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CategorySemiconductors => Microcontrollers (MCU) => SimpleLink MCUs => SimpleLink wireless MCUs => SimpleLink CC264x BLE
Part familyCC2640R2F-Q1 Automotive Qualified SimpleLink™ Bluetooth® low energy Wireless MCU
DescriptionAutomotive Qualified SimpleLink™ Bluetooth® low energy Wireless MCU 48-VQFN -40 to 105
CompanyTexas Instruments Inc.
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ADC Resolution(Bits)12
Package GroupVQFN
TechnologyBluetooth low energy,Proprietary
Flash (KB)128
Standby Current(uA)1.1
Operating Temperature Range(C)-40 to 105
CPUARM Cortex-M3
Security EnablerCryptographic acceleration,Debug security,Device identity
Device TypeWireless MCU
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Application notes
• Measuring Bluetooth Low Energy Power Consumption (Rev. C)
This application report describes the setup and procedures to measure power consumption on CC2650,CC2640 and CC2640R2F devices operating as a Bluetooth® low energy “Peripheral” device. | Doc
• Crystal Oscillator and Crystal Selection for the CC26xx and CC13xx Wireless MCUs (Rev. F) | Doc
• Using GCC/GDB With SimpleLink CC26xx
This application report describes how to set up an open source software-based development environment for the SimpleLink CC26xx and CC13xx wireless MCUs using Eclipse as integrated development environment (IDE). | Doc
• Getting Started With the CC13xx and CC26xx Sensor Controller
This application note is intended as an introduction to the low-power Sensor Controller Engine found in theCC13xx and CC26xx devices. It explains the benefits of using the Sensor Controller in various use cases.The application note also describes how to ge | Doc
• CC2640 Wireless MCU DC Supply Evaluation
CC2640 Wireless MCU DC Supply Evaluation /WTBU/WCS/Bluetooth/AppReports/SWRA494/SWRA494 | Doc
• CC-Antenna-DK2 and Antenna Measurements Summary (Rev. A)
The purpose of the antenna development kit (CC-Antenna-DK2) is to ease the decision of which type of low-cost antenna can be implemented as well as give an estimation of the performance that can be achieved. | Doc
• ETSI EN 300 328 Blocking Test for Bluetooth Low Energy
This application report describes the setup and procedure used to measure the new ETSI EN receiver (RX) blocking test added to version v2.1.1 of the ETSI EN 300 328 harmonized standard. | Doc
• Design Considerations for High Temperature Applications Using the CC2640R2F-Q1
When creating an application using the CC2640R2F-Q1 targeting operation in high ambient temperatures, there are a few considerations that have to be made. The goal of this application report is to make these considerations clear to the developer. | Doc
• Hardware Migration From CC2640F128 to CC2640R2F
This application report describes the required changes when moving from the SimpleLink™ CC2640F128 to the SimpleLink CC2640R2F wireless MCU. | Doc
• CC2538/CC26xx Bootloader Interface (Rev. A)
This application report provides a brief overview on the serial bootloader that resides in ROM on the CC2538 and CC13xx/CC26xx devices. This document shows how the bootloader protocol can be used to perform basic operations like erasing and programming the | Doc
• Johanson Balun for the CC26xx Device Family
This application report describes the implementation, active measurements, schematics, and design files when pairing Johanson Technology Inc's 2450BM14G0011 impedance-matched integrated balun-filter with Texas Instruments' CC26xx family of cost-effective, | Doc
• Using the Wireless SimpleLink CC26xx in Ext Regulator Mode With the TPS62740
This application report describes the set-up and expected performance when using the CC2640 in external regulator mode together with the TPS62740. Although this application report focuses on the CC2640 and Bluetooth® Smart applications, the solutions prov | Doc
• Increase RAM Size on the CC2640R2F Bluetooth low energy Wireless MCU
This application report documents ways to increase the available random access memory (RAM) for your application on the CC2640R2F SimpleLink™ Bluetooth low energy microcontroller. By moving initialized data or compiled code from the SRAM into other parts | Doc
Evaluation Kits
TMDSEMU200-U: XDS200 USB Debug Probe
TMDSEMU110-U: XDS110 JTAG Debug Probe
LAUNCHXL-CC2640R2: SimpleLink™ Bluetooth® low energy CC2640R2F wireless MCU LaunchPad™ development kit
TMDSEMU110-ETH: XDS110 EnergyTrace™ High Dynamic Range (ETHDR) Debug Probe Add-On

