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nRF52832System on chip

Versatile Bluetooth 5.2 SoC supporting Bluetooth Low Energy, Bluetooth mesh and NFC

The nRF52832 is a general-purpose multiprotocol SoC. It meets the challenges of a broad range of applications that need advanced Bluetooth® LE features, protocol concurrency and a rich and varied set of peripherals and features. In addition, it offers generous memory availability for both Flash and RAM.

The nRF52832 is multiprotocol capable with full protocol concurrency. It supports Bluetooth Low Energy, including the high-speed 2 Mbps feature. Bluetooth mesh can be run concurrently with Bluetooth LE, enabling smartphones to provision, commission, configure and control mesh nodes. NFC, ANT and 2.4 GHz proprietary protocols are also supported.

It is built around an Arm® Cortex™-M4 CPU with floating point unit running at 64 MHz. It has NFC-A Tag for use in simplified pairing and payment solutions. It has numerous digital peripherals and interfaces such as PDM and I2S for digital microphones and audio.

Exceptionally low energy consumption is achieved using a sophisticated on-chip adaptive power management system. 

Download PDFDownload nRF52832 SoC product brief [PDF]

Download zip fileDownload nRF52832 QFAx Reference Layout v1.1 [ZIP]

Download zip fileDownload nRF52832 CIAA Reference Layout v1.0 [ZIP]

Key features
  • 64 MHz Cortex-M4 with FPU
  • 512/256 KB Flash, 64/32 KB RAM
  • 2.4 GHz Transceiver
  • 2 Mbps, 1 Mbps
  • Bluetooth Low Energy
  • Bluetooth mesh
  • +4 dBm TX power
  • 128-bit AES
  • UART, SPI, TWI, PDM, I2S
  • PWM
  • 12-bit ADC
  • NFC-A

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Development kit

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The nRF52 DK is a Bluetooth LE and Bluetooth mesh development kit for the nRF52810 and nRF52832 SoCs.

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