Bluetooth 4.0/4.1 Low Energy ARM Cortex M0 Development board based on nRF51822 chip from NordicSemiDesigned by Armstart in Canada
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IB51822 is an mbed enabled Bluetooth 4.0/4.1 Low Energy ARM Cortex M0 Development board based on nRF51822 chip from NordicSemi. IB51822 runs in SUPER LOW POWER, which means you can power it with a ...Read More…
IB51822 is an mbed enabled Bluetooth 4.0/4.1 Low Energy ARM Cortex M0 Development board based on nRF51822 chip from NordicSemi. IB51822 runs in SUPER LOW POWER, which means you can power it with a coin battery for a couple of months! You can use it to make your own IoT projects like smart watches, step-counter, sleep tracker, smart home switches, Amazon dash-button, Beacon, and all kind of sensor projects like heart-rate sensor, brain wave sensor, muscle sensor, etc. There're so many ideas that can be achieved with IB51822.
It's designed with flexibility, easy to use with all pin-outs accessible for any requirements of project prototyping. IB51822 can be used to with a variety of smart phone, here's a list of devices that are known having the BLE supported:
iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6C and iPhone 6S. iPAD, iPAD2, iPAD mini.
When you bought IB51822, you will get not only IB51822 but also two essential tools: IBDAP and IBDAPC10J20 adapter. IB51822 programming is accomplished via IBDAP, which is an open software open hardware low cost CMSIS-DAP JTAG/SWD Debugger, while IBDAPC10J20 is a JTAG 10-pin to 20-pin header adapter, this little tool easily bridges the IB51822 debug interface to a tradition 20-pin JTAG header.
IB51822 is an mbed enabled development board, which means a lot more easier programming and prototyping, shorter development cycle and faster market release.
Step 1: Connect
Step 2: Compile (Windows, Linux or Mac)
Open one of your NordicSemi nRF51822 mbed project and click Compile and download hex file.
Step 3: Flash (Windows, Linux or Mac)
Open a Terminal and run OpenOCD (see below how to install):
$ openocd.exe -f ../scripts/interface/cmsis-dap.cfg -f ../scripts/target/nrf51.cfg
Open another Terminal and run:
``` $ telnet localhost 4444
flash write_image erase /file/path/to/downloaded/mbed/hex/file.hex 0x0
Schematic Download: https://s3.amazonaws.com/armstart/BLE/IB51822/IB51822_V0.2_SCH.pdf
PCB Assembly Info: https://s3.amazonaws.com/armstart/BLE/IB51822/IB51822_AD.pdf
For more details including How to install OpenOCD on Windows, Linux, Mac OS, please visit http://armstart.com/products/ib51822-bluetooth-low-energy-arm-cortex-nrf51822-development-board
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