Ultra Low Power Wi-Fi SoC for battery powered IoT devices
The DA16200 SoC is the world's first Wi-Fi SoC delivering year plus battery life for always connected Wi-Fi IoT devices. DA16200 is low power Wi-Fi networking SoC that delivers a dramatic breakthrough in battery life even for devices that are continuously connected to the Wi-Fi network. In most applications, one year plus battery life is achievable. There is no tradeoff in output power or range as the SoC’s range is industry leading. The chip also features very strong IoT security, including WPA3 and TLS for authentication and encryption at Wi-Fi and higher stack layers. The DA16200 is a full offload device, meaning the the entire Wi-Fi and TCP/IP networking stack and even end product application code can run on chip with no external CPU or MCU required. Alternatively, a small inexpensive MCU can send the DA16200 commands and the SoC will still perform the full offload networking stack functions.
The DA16200 modules are the perfect complement to the DA16200 ultra low power Wi-Fi SoC.
20 MHz channels
Three sleep modes
Cortex M4F processor
Hardware encryption engine
Integrated PA and LNA
Hostless or hosted mode
Low power Wi-Fi
Enables year-plus battery life for most applications
Strong security at Wi-Fi layer
Strong security at upper stack layers
Long battery life even when continously connected
Full offload, runs entire stack on chip
Run without any external CPU or MCU
Otpionally can run with external MCU
Multiple sleep modes for different applications
Available as SoC or module
Processes analog or digital sensor info on chip
Video door bells
Other wireless sensors
Garage door openers
QFN-48 (6 x 6 x 0.9 mm)
FcCSP-72 (3.8 x 3.8 x 0.68mm)
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The Promise of the Smart Home
1 week ago
DA16200MOD-AAC4WA32 pinoutPosted by tjoseph1 45 points 3 replies
In [DA16200MOD_Datasheet_Rev3v1.pdf], section 4.1, "Pin-out Description (37 pins)" (Page 11), the following pins are exposed in the DA16200MOD module.
Pin# F_SO,  F_SI,  F_WP,  F_HOLD,  F_CS , F_CLK.
As per [DA16200_Module_191030.pdf], which is part of [DA16200_EVB_Schematic_v9.0.zip], these pins are directly connected to the 4MB onboard Flash.
My questions are:
1. Are the above 6 pins of any interest for a "maker" unless he wants to access the Flash<=>DA16200 bus ?
2. When I roll out my own board, do I have to have pcb pads for these 6 pins with "no connection" ? It may pickup some noise..
Going through all the PDFs on the DA16200MOD hardware implementation, it is only a day since I started. So I may sound stupid :)