InnoPhase has joined the ST Microelectronics Partner Program that will allow its Talaria Two Wi-Fi and Bluetooth low energy (BLE) connectivity with ST’s low-power microcontrollers targeting internet of things (IoT) devices.
InnoPhase said it has two key components for supporting development and integration with ST’s STM32 MCUs: The I-NUCLEO-T2-EVB evaluation board that is Arduino Uno compatible; and the I-CUBE-T2-STW software drivers that integrate directly into new or existing STM32L4 code for serial communication. The I-NUCLEO-T2-EVB evaluation board plugs directly into ST’s NUCLEO-L433RD and NUCLEO-L4A6 boards, creating a complete hardware development platform.
The Talaria Two platform supports single-band 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and BLE 5.0 wireless standards. The platform enables a new class of battery-powered, direct-to-cloud devices for IoT markets such as home automation, wireless sensors, asset trackers, smart buildings and industrial equipment maintenance.
The modules are integrated devices using the Talaria Two system-on-chip that includes all required certifications and enables integration of wireless connectivity into any product.