The M.2 KEY E form module is built with the nRF5340 chip, which has an ARM Cortex-M33 secure processor core and supports Bluetooth, Thread, and Zigbee wireless technologies. It also has 512KB SRAM and 1MB Flash, with an additional 2MB QSPI external Flash built into the module. Additionally, it has a DC/DC power system inside and is designed for use in industrial applications, particularly in IPC usage.
Wireless Technology support Bluetooth Low Energy, ANT™, and 802.15.4 for, among others, Thread and Zigbee protocols. It also allows the implementation of proprietary 2.4 GHz protocols.
RF Power for application (max)