Microchip RN4020 development board for prototyping and developmentDesigned by Hadley Research, Ships from United States of America
What is it? The Hadley Research RN4020 breakout board is a populated board used to breakout the RN4020 BLE module from Microchip Technology. The board is breadboard compatible, and all signals are ...Read More…
The Hadley Research RN4020 breakout board is a populated board used to breakout the RN4020 BLE module from Microchip Technology. The board is breadboard compatible, and all signals are broken out for maximum versatility, and the board provides two LEDs to indicate device power status (wake vs. sleep) and device connection status. Tutorials for the RN4020 module are available at Hadley Research.
NOTE: By default, the board comes without the header pins soldered in. When ordering the board, please include a note to us if you want the pins soldered, specifying whether they should be soldered down (as shown) or up.
Many BLE boards are available on the internet (BlueGiga, nRF8001, etc.), but very few options are available for the RN4020. The RN4020 has a number of strengths (cost efficient, FCC precompliance certification, low learning curve) which merit greater breakout board options.
This board is more cost competitive and versatile compared to other currently available breakout boards for the RN4020.
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