TRBLU23-00200 - Bluetooth Intelligent Serial Module

Previous generation modules are not recommended for new designs. Please use the latest modules for new designs.

Previous generation modules are not recommended for new designs. Please use the latest modules for new designs.

For assistance in selecting a current generation Bluetooth module please contact us for comprehensive development support from our team of experts.

* -00300 version is End-of-Life. Last date for orders was 19 February 2016. The recommended alternative is the BT730-SC.

  • Antenna Type
    Internal - Multilayer Ceramic
  • Applications
    ePOS, Medical Devices, Telematics, Industrial, Automotive
  • Bluetooth Version
    v2.0
  • Connector Type
    SDIO
  • Dimensions (L x W x H)
    35.00 x 25.00 x 7.60 mm (1.38 x 0.98 x 0.30 in)
  • Frequency
    2.402 - 2.480 GHz
  • Industries
    Automotive, Mobile Devices, Healthcare / Medical, Industrial / Production,Telecom, Computer / Gaming, Other
  • Logical Interfaces
    SMT
  • Max Transmit Power
    +6 dBm
  • Product Benefits
    Best-in-class range provides open field connectivity in excess of 300 meters
    Integrated high-performance ceramic antenna
    Adaptive frequency hopping to cope with interference from other wireless products
    Optimised receive sensitivity to provide long range initial connections that largely eliminate connection hysterisis
  • Product Line
    Bluetooth v2.0 Class 1 Module
  • Protocols
    UART, AT command set, Multipoint
  • Range
    300m (free space)
  • Receive Sensitivity
    Better than -84dB
  • Weight
    .282 oz (8 g)
  • Wireless Specification
    802.11 b/g
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Description
Pack Sizes
TRBLU23-00200
Bluetooth Intelligent Serial Module (with integrated antenna)

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TRBLU23-00300

Bluetooth Intelligent Serial Module (with u.FL connector for external antenna)

* -00300 version is End-of-Life. Last date for orders was 19 February 2016. The recommended alternative is the BT730-SC.

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Last updated: 22 May 2018