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Features, Applications


­ True Random Number Generator (TRNG) ­ Support for Eight Capacitive-Sensing Buttons ­ Integrated Temperature Sensor External System ­ On-Chip Internal DC/DC Converter ­ Very Few External Components ­ Seamless Integration With the SimpleLinkTM CC2590 and CC2592 Range Extenders Low Power ­ Wide Supply Voltage Range: V ­ Active-Mode RX: mA ­ Active-Mode at 0 dBm: mA ­ Active-Mode at +5 dBm: mA ­ Active-Mode MCU: 61 µA/MHz ­ Active-Mode MCU: 48.5 CoreMark/mA ­ Active-Mode Sensor Controller: + 8.2 µA/MHz ­ Standby: 1.3 µA (RTC Running and RAM/CPU Retention) ­ Shutdown: 150 nA (Wake Up on External Events) RF Section 2.4-GHz RF Transceiver Compatible With Bluetooth low energy (BLE) 4.2 and 5 Specifications ­ Excellent Receiver Sensitivity (­97 dBm for Bluetooth low energy 1 Mbps), Selectivity, and Blocking Performance ­ Programmable Output Power to +5 dBm ­ Link budget 102 dB for Bluetooth low energy 1 Mbps ­ Suitable for Systems Targeting Compliance With Worldwide Radio Frequency Regulations ­ ETSI 300 328 and 300 440 (Europe) ­ FCC CFR47 Part 15 (US) ­ ARIB STD-T66 (Japan) Tools and Development Environment ­ Full-Feature Development Kits ­ Sensor Controller Studio ­ SmartRFTM Tools Portfolio ­ IAR Embedded Workbench® for ARM ­ Code Composer StudioTM (CCS) ­ CCS Cloud

Qualified for Automotive Applications AEC-Q100 Qualified With the Following Results: ­ Device Temperature Grade to +105°C Ambient Operating Temperature Range ­ Device HBM ESD Classification Level 2 ­ Device CDM ESD Classification Level C3 Microcontroller ­ Powerful ARM® Cortex®-M3 ­ EEMBC CoreMark® Score: to 48-MHz Clock Speed ­ 275-KB Nonvolatile Memory, Including 128-KB In-System Programmable Flash to 28-KB System SRAM, of Which KB is Ultra-Low-Leakage SRAM ­ 8-KB SRAM for Cache or System RAM Use ­ 2-Pin cJTAG and JTAG Debugging ­ Supports Over-the-Air Upgrade (OTA) Ultra-Low Power Sensor Controller ­ Can Run Autonomously From the Rest of the System ­ 16-Bit Architecture ­ 2-KB Ultra-Low Leakage SRAM for Code and Data Efficient Code Size Architecture, Placing Drivers, Bluetooth® low energy Controller, and Bootloader in ROM to Make More Flash Available for the Application RoHS-Compliant Automotive Grade Package × 7-mm RGZ VQFN48 With Wettable Flanks Peripherals ­ 31 GPIOs, All Digital Peripheral Pins Can Be Routed to Any GPIO ­ Four General-Purpose Timer Modules (Eight 16-Bit or Four 32-Bit Timers, PWM Each) ­ 12-Bit ADC, 200-ksamples/s, 8-Channel Analog MUX ­ Continuous Time Comparator ­ Ultra-Low Power Analog Comparator ­ Programmable Current Source ­ UART ­ 2× SSI (SPI, MICROWIRE, TI) I2S ­ Real-Time Clock (RTC) ­ AES-128 Security Module

An IMPORTANT NOTICE at the end of this data sheet addresses availability, warranty, changes, use in safety-critical applications, intellectual property matters and other important disclaimers. PRODUCTION DATA.


Industrial ­ Logistics ­ Production and Manufacturing Automation ­ Asset Tracking and Management ­ HMI and Remote Display ­ Access Control

Automotive Applications ­ Car Access ­ Keyless Entry ­ Passive Entry/Passive Start (PEPS) Systems ­ Car Sharing ­ Piloted Parking ­ Wireless Onboard Diagnostics (OBD) ­ Cable Replacement ­ Remote Control ­ Sensors


The SimpleLinkTM Bluetooth® low energy CC2640R2F-Q1 device an AEC-Q100 compliant wireless microcontroller (MCU) targeting Bluetooth 4.2 and Bluetooth 5 low energy automotive applications such as Passive Entry/Passive Start (PEPS), remote keyless entry (RKE), car sharing, piloted parking, cable replacement, and smartphone connectivity. The device is a member of the SimpleLink ultra-low power family of cost-effective, 2.4-GHz RF devices. Very low active RF and MCU current and low-power mode current consumption provide excellent battery lifetime allowing for operation on small coin-cell batteries and a low power-consumption footprint for nodes connected to the car battery. Excellent receiver sensitivity and programmable output power provides industry leading RF performance that is required for the demanding automotive RF environment. The CC2640R2F-Q1 wireless MCU contains a 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M3 processor that runs at 48 MHz as the main application processor and includes the Bluetooth 4.2 low energy controller and host libraries embedded in ROM. This architecture improves overall system performance and power consumption and frees up significant amounts of flash memory for the application. Additionally, the device is AEC-Q100 Qualified at the Grade 2 temperature range to +105°C) and is offered × 7-mm VQFN package with wettable flanks. The wettable flanks help reduce production-line cost and increase the reliability enabled by optical inspection of solder points. The Bluetooth low energy Software Stack is available free of charge from Device Information (1)

PART NUMBER PACKAGE VQFN (48) with Wettable Flanks BODY SIZE (NOM) 7.00 mm
Device Overview Submit Documentation Feedback Product Folder Links: CC2640R2F-Q1
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Texas Instruments' SimpleLink Bluetooth low energy CC2640R2F-Q1 device is an AEC-Q100 compliant wireless microcontroller (MCU) targeting Bluetooth 4.2 and Bluetooth 5 low energy automotive applications.

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