CC2650STK

SimpleLink™ Bluetooth low energy/Multi-standard SensorTag

CC2650STK

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Overview

The new SensorTag IoT kit invites you to realize your cloud-connected product idea. The new SensorTag now includes 10 low-power MEMS sensors in a tiny red package. And it is expandable with DevPacks to make it easy to add your own sensors or actuators.

 

Connect to the cloud with Bluetooth low energy and get your sensor data online in 3 minutes. The SensorTag is ready to use right out the box with an iOS and Android app, with no programming experience required to get started.

The new SensorTag is based on the CC2650 wireless MCU, offering 75% lower power consumption than previous Bluetooth low energy products. This allows the SensorTag to be battery powered, and offer years of battery lifetime from a single coin cell battery.

The Bluetooth low energy SensorTag includes iBeacon technology. This allows your phone to launch applications and customize content based on SensorTag data and physical location.

Additionally, the SensorTag can be enabled with ZigBee®/6LoWPAN technology.

  • More sensors!
    • Adds support for more low power sensors
    • 10 sensors including support for light, digital microphone, magnetic sensor, humidity, pressure, accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, object temperature, and ambient temperature
  • Lower power
    • Longer battery life from your coin cell and enabler of battery less applications
  • High performance ARM Cortex M3 (CC2650)
  • Cloud connectivity
    • Access and control your SensorTag from anywhere
    • Seamless integration with mobile apps
  • DevPacks allows you to expand the SensorTag to fit your designs
    • Interchangeable between all SensorTag types
  • Complete development system
    • Expandable with $15 debug DevPack
    • Code Composer Studio compiler license included
  • Extreme flexibility for IoT applications
    • Enable ZigBee or 6LoWPAN through a firmware upgrade
  • Pin-to-pin compatible with the SimpleLink Arm® Cortex®-M4F CC2642R and CC2652R Bluetooth Low Energy / multiprotocol 2.4 GHz wireless MCUs with 352kB Flash and 80 kB SRAM

  • Simplelink Bluetooth low energy SensorTag featuring the CC2650 wireless MCU
  • CR2032 battery
  • Quick Start Guide
  • iOS and Android app, downloadable from App Store and Google Play

Ambient light sensors
OPT3001 Digital ambient light sensor (ALS) with high-precision human-eye response

 

Bluetooth products
CC2640 SimpleLink™ 32-bit Arm Cortex-M3 Bluetooth® Low Energy wireless MCU with 128kB Flash CC2650 SimpleLink™ 32-bit Arm Cortex-M3 multiprotocol 2.4 GHz wireless MCU with 128kB Flash

 

Humidity sensors
HDC1000 Low Power, 3% Accuracy Digital Humidity Sensor with Integrated Temperature Sensor

 

Other wireless technologies
CC2620 SimpleLink™ 32-bit Arm Cortex-M3 Zigbee® RF4CE wireless MCU with 128kB Flash
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Important note

This product is in the process of being discontinued, but you may still purchase limited quantities for a limited time. Check out LPSTK-CC1352R - this evaluation kit and reference design is the latest battery-powered IoT wireless prototyping platform for Bluetooth Low Energy 5.1, Zigbee 3.0, Thread and Sub-1 GHz applications. This development kit supports prototyping of these applications on the SimpleLink CC13x2 and CC26x2 family of single-band and multi-band wireless MCUs offering 352kB of Flash and 80 kB of SRAM. Learn more >

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Development kit

CC2650STK – SimpleLink™ Bluetooth low energy/Multi-standard SensorTag

Support software

BLE Device Monitor (v2.9.0) (Rev. Q) – SWRC258Q.ZIP (34446KB)

Support software

Build Your Own Dev Pack (Rev. A) – SWRC306A.ZIP (774KB)

TI's Standard Terms and Conditions for Evaluation Items apply.

Design files

CC2650 SensorTag Schematic (Rev. C) SWRR134C.PDF (78 KB) CC2650 SensorTag BOM (Rev. C) SWRR135C.PDF (112 KB) CC2650 SensorTag 3D Files (Rev. A) SWRR138A.ZIP (7739 KB) CC2650 SensorTag Design Files (Rev. B) SWRC304B.ZIP (2018 KB)

Technical documentation

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More literature CC2650STK EU Declaration of Conformity (DoC) Jan. 02, 2019
More literature SimpleLink Ultra-low power wireless microcontroller platform (Rev. B) Oct. 28, 2016
White paper Bringing Wireless Scalability to Intelligent Sensing Applications (Rev. B) Aug. 25, 2016
More literature Allegion Case Study (Rev. A) Apr. 12, 2016
More literature CC2650RC Quick Start User's Guide Mar. 08, 2016
White paper A guide to SensorTag Hackathons: Resources Mar. 08, 2016
More literature CC2650 SensorTag Quick Start Guide (Rev. A) Feb. 16, 2016
Technical articles 10 steps to finish your Bluetooth low energy design Aug. 26, 2015
Technical articles Understanding wireless connectivity in industrial IoT applications Aug. 04, 2015
Technical articles How to quickly add Bluetooth Smart to your electricity power strip meter Jul. 23, 2015
Technical articles 9 reference designs to help you get started in the IoT this summer Jul. 23, 2015
E-book Understanding Wireless Connectivity in the Industrial IoT Jul. 22, 2015
More literature SimpleLink Bluetooth Smart CC2640 Wireless Microcontroller Feb. 10, 2015
More literature SimpleLink 6LoWPAN/ZigBee CC2630 Wireless Microcontroller Feb. 10, 2015

Related design resources

Hardware development

DEBUG PROBE
CC-DEVPACK-DEBUGSimpleLink SensorTag Debugger DevPack
DEVELOPMENT KIT
CC2650STK-RDSimpleLink™ Bluetooth Smart® SensorTag Reference Design
LAUNCHXL-CC2640R2SimpleLink™ Bluetooth® Low Energy CC2640R2 wireless MCU LaunchPad™ development kit

Software development

DRIVER OR LIBRARY
BLE-STACKBluetooth Low Energy software stack
IDE, CONFIGURATION, COMPILER OR DEBUGGER
CCSTUDIO-WCSCode Composer Studio™ integrated development environment (IDE) for wireless connectivity
SENSOR-CONTROLLER-STUDIOSensor Controller Studio
SOFTWARE PROGRAMMING TOOL
FLASH-PROGRAMMERSmartRF Flash Programmer

Design tools & simulation

CALCULATION TOOL
SMARTRFTM-STUDIOSmartRF Studio

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