RedBearLab nRF51822

RedbearLab nRF51822 is an integrated "ARM + BLE4.0" development board. We have integrated Nordic nRF51822 with Freescale MK20 into a single mbed and Arduino compatible board. It is targeted for makers, engineers and students to develop low power Internet-Of-Things (IoT) projects/prototypes quickly and easily.

For more detailed information, kindly visit RedBearLab nRF51822 product page.

Features

  • Arduino form factor
  • Nordic nRF51822 MCU
    • Low power ARM Cortex-M0 Core
    • 16MHz, 256KB Flash, 16KB RAM
    • SWD Interface for nRF51822
      • Debugging with offline IDE (e.g. Keil) using J-Link
      • Burn firmware using J-Link
  • External 32.768 KHz crystal
    • Lower power consumption (reduce 10uA compare to using internal crystal)
    • Required for RTC
  • Support Device Firmware Update (DFU) Over-the-Air via BLE
    • RedBearLab will provide DFU support for Windows & OS X
  • Freescale MK20 companion MCU
    • SWD Interface for MK20
  • mbed HDK & SDK enabled
    • Drag-n-drop programming
    • USB Serial Port
    • CMSIS-DAP
    • Online development tools
    • Easy to use C/C++ SDK
    • Lots of published libraries and projects


Pinout

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Interface Firmware

To upgrade the interface firmware (inside the MK20 chip):
1. Press and hold the reset button on your nRF51822 board
2. Connect it to an USB port of your PC
3. Release the button and the LED will keep flashing (slowly)
4.1 For Windows, just drag the new firmware to the MSD drive
4.2 For Linux or Mac OSX, use the follow command from the Terminal:

Quote:

dd if=src_firmware.bin of=/Volumes/BOOTLOADER/dst_firmware.bin conv=notrunc


5. The LED should keep flashing (very fast this time)
6. Remove the board from the USB port
7. Reconnect it to the USB port

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