BT800 Series Bluetooth Module
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Bluetooth 4.0 dual mode USB HCI module (trace pin) - Tape/Reel packaging

Specifications

Antenna Options
Trace Pin
Antenna Type
External
Bluetooth Version
v4.0 Dual Mode
Chipset (Wireless)
QCA (CSR) 8510
Compliance
FCC, ISED, EU
Connector
SMT
Data Rate
Up to 3 Mbps
Development Kit Contents
Development board and software tools
Frequency Range (Max)
2480 MHz
Frequency Range (Min)
2402 MHz
Input Power
1.7 - 3.6 V
Logical Interfaces
USB, GPIO, I2S, PCM
OS/Software
HCI
Product Type
Embedded Module
Range
100 meters
Receive Sensitivity
-89 dBm
System Architecture
Hosted
Technology
Bluetooth 4.0, Dual Mode (Classic + BLE)
Transmit Power (Max)
+8 dBm
Wireless Specification
Bluetooth v4.0 Classic

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FAQ

How can I connect a Bluetooth Low Energy Device to a PC?

Bluetooth Low Energy uses Services as opposed to the set of standardized profiles that exists for Classic Bluetooth. While some Bluetooth Low Energy services have been standardized by the Bluetooth SIG, the development of custom services is allowed to meet custom application requirements.
 
Because Bluetooth Low Energy uses a completely different protocol than Classic Bluetooth and supports custom services, Bluetooth Low Energy devices cannot connect to a computer through the typical Bluetooth configuration of a computer. Therefore, connecting to a PC requires writing and running a Bluetooth Low Energy Central Role/Client application to collect the data sent from the Bluetooth Low Energy peripheral modules. Application development for PCs and Mobile devices is outside the scope of our support. Alternatively, a BL654 USB dongle could be used as a BLE Central Role device, to collect the BLE data and pass it to the PC over a COM Port. However, you would still need an application to view and process the data received over that COM Port.
 
We generally recommend customers who are new to Bluetooth Low Energy obtain a copy of Getting Started with Bluetooth Low Energy to help them understand the Bluetooth Low Energy protocol and the GATT table. There are also many resources available online which explain this. 

When Bluetooth Low Energy was first introduced and we launched our BL6xx product line (predecessors to the BL65x series) we produced the BL600 and BL620 smartBASIC Application Walkthrough document, which provides an overview of how Bluetooth Low Energy works and how a GATT table is constructed. 

Can I use a BT850/860 in the place of an existing BT800/830?

Yes, the following modules share the same pin layout:

BT800 --> BT850
BT830 --> BT860

There are some No Connect (NC) pins on the BT850/860

What is Laird Connectivity's product lifecycle EOL and PCN policy?

Laird Connectivity is committed to the long-term supply of all its standard embedded wireless modules and packaged products. Laird Connectivity’s products are specifically designed to meet the needs of the industrial and medical markets, which typically require 7 – 10 years product lifecycle. Although Laird Connectivity can’t guarantee that a component used in our products will not be obsoleted and cannot be reasonably substituted, Laird Connectivity can assure customers we will continue to sell our product when we have customer demand and can obtain the necessary components to build our products.

View our full policy here.