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nRF24LE1 low power single chip wireless data

Posted on Saturday, April 2nd, 2011 in sensors, wireless by DP

The nRF24LE1 is a single chip radio that can be used with a microcontroller for low power wireless stuff.  It has lots of extras like an ultra low power analog comparator for voltage level system wake-up. Nordic Semiconductor provides an RF protocol stack and applications for microcontrollers.

Via MDFLY.

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5 Responses to “nRF24LE1 low power single chip wireless data”

  1. cipher says:

    are u making break out boards

  2. willemite says:

    MDFLY has modules

  3. Brett says:

    yeah but in 2mm header…… sigh.

  4. Markus Gritsch says:

    ITead Studio has a 2.54 mm header break out board for the nRF24L01+:

    http://dangerousprototypes.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=56&t=2124

    • Brett says:

      but this is all about the newer chip, the nRF24LE1. :)

      MD Fly also have the older models with 2.54’s as well….. but not so the LE1.

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