The PAN1781 Series RF Module is a Bluetooth 5 Low Energy (LE) device  featuring the Nordic nRF52820 Single-Chip Controller and is ideal for IoT Wireless Connectivity applications.

 

With the Cortex M4 processor, 32 kB RAM, and the built-in 256 kB flash memory, the PAN1781 can easily be used in standalone mode, thereby eliminating the need for an external processor, saving complexity, space, and cost. Ultra low power consumption of as low as 0.4uA in deep sleep mode and 4.9mA in Tx mode offers an attractive solution for battery powered sensor applications.

 

In this webinar you will learn about the new PAN1781 as the lightweight solution next to the PAN1780.  You will get to know about its toolchain from the evaluation kit, Software tools up to the App. We will show case using the PAN1781 to easily read out ambience sensor data and transmit it to a smartphone app via Bluetooth Low Energy.

 

Agenda

 

  • Introduction Panasonic Wireless Connectivity
  • The new lightweight PAN1781 Bluetooth 5 module
  • How to get started – the evaluation kit
  • Toolchain Overview
  • Demo Case: The connected environmental sensor – from sensor to App
  • Q&A

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The Presenter:

Chetan Joshi, Business Development Manager at PanasonicTomislav Tipura, Product Manager for Wireless Devices at Panasonic

RF engineer currently working as Business Development Manager at Panasonic Industry Europe GmbH. Previously, pursued and awarded PhD. at Telecom Paristech (now Université Paris-Saclay) for original research work on conformal antenna design for aircraft using metamaterials and transformation optics. I have worked on printed surfaces with artificial properties and 3D printed superstrate kind of devices to control antenna's radiation behaviour. I completed my Masters from ENSEEIHT, Toulouse. My masters thesis was on design of coupled resonator filters. I have a background in electronics and communication engineering, with specialization in RF and Microwave Engineering

Tomislav has studied Electrical Engineering in Munich and obtained a Master of Science degree with a focus on Control Theory in Electrical Drives. After gaining experiences as a working student in R&D and Rapid Prototyping departments in Mechatronics, he started working at Panasonic Industry Europe GmbH as Product Manager for Wireless Devices.