Bluey is a BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) development board with Temperature, Humidity, Ambient Light and Accelerometer sensors. Bluey uses the Nordic nRF52832 BLE SoC (System on a Chip) which has an ARM Cortex-M4F CPU and a 2.4 GHz radio that supports BLE and other proprietary wireless protocols. It also supports NFC, and in fact the board comes with a built-in NFC PCB antenna.
- Nordic nRF52832 QFAA BLE SoC (512k Flash / 64k RAM)
- TI HDC1010 Temperature/Humidity sensor
- APDS-9300-020 ambient light sensor
- ST Micro LSM6DS3 accelerometer
- CREE RGB LED
- CP2104 USB interface
- 2 push buttons
- Coin cell holder
- Micro SD slot
- 2.4 GHz PCB antenna
- NFC PCB antenna
Getting Started with Bluey
Bluey is Open Source Hardware, and we've developed a lot of interesting projects around it. To get started, read documentation and learn more, visit the bluey github repository .
Bluey is available for purchase from our Tindie store . We also provide discounts for bulk purchases. Do email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.=
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Bluey in the News
Nordic Semiconductor today announces that Indian electronics hardware developer, Electronut Labs, has selected Nordic’s award-winning nRF52832 Bluetooth® low energy System-on-Chip (SoC) for its ‘Bluey’ development board. The open-source development board is targeted at the hobbyists and makers with limited RF experience. - Nordic Semiconductor
Development boards are assistant tools that help engineers and enthusiasts to become familiarized with hardware development. They simplify the process of controlling and programming hardware, such as microcontrollers and microprocessors. Electronut Labs, an embedded systems consulting company, had produced its new BLE development board “Bluey” with a set of useful sensors and NFC support. - electronics-lab