nRFgo StudioDesktop application

Cross platform Bluetooth low energy development software

nRFgo Studio is a Desktop application for configuring and evaluating Nordic nRF24L-Series SoCs, nRF8000-Series and nRF51- and nRF52-Series SoCs.

The Nordic nRFgo Studio is a Windows® application that enables engineers to quickly explore and evaluate radio performance and functionality. The application supports a range of radio testing, including output power and sensitivity. Engineers can also easily configure and set-up the tests to match their own specific application requirements.

nRFgo Studio is designed to be used in conjunction with the Nordic nRFgo Starter Kit and Nordic nRFgo-compatible development kits. It supports auto detection of Nordic nRFgo motherboard and radio modules. It also support the nRF51 and nRF52 evaluation kits and programming nRF51 and nRF52 series devices through SEGGER J-Link®

nRFgo studio provides a visual editor for creating GATT clients (Profiles) and GATT Services for the nRF8001 and generating the nRF8001 Setup as a header file. The nRFgo studio is used to visually configure the nRF8002 and generate the configuration for the nRF8002. The nRFgo Studio features for nRF8001 and nRF8002 are standalone and do not require the Nordic nRFgo Starter kit.


Application features: 

  • Easy-to-use Windows® application for radio evaluation and testing
  • Radio output power and sensitivity testing
  • Supports auto detection of Nordic nRFgo motherboard and modules, nRF51 and nRF52 evaluation kits and SEGGER J-Link® devices
  • Visual Editor for nRF8001 and nRF8002


Contents of download :

  • Application Installer (.msi)
  • Documentation
Key Features
connected hardware
Radio output power
Radio sensitivity
Testing supported

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Choose your Desktop platform, license type and version (latest released version recommended)

Selected version

1.21.2 Win32


1.21.2 Win32

  • Bug-fix that allows you to recover nRF52-devices that are locked. 
  • This fix will also improve the stability of programming nRF5x-devices.