Our VirtualZero™ products are supported by development kits to help you create applications that exploit the unique benefits of the VirtualZero™ family to the fullest. These tools help you minimize your time to market.
Low Power Wi-Fi
VirtualZero™: A portfolio of highly integrated ultra-low power Wi-Fi systems on a chip (SoCs) and modules
Our ultra-low power Wi-Fi solutions are designed for IoT applications where long battery life, high RF performance, robust security and ease of application development are key market needs.
|DA16200||Ultra Low Power Wi-Fi SoC for battery powered IoT devices||Thermostats | Door locks | Security cameras | Video door bells | Temperature sensors | Smoke detectors | Other wireless sensors | Garage door openers | Pet trackers | Asset trackers | Home automation | Commercial | Industrial|
|DA16200 Modules||Ultra Low Power Wi-Fi modules for battery powered IoT devices||Thermostats | Door locks | Security cameras | Video door bells | Temperature sensors | Smoke detectors | Other wireless sensors | Garage door openers | Pet trackers | Asset trackers | Home automation | Commercial | Industrial | Residential|
|DA16600 Modules||Ultra Low Power Wi-Fi + BLE Combo modules for battery powered IoT devices||Thermostats | Door locks | Security cameras | Video door bells | Temperature sensors | Smoke detectors | Other wireless sensors | Garage door openers | Pet trackers | Asset trackers | Home automation | Commercial | Industrial | Residential|
|FC9000||Ultra Low Power Wi-Fi® SoC||Security Systems | Door Locks | Thermostats | Garage Door Openers | Blinds | Lighting Control | Home Appliances | Sprinkler Systems|
|FCM9000S||Ultra Low Power Wi-Fi SoC Module||Security Systems | Door Locks | Thermostats | Garage Door Openers | Blinds | Lighting Control | Home Appliances | Sprinkler Systems|
|HJ-DA16200||HJ-DA16200 is a highly integrated SiP Wi-Fi Module based on Dialog’s low power DA16200 system on chip||Wearables | Thermostats | Door locks | Security cameras | Video door bells | Temperature sensors | Smoke detectors | Other wireless sensors | Garage door openers | Pet trackers | Asset trackers | Home automation | Commercial | Industrial | Residential|
Dialog Semiconductor Achieves Industry’s Highest Ranking for IoTMark™-Wi-Fi Benchmark
Ultra-low power DA16200 Wi-Fi SoC has achieved the highest score on the EEMBC IoTMark™-Wi-Fi benchmark which confirms Dialog's leadership in the ultra-low-power Wi-Fi networking SoC market.
Dialog introduces FreeRToS support for its ultra-low power DA16200 SoC
Dialog has introduced FreeRToS support for the DA16200, the world’s lowest power Wi-Fi platform. Offering FreeRToS support allows IoT product makers to reduce their time to market by developing their next IoT product in a familiar environment while benefitting from the broad ecosystem of community, development tools and open-source resources.
Dialog Wi-Fi Provisioning App is available now on Google and Apple Stores
Dialog Semiconductor launches Wi-Fi Provisioning App, which is now available for use on Google and Apple Stores. A mobile application from Dialog Semiconductor works with Development kits supported by Dialog's DA16200 and DA16600 Wi-Fi SOC.
Dialog’s DA16200 wins China IoT Innovation Award 2020
Dialog’s DA16200 Wi-Fi SoC and modules has won the Communication Technology category at Elecfans’ annual China IoT Innovation Awards.
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Wi-Fi development made easy using Dialog's AT command set
Ultra Low Power Wi-Fi: A smart home alternative to Zigbee & Z Wave Webinar
Ultra-Low Power Wi-Fi: Battery life measured in years! Webinar
The Smart Home with DA16200
DA16200 Power measurement demonstration
Sensors, thermostats, and cloud-based control – why the future for HVAC is Wi-Fi
Module or SoC: what makes sense for your next Wi-Fi product Webinar
Smart Door Locks
Wi-Fi smart door locks are becoming increasingly popular in Smart Homes. In a typical smart lock, the high current motor and Wi-Fi are the key sources of battery drainage. As a result, the battery only lasts up to a few weeks. Replacing batteries on regular basis is time consuming, costly and it negatively impacts the user perception of the product quality. Dialog DA16200 is the world’s first Wi-Fi SoC that enables 1+ year battery life for smart door locks solving one of the key technology hurdles for door lock makers.
Smart Home starts at the smart door. Doorbells are the gateway to a smarter and safer home. Smart doorbells combine technology and the traditional doorbell enabling a range of use cases such as motion detection-based notifications, automated recording of the video footage, and remote parcel delivery. Doorbells can connect with other smart home devices to provide control and convenience while making the home safer. Dialog’s Wi-Fi platform provides industry-leading battery life for battery-powered doorbell applications without compromising on the range and wireless signal quality.
Smart thermostats provide comfort to smart homeowners by adjusting the temperature intelligently while reducing the energy bill and environmental footprint. Dialog Wi-Fi products have been adopted by leading thermostat makers because of their long battery life, reliability, and range characteristics.
The vision of the smart home is coming together and home appliances are its integral part. Connected appliances such as air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines, dishwashers, and dryers allow users to remotely check their status and control their operation. Connectivity allows devices to be more power-efficient and environmentally friendly. More advanced operations such as predictive maintenance can allow repairmen to come to customer premises even before the appliance failure. Refills for consumables e.g. dishwashing soap can be ordered automatically before the previous ones run out of stock. Dialog offers the most secure and reliable Wi-Fi products for home appliance makers. Our low power chips allow appliance makers to build energy-efficient appliances while our support teams ensure that customers get the support they need at each step in the product design and manufacturing process to create differentiated products.
Smart IoT Sensors
Billions of wireless IoT sensors are expected to be deployed in the next few years. These everyday IoT sensors such as smart plugs and switches, garage door operators, smart lights, and fire/smoke detectors will become smarter through low-cost IoT technologies such as wireless transmitters and receivers. But transmitting and receiving data continuously is energy consuming and most IoT sensors will be battery operated. This interesting technology challenge is resolved by Dialog VirtualZero™ technology that enables low-cost, energy-efficient IoT sensors with multiple years of battery life depending on the application.
It takes an ecosystem to build the Internet of Things. Dialog establishes partnerships with innovative players in the industry to create disruptive products and services in IoT. Let's partner to build the future of IoT together!
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1 month ago
DA16200MOD-AAC4WA32 pinoutPosted by tjoseph1 205 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 :)