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MS88SF2 is based on Nordic nRF52840 and it is a compact and very small size Bluetooth 5.0 module with the metal cover shield and compliance with IEEE 802.14.4standard. Technically, MS88SF2 is advanced, higher flexibility, ultra-low power andMulti-protocol SOM and it lowers the cost of building network nodes.The module has RF transceiver with ARM Cortex-M4F processor and the core speed is up to 64MHz. Moreover, MCU has a faster running speed.
Frequency: 2400 to 2483 MHz Max. Output power: +8dBm Single power supply: 1.8 – 3.9V Range: 10-100m (BER<0.1%, open space) Chip: nRF52840 (Nordic)
GPIO Quantity: 20
Module size: 23.2 x 17.4 x 2.0 mm
Operating temperature range: -25 to 85 degree Celsius
IEEE 802.15.4 with Thread and Zigbee support
1MB Flash and 256kB RAM
ARM Cortex-M4F processor
Metal shielding with marking
Supports USB data interface
50ΩPCB antenna type
System reset (active low). Hardware debug and flash
3D glasses and gaming controller /Mobile accessories/Remote controllers / Toys
Packaging & Shipping
Single module Weight
SHENZHEN MINEW TECHNOLOGIES CO LTD--Since 2007
MINEW has been focusing on developing and manufacturing Bluetooth modules, iBeacon, bluetooth key finder and other RF technology-based creative products and technical services. As a professional factory, Minew has got the ISO9001:2008 certification with the growing R&D platform. All of products have been approved by CE, FCC, RoHS and Bluetooth QDID/EPL certifications. Minew can meet your requirements based on strong R&D capability and production capability, such as OEM, ODM and Special needs.
The factory has passed the ISO9001 quality management system, ISO14001 environmental management system and OAHS18000 occupational health and safety assessment . Each product has been rigorously tested (transmission power test, sensitivity test, power consumption test, stability test, aging test, etc.).
MS88SF2 module is being tested and is expected to be compliant against the EU-Radio Equipment standards,
Federal Communications Commission standards. OEM integrator should consult with qualified test house to verify all regulatory requirements have been met for their complete device