BT830 - Bluetooth v4.0 Dual-Mode UART HCI module

Compact (13 x 8.5mm) Class 1 Bluetooth UART HCI module offering support for both Classic Bluetooth and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE).

Leveraging the market-leading CSR 8811 chipset, the BT830 series provides exceptionally low power consumption with outstanding range. Supporting the latest Bluetooth v4.0 Specification with EDR (Enhanced Data Rate), the Laird BT830 series enables OEMs to accelerate their development time for leveraging either Classic Bluetooth or Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) into their operating system-based devices.

These modules present an HCI interface and have native support for Embedded Windows and Linux Bluetooth software stacks. All BT830 series devices are fully qualified by the Bluetooth SIG as a Hardware Controller Subsystem. This also allows designers to integrate their existing pre-approved Bluetooth Host and Profile subsystem stacks to gain a Bluetooth END product approval for their products.

The BT830 series is engineered to provide excellent RF performance with options for an integrated antenna or for an external antenna via a trace pin. Additionally, the modules have on-board band pass filters to further reduce the regulatory and testing requirements for OEMs, ensuring a hassle-free development cycle.

Features:

  • Bluetooth v4.0 - Dual Mode
  • Classic Bluetooth
  • Bluetooth Low Energy
  • Compact Footprint
  • Class 1 output 7 dBm
  • UART, GPIO, I2S, and PCM
  • Industrial Temperature Range
  • Bluetooth SIG approvals
  • FCC, IC, and CE approvals

For sales and technical development support from our in-house engineering team, please contact the Alpha Micro team.

  • Antenna Options
    SMT Pad (BT830-ST)
  • Applications
    Medical Devices, ePOS, Barcode Scanners, Industrial Cable Replacement, M2M connectivity, Automotive, Automotive Audio System, Fleet Management, GPS Tracker, Automation, Mobile Computers, Telematics, Test and Measurement
  • Bluetooth Version
    v4.0 Dual Mode
  • Connector Type
    SMT
  • Dimensions (L x W x H)
    13.00 x 8.50 x 1.60 mm (0.51 x 0.33 x 0.06 in)
  • Frequency
    2.402 - 2.480 GHz
  • Industries
    Automotive, Healthcare / Medical, Industrial / Production, Telecom
  • Logical Interfaces
    SMT
  • Max Transmit Power
    Class 1 (+7 dBm from antenna, +7 dBm from trace pin) Class 1 (+7 dBm from antenna, +7 dBm from trace pin)?
  • Product Line
    Bluetooth v4.0 Class 1 HCI
  • Range
    Circa 100 meters
  • Receive Sensitivity
    -89 dBm
  • Weight
    < .035 oz (< 1g)
  • Wi-Fi Coexistence
    3 wire CSR schemes supported (Unity-3 and Unity-3e)
  • Wireless Specification
    802.11 a/g/n
Part No.
Description
Pack Sizes
BT830-SA-xx
Class 1 Bluetooth v4.0 Dual mode UART HCI module - integrated antenna (Multilayer ceramic internal antenna)

Trays of 135

BT830-SA-xx-T/R

Class 1 Bluetooth v4.0 Dual mode UART HCI module - integrated antenna (Multilayer ceramic internal antenna)

Tape & reel packaging

Tape & reel, 600 pcs
BT830-ST-xx Class 1 Bluetooth v4.0 Dual mode UART HCI module - SMT pad Trays of 135
BT830-ST-xx-T/R Class 1 Bluetooth v4.0 Dual mode UART HCI module - SMT pad Tape & reel, 600 pcs
DVK-BT830-SA-xx Development kit for BT830-SA module Each
DVK-BT830-ST-xx Development kit for BT830-ST module Each

xx - Current firmware version at time of ordering

Laird's Development Kit (DVK-BT830) provides a platform for rapid prototyping of BT830 series modules. The development board provides simple, easy to use access to the various hardware interfaces and configuration options for the module. The DVK is the perfect platform to provide for early development testing of the BT830 series features and functionality, prior to designing the module onto a host PCB.

AlphaMicro_Laird_BT800_DVK_set_300pxThe kit includes:

  • Development motherboard with a BT830 module soldered on
  • USB A to USB Mini B USB cable
  • Pin header fly leads
  • Insert card with links to additional information
  • External antenna (only included with DVK-BT830-ST)

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Last updated: 21 May 2018