The difference between CC2640 & nRF52832 Chip module

- Sep 14, 2019-


CC2640 is a small-size patch type BLE4.2 or BLE5.0 Bluetooth wireless module independently developed by Texas Instruments (TI) chip CC2640R2 (7mm*7mm). It has built-in ARM dual-core processor.Feasycom FSC-BT616 bluetooth module adopt TICC2640 ,bluetooth 5.0,on-board pcb antenna.

The NRF52832 module FSC-BT630 is a small-size, low-power Bluetooth wireless module developed by Feasycom. The module comes with a high performance ceramics antenna. The module uses Nordic BLE RF chip nRF52832, which supports Bluetooth 4.2 and Bluetooth 5.


The CC2640 integrates 128KB of in-system programmable flash memory and 8KB of cached static RAM (SRAM) with BLE 4.2 or BLE5.0 wireless communication protocol, making it ideal for connecting external sensors due to its unique ultra-low-power sensor controller. It is also suitable for autonomous collection of analog and digital data while the rest of the system is in sleep mode. Thanks to its built-in dual-core low-power processor, users can build a complete system based on their own supporting modules.

The NRF52832 chip comes with a high-performance ARM CORTEX-M4 core and has a wealth of peripheral resources such as UART, I2C, SPI, ADC, DMA, and PWM. The module brings out all the IO ports of nRF52832, which is convenient for users to develop in multiple directions.


CC2640 supports BLE4.2 and BLE5.0, built-in 32.768kHz clock crystal oscillator, supports global license-free ISM2.4GHz band, built-in high performance low power Cortex-M3 and Cortex-M0 dual-core processor, rich resources, 128KB FLASH , 28KB RAM, support 2.0 ~ 3.6V power supply, greater than 3.3V power supply can guarantee the best performance;

NRF52832 single-chip, highly flexible 2.4GHz multi-protocol SoC, support BLE5.0, 2.4GHz, 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4F processor, supply voltage 3.3V, range 1.8V ~ 3.6V, 512kB flash + 64kB RAM, air The link is compatible with the nRF24L and nRF24AP series.

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