrated temperature and battery monitor

Security enablers

  • AES 128- and 256-bit cryptographic accelerator
  • ECC and RSA public key hardware accelerator
  • SHA2 Accelerator (full suite up to SHA-512)
  • True random number generator (TRNG)

Development tools and software

Operating range

  • On-chip buck DC/DC converter
  • 1.8-V to 3.8-V single supply voltage
  • -40 to +105°C

Package

  • 7-mm × 7-mm RGZ VQFN48 (31 GPIOs)
  • RoHS-compliant package

Wireless microcontroller

  • Powerful 48-MHz Arm® Cortex®-M4F processor
  • 704KB flash program memory
  • 256KB of ROM for protocols and library functions
  • 8KB of cache SRAM
  • 144KB of ultra-low leakage SRAM with parity for high-reliability operation
  • Dynamic multiprotocol manager (DMM) driver
  • Programmable radio includes support for 2-(G)FSK, 4-(G)FSK, MSK, Bluetooth® 5.2 Low Energy, IEEE 802.15.4 PHY and MAC
  • Supports over-the-air upgrade (OTA)

Ultra-low power sensor controller

  • Autonomous MCU with 4KB of SRAM
  • Sample, store, and process sensor data
  • Fast wake-up for low-power operation
  • Software defined peripherals; capacitive touch, flow meter, LCD

Low power consumption

  • MCU consumption:
    • 3.10 mA active mode, CoreMark
    • 65 µA/MHz running CoreMark
    • 0.9 µA standby mode, RTC, 144KB RAM
    • 0.1 µA shutdown mode, wake-up on pin
  • Ultra low-power sensor controller consumption:
    • 29.2 µA in 2 MHz mode
    • 799 µA in 24 MHz mode
  • Radio Consumption:
    • 6.4 mA RX
    • 7.3 mA TX at 0 dBm
    • 9.7 mA TX at +5 dBm

Wireless protocol support

High performance radio

  • -104 dBm for Bluetooth® Low Energy 125-kbps
  • Output power up to +5 dBm with temperature compensation

Regulatory compliance

  • Suitable for systems targeting compliance with these standards:
    • ETSI EN 300 328, EN 300 440 Cat. 2 and 3
    • FCC CFR47 Part 15
    • ARIB STD-T66

MCU peripherals

  • Digital peripherals can be routed to any GPIO
  • Four 32-bit or eight 16-bit general-purpose timers
  • 12-bit ADC, 200 kSamples/s, 8 channels
  • 8-bit DAC
  • Two comparators
  • Programmable current source
  • Two UART, two SSI, I2C, I2S
  • Real-time clock (RTC)
  • Integrated temperature and battery monitor

Security enablers

  • AES 128- and 256-bit cryptographic accelerator
  • ECC and RSA public key hardware accelerator
  • SHA2 Accelerator (full suite up to SHA-512)
  • True random number generator (TRNG)

Development tools and software

Operating range

  • On-chip buck DC/DC converter
  • 1.8-V to 3.8-V single supply voltage
  • -40 to +105°C

Package

  • 7-mm × 7-mm RGZ VQFN48 (31 GPIOs)
  • RoHS-compliant package

The SimpleLink™ CC2652R7 device is a multiprotocol 2.4-GHz wireless microcontroller (MCU) supporting Thread, Zigbee , Matter, Bluetooth 5.2 Low Energy, IEEE 802.15.4g, IPv6-enabled smart objects (6LoWPAN), TI 15.4-Stack (2.4 GHz), and concurrent multiprotocol through a Dynamic Multiprotocol Manager (DMM) driver. The CC2652R7 is based on an Arm® Cortex® M4F main processor and optimized for low-power wireless communication and advanced sensing in grid infrastructure, building automation, retail automation, personal electronics and medical applications.

The CC2652R7 has a software defined radio powered by an Arm® Cortex® M0, which allows support for multiple physical layers and RF standards. The device supports operation in the 2360 to 2500-MHz frequency band. PHY and frequency switching can be done runtime through a dynamic multiprotocol manager (DMM) driver. The CC2652R7 supports +5 dBm TX at 9.7 mA in the 2.4-GHz band. CC2652R7 has a receive sensitivity of -104 dBm for 125-kbps Bluetooth® Low Energy Coded PHY.

The CC2652R7 has a low sleep current of 0.9 µA with RTC and 144KB RAM retention. In addition to the main Cortex® M4F processor, the device also has an autonomous ultra-low power Sensor Controller CPU with fast wake-up capability. As an example, the sensor controller is capable of 1-Hz ADC sampling at 1-µA system current.

The CC2652R7 has Low SER (Soft Error Rate) FIT (Failure-in-time) for long operational lifetime. Always-on SRAM parity minimizes risk for corruption due to potential radiation events. Consistent with many customers’ 10 to 15 years or longer life cycle requirements, TI has a product life cycle policy with a commitment to product longevity and continuity of supply.

