Industry 4.0 NFC and Bluetooth® Low Energy User Interface Reference Design for IoT Metering
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This reference design highlights the capabilities of our CC2640 Wireless MCU and RF430 NFC transponder in enabling the Internet of Things (IoT) for Industrial test equipment. It demonstrates Bluetooth® low energy connectivity between the CC2640 and an Android™ device, as well as automated pairing using NFC. This design enables Android devices to interface with the TIDA-01012 wireless DMM (WDMM) reference design and illustrates how the human-machine interface can be easily enhanced, adding meaningful features and significantly lowering product costs associated with metering using our wireless connectivity solutions.

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  • Replaces the input and output user interface subsystem of WDMM with an Android device, which minimizes board size and cost
  • Enables BLE connectivity between CC2640 and Android
  • Automated BLE pairing using NFC dynamic interface
  • Graphical display provides ability to graph AC and DC measurements vs time
  • Available source code makes it easy for developers to create their own app for wireless meters
  • This design provides fundamental development theories to guide users through source code generation and optimization, and includes sample source code, testing, and getting started guide.

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  • WDMM Android source code
  • Android app, downloadable from Google Play Store


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WDMM Android Source Code for TIDC-01012


ACTIVE v1.0.0   17-OCT-2016  

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Part Number Name Product Family Sample & Buy Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
CC2640  SimpleLink™ 32-bit Arm Cortex-M3 Bluetooth® Low Energy wireless MCU with 128kB Flash  Wireless connectivity  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules
RF430CL330H  Dynamic Dual Interface NFC Transponder  Wireless connectivity  Sample & Buy View Design Kits & Evaluation Modules

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PDF 484 12 Dec 2016
Design files (6)
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ZIP 1021 15 Dec 2016
ZIP 1908 15 Dec 2016
PDF 1928 15 Dec 2016
PDF 639 15 Dec 2016
PDF 174 15 Dec 2016
PDF 589 15 Dec 2016
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