nRFready Desktop 2 (not recommended for new designs)Reference design

Ideal starting point for wireless keyboard and mouse applications

The kit is a complete, fully documented, hardware and software reference design that allows for keyboard and mouse designs to be developed that can operate using Bluetooth® Low Energy and/or proprietary 2.4 GHz protocols such as Gazell.

Minimum requirements for Bluetooth Low Energy:
Windows 8 and Bluetooth 4.0 enabled PC (or available USB port).

Minimum requirements for Gazell/2.4 GHz:
Windows 7 or Windows 8, and available USB port.

Highlights:

  • Ultra-low power
  • Dual protocol
  • Bluetooth Low Energy
  • Gazell/2.4 GHz
  • NFC proximity pairing with hardware
  • Based on nRF51822 IC
  • Complete ANSI C-source code

Kit contains:

  • Dual protocol wireless keyboard
  • Dual protocol wireless mouse
  • Gazell/2.4 GHz USB dongle
  • Bluetooth 4.0 USB dongle
  • NFC reader USB dongle

nRF51 Development Kits

Overview

nRF51 DK

The nRF51 DK is a Bluetooth Low Energy, ANT and 2.4 GHz proprietary development kit for the nRF51 Series SoCs. Develop applications for the nRF51822, nRF51422, nRF51824 and nRF51802 SoCs.

nRF51 Dongle

The nRF51 Dongle is a Bluetooth Low Energy, ANT and 2.4 GHz proprietary USB development dongle for the nRF51 Series SoCs. Develop applications for the nRF51822, nRF51422 and nRF51824 SoCs.

Utilizing

nRF51822 SoC

nRF51822 SoC

General purpose Bluetooth Low Energy SoC ideal for single chip solutions or as a connectivity device.

16 MHz Cortex-M0
256/128 KB Flash, 32/16 KB RAM
2.4 GHz Transceiver
2 Mbps, 1 Mbps, 250 kbps
Bluetooth Low Energy
+4 dBm TX Power
128-bit AES CCM

UART, SPI, TWI

10-bit ADC

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