Mouser: RSL10 SoC, ideal for IoT and connected health wearables

Mouser Electronics is now stocking the RSL10 multi-protocol system-on-chip from ON Semiconductor. Offering ultra-low-power wireless connectivity for a broad range of applications, the versatile Bluetooth 5-certified SoC supports Bluetooth low energy technology as well as 2.4 GHz proprietary or custom protocol stacks. The ON Semiconductor RSL10 SoC, available from Mouser Electronics, features a 48 MHz Arm Cortex-M3 processor bolstered by a 32-bit dual-Harvard DSP core that supports the audio codecs necessary for wireless audio communication. Including both flash and RAM, the device’s diverse memory architecture enables storage of the Bluetooth stack, as well as other applications.

The highly integrated RSL10 SoC includes a DMA controller, oscillators, and ultra-efficient power management units. The SoC is designed for use in applications with 1.2V and 1.5V batteries and supports a supply voltage range of 1.1 to 3.6 V without the need for an external DC/DC converter.  The SoC is supported by the RSL10 Evaluation Board, which provides access to all input and output connections through standard 0.1-inch headers. Additionally, the evaluation board offers an onboard communication interface circuit and a J-Link solution to enable users to debug the board through a USB/PC connection.

ON Semiconductor’s RSL10 SoC is designed to bring ultra-low-power connectivity to Internet of Things devices and high-performance wearables. The SoC supports a wide range of medical applications including fitness trackers, hearing aids, heart rate monitors, glucose monitors and pulse oximeters.


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