Redpine Signals ultra-low-power wireless MCUs now at Rutronik

August 15, 2019 //By Ally Winning
Rutronik has added Redpine Signals’ RS14100 WiSeMCUTM family of wireless secure MCUs that offer a multi-protocol wireless sub-system.
Rutronik has added Redpine Signals’ RS14100 WiSeMCUTM family of wireless secure MCUs that offer a multi-protocol wireless sub-system.

The SoCs and modules also have voice activity detection (VAD) and up to eight inputs for capacitive touch sensors. They can operate multiple protocols simultaneously, including 802.11a/b/g/n (2.4GHz and 5GHz), dual-mode Bluetooth 5 and 802.15.4 for Thread and Zigbee.

The application manager is run on an Arm-Cortex-M4 operating at up to 180MHz with up to 4MB flash memory. Several power modes can control the power usage as required. The ultra-low-power SoCs and modules have low Wi-Fi standby associated power of up to 50uA, with the Arm-Cortex-M4 running as low as 15 uA/MHz operation. Integrated Bluetooth 5 has lower power than even stand-alone Bluetooth 5 devices.

The RS14100 products are based on a secure-zone architecture and use multiple levels of security, including PUF (Physically Unclonable Function), Crypto HW accelerators, Secure Bootloader and secure firmware upgrade, XIP and peripherals.

More information

www.rutronik.com/rs14100

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