They combine wireless connectivity for edge-of-network that require low power consumption for portable IoT devices
The Talaria TWO INP1014 and INP1015 Wi-Fi plus BLE5 modules combine wireless connectivity and an integrated microcontroller for edge-of-network IoT devices that require low power consumption and a direct-to-cloud connection. Built on the award-winning INP1010 and INP1011 platforms, the newer platforms expedite the development of smart IoT products such as connected sensors, security cameras, asset tracking devices, health monitoring wearables, audio speakers and many others.
The INP1014/1015 modules provide the industry’s lowest power Wi-Fi connectivity with its unique, programmable, digital radio architecture. The platforms include multi-protocol Wi-Fi and BLE5-Long Range for wireless data transfer, an embedded Arm Cortex-M3 for system control and user applications, plus advanced security elements for device safeguards. They can operate in stand-alone mode, in conjunction with an external MCU, or in a hybrid mode. The small form factor includes various antenna options and global certifications that allow more product innovation and long battery life.
“By 2025, ABI Research expects the IoT Wi-Fi segment that can benefit from such low power innovations to reach over 1 billion devices,” said Andrew Zignani, Principal Analyst, ABI Research. To showcase the ease of integrating the INP1014 and INP1015 into smaller IoT devices, InnoPhase developed a new Low Power Sensor Board reference design that enables product creativity and shortens the time to market.
Key Features of the Low Power Sensor Board
- Includes integrated sensors plus flexibility to connect a wide variety of external sensors
- Direct connection to cloud services (Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, etc.)
- Always connected mode for remote control and device management
- Sleeping mode with periodic connection for ultra-long 5+ years of battery life