RF220SU SNAP Engine, 2 Mbps 2.4 GHz

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The SNAP Engine Model RF220SU is an IEEE 802.15.4, lowpower, highly reliable solution for embedded wireless control and monitoring networks.


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The RF220SU embeds Synapse’s SNAP OS, the industry’s first Internet-enabled, wireless mesh network operating system, into the Atmel ATmega128RFA1 single-chip AVR® microcontroller with an integrated transceiver that delivers up to 2Mbits/sec. This low-cost module can have current consumption under 390nA to enable a new generation of battery-driven systems.

The RF220SU also includes a Skyworks SE2431L front-end module, which provides a power amplifier and LNA for increased range. SNAP’s on-board Python interpreter provides for rapid application development and over-the-air programming. The modules provide up to 15 channels of operation in the ISM 2.4GHz frequency band.

By default, the SNAP operating system automatically forms a mesh network with other nodes immediately on receiving power. No further configuration is necessary. Multiple unrelated SNAP networks can exist within the same area through several configuration options.

Features:

  • 20 GPIO with up to 7 A/D inputs
  • 128k flash, 58.5k free for over- the- air uploaded user apps
  • Two UART ports for control or transparent data
  • Low power modes:
    • Timed  Sleep  Mode 1 : 1.27 μA
    • Timed Sleep Mode 2 : 1.47 μA
    • Untimed  Sleep Mode:  < 390 nA
  • Spread Spectrum (DSSS) technology
  • Up to 2 Mbps radio data  rate
  • 2.4 GHz RF Frequency
  • AES 128- bit encryption
  • RP- SMA Antenna or U.FL connecter
  • Solderable or socket- able
  • 4K internal EEPROM
  • 6 PWM outputs
  • Supports over the air firmware upgrades

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