The CC2652R7 device is part of the SimpleLink™ MCU platform, which consists of Wi-Fi®, Bluetooth® Low Energy, Thread, Zigbee, Wi-SUN®, Amazon Sidewalk, mioty®, Sub-1 GHz MCUs, and host MCUs. CC2652R7 is part of a scalable portfolio with flash sizes from 32KB to 704KB with pin-to-pin compatible package options. The common SimpleLink™CC13xx and CC26xx Software Development Kit (SDK) and SysConfig system configuration tool supports migration between devices in the portfolio. A comprehensive number of software stacks, application examples and SimpleLink™ Academy training sessions are included in the SDK. For more information, visit wireless connectivity.

The SimpleLink™ CC2652R7 device is a multiprotocol 2.4-GHz wireless microcontroller (MCU) supporting Thread, Zigbee , Matter, Bluetooth 5.2 Low Energy, IEEE 802.15.4g, IPv6-enabled smart objects (6LoWPAN), TI 15.4-Stack (2.4 GHz), and concurrent multiprotocol through a Dynamic Multiprotocol Manager (DMM) driver. The CC2652R7 is based on an Arm® Cortex® M4F main processor and optimized for low-power wireless communication and advanced sensing in grid infrastructure, building automation, retail automation, personal electronics and medical applications.

The CC2652R7 has a software defined radio powered by an Arm® Cortex® M0, which allows support for multiple physical layers and RF standards. The device supports operation in the 2360 to 2500-MHz frequency band. PHY and frequency switching can be done runtime through a dynamic multiprotocol manager (DMM) driver. The CC2652R7 supports +5 dBm TX at 9.7 mA in the 2.4-GHz band. CC2652R7 has a receive sensitivity of -104 dBm for 125-kbps Bluetooth® Low Energy Coded PHY.

The CC2652R7 has a low sleep current of 0.9 µA with RTC and 144KB RAM retention. In addition to the main Cortex® M4F processor, the device also has an autonomous ultra-low power Sensor Controller CPU with fast wake-up capability. As an example, the sensor controller is capable of 1-Hz ADC sampling at 1-µA system current.

The CC2652R7 has Low SER (Soft Error Rate) FIT (Failure-in-time) for long operational lifetime. Always-on SRAM parity minimizes risk for corruption due to potential radiation events. Consistent with many customers’ 10 to 15 years or longer life cycle requirements, TI has a product life cycle policy with a commitment to product longevity and continuity of supply.

The CC2652R7 device is part of the SimpleLink™ MCU platform, which consists of Wi-Fi®, Bluetooth® Low Energy, Thread, Zigbee, Wi-SUN®, Amazon Sidewalk, mioty®, Sub-1 GHz MCUs, and host MCUs. CC2652R7 is part of a scalable portfolio with flash sizes from 32KB to 704KB with pin-to-pin compatible package options. The common SimpleLink™CC13xx and CC26xx Software Development Kit (SDK) and SysConfig system configuration tool supports migration between devices in the portfolio. A comprehensive number of software stacks, application examples and SimpleLink™ Academy training sessions are included in the SDK. For more information, visit wireless connectivity.

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* Data sheet CC2652R7 SimpleLink™ Multiprotocol 2.4 GHz Wireless MCU datasheet (Rev. A) 30 Nov 2021
* Errata CC2652R7 Silicon Errata (Rev. A) 30 Nov 2021
Application note TI Bluetooth® Mesh Software Product Brief 17 Dec 2021
Application note How to Certify Your Bluetooth Product (Rev. H) 30 Nov 2021
User guide CC13x2x7 and CC26x2x7 Technical Reference Manual 24 Nov 2021
Application note Hardware Migration to CC2652R7 and CC2652P7 10 Nov 2021
Application note Hardware Migration From CC26x0 to CC26x2R (Rev. D) 23 Aug 2021
Application note CC2538/CC26x0/CC26x2 Serial Bootloader Interface (Rev. D) 19 Aug 2021
Technical article Seamlessly connect your world with 16 new wireless MCUs for the 2.4-GHz and Sub-1-GHz bands 04 Jun 2021
Selection guide Wireless Connectivity Technology Selection Guide (Rev. A) 27 May 2021
Application note Dynamic Multi-protocol Manager (DMM) Tech Note (Rev. A) 13 May 2021
White paper Dynamic Multi-Protocol (DMM) Performance 21 Apr 2021
White paper Exploring Thread and Zigbee for home and building automation 12 Apr 2021
Application note Bluetooth Low Energy – Invalid Connection Request (SweynTooth) (Rev. A) 17 Jul 2020
Application note CC13xx/CC26xx Hardware Configuration and PCB Design Considerations (Rev. E) 19 Jun 2020
Application note Variable Time Tag Comparison on SimpleLink™ Devices 05 Jun 2020
Application note Bluetooth Low Energy, Basic Rate/Enhanced Data Rate – Method Confusion Pairing V 18 May 2020
Application note CE Regulations for SRDs Operating in License-Free 2.4GHz/5GHz Bands-WiFi Devices 15 Apr 2020
Application note Cloning Z-Stack Network Properties Using the SimpleLink Wireless MCU Family 31 Mar 2020
Application note SimpleLink WLAN Access Point (Rev. A) 16 Mar 2020
Application note Z-Stack Large Mesh Network Performance Using the SimpleLink™ Wireless MCU Family (Rev. B) 05 Feb 2020
Application note Cryptographic Performance and Energy Efficiency on SimpleLink CC13x2/CC26x2 MCUs 28 Jan 2020
Application note Ultra-Low Power Sensing Applications With CC13x2/CC26x2 (Rev. B) 27 Jan 2020
White paper Simple and efficient software development with the SimpleLink™ MCU platform (Rev. E) 06 Dec 2019
White paper Exploring IoT wireless connectivity in mechanical shock and vibration environme 07 Nov 2019
White paper Deep dive into the tools and development kits of the SimpleLink™ MCU platform (Rev. B) 25 Sep 2019
Application note Running Bluetooth® Low Energy on CC2640 Without 32 kHz Crystal (Rev. C) 23 Sep 2019
More literature Understanding security features for SimpleLink™ Zigbee CC13x2 and CC26x2 Wireles 17 Jun 2019
Application note What's New in Zigbee 3.0 (Rev. A) 06 Jun 2019
Application note Bluetooth® Low Energy Tree Structure Network 29 May 2019
Application note Z-Stack End Dev Pwr Cons Measuremen w/ the SimpleLink™ Wireless MCU Family (Rev. B) 17 May 2019
Application note Secure Boot in SimpleLink™ CC13x2/CC26x2 Wireless MCUs 15 Apr 2019
White paper SimpleLink Crystal-Less Wireless MCU based on TI BAW technology 18 Feb 2019
More literature Out-of-box star-network solution: TI 15.4-Stack 14 Jan 2019
Application note Measuring CC13xx and CC26xx current consumption (Rev. D) 10 Jan 2019
Application note RF PCB Simulation Cookbook 09 Jan 2019
More literature Meet the SimpleLink™ Sensor Controller 04 Jan 2019
More literature Time Multiplexing: Concurrent Multi-standard Operation 03 Jan 2019
White paper Migrating your proprietary solution to the SimpleLink™ WMCU 07 Nov 2018
More literature Electronic Smart Locks: Ultra-low power and Multi-Standard operation 05 Nov 2018
Technical article An out-of-the-box Internet of Things: building a seamless and secure smart home network 12 Jun 2018
Technical article Thread vs. Zigbee – what’s the difference? 16 May 2018
Technical article Your microcontroller deserves a nap – designing “sleepy” wireless applications 28 Mar 2018
Application note Low-Power ADC Solution for CC13x2 and CC26x2 02 Mar 2018
White paper Thread and Zigbee for home and building automation 01 Mar 2018
Application note Ultra-Low Power Designs With the CC13x2 and CC26x2 Sensor Controller 27 Feb 2018
Application note Use of Low-power Zigbee® and Thread With the SimpleLink™ Wireless MCU Family 27 Feb 2018
Application note Sensor Sequencing Using the CC13x2 and CC26x2 Sensor Controller 05 Mar 2017

Design & development

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Evaluation board

LAUNCHXL-CC26X2R1 — SimpleLink™ multi-standard CC26x2R wireless MCU LaunchPad™ development kit

This LaunchPad™ is used to speed development with the SimpleLink Bluetooth® low energy CC2642R wireless MCU and the SimpleLink Multi-Standard CC2652R wireless MCU with support for Bluetooth, Zigbee® and Thread. Software support is provided by the CC13X2-CC26X2 software development kit (SDK).

Development kit

LP-CC2652R7 — CC2652R7 LaunchPad™ development kit for SimpleLink™ multi-standard wireless MCU

This LaunchPad™ is used to speed development with the SimpleLink™ Multi-Standard CC2652R7 wireless MCU with support for Bluetooth®, Zigbee® and Thread.  Software support is provided by the SimpleLink CC13XX-CC26XX software development kit (SDK).

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The SimpleLink™ CC13xx and CC26xx software development kit (SDK) provides a comprehensive software package for the development of Sub-1 GHz and 2.4 GHz applications including support for Bluetooth® Low Energy, Mesh, Zigbee®, Thread, 802.15.4-based, proprietary, and multiprotocol solutions on (...)
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CCSTUDIO-WCS — Code Composer Studio™ integrated development environment (IDE) for wireless connectivity

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