D52 ANT SoC Module Series
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D52 ANT SoC Module Series

Overview

Dynastream Innovations is pleased to offer the D52 series of ANT SoC Modules, based on Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF52832 SoC supporting ANT, Bluetooth® low energy and extended features such as NFC.  This expands Dynastream’s portfolio of multi-protocol ultra-low power wireless modules, popularized with the N5 series of modules.  Features of the D52 series include:

  • Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF52832 chip, with 64kB RAM and 512kB Flash and a 32-bit ARM Cortex M4F CPU
  • Concurrent ANT and Bluetooth low energy protocol operation using supported SoftDevices (pre-compiled protocol stack solutions for the nRF52 SoCs):
    • S212 – ANT only SoftDevice from Dynastream Innovations
    • S332 – concurrent ANT and Bluetooth low energy SoftDevice from Dynastream Innovations
    • S132 – Bluetooth low energy only SoftDevice from Nordic Semiconductor
  • Signing and registering a Module Distribution Agreement with Dynastream waives royalty fees for the use of Dynastream SoftDevices on D52 series modules.  Click here for more information.
  • Certification of compliance with regulation standards in major markets including North America, Europe, Australia / New Zealand, Japan and Korea
    • In order to be able to re-use Dynastream regulatory certifications, D52 series modules must be loaded with an approved SoftDevice running BLE or ANT.  This can be acknowledged by registering a Module Distribution Agreement with Dynastream, which will also waive royalty fees for using Dynastream SoftDevices on D52 series modules.  Click here for more information.
  • Qualification by the Bluetooth SIG
  • Onboard 32MHz and 32.768kHz crystal clocks
  • Preloaded ANT Network Processor Application, which uses the S212 SoftDevice (scalable ANT protocol stack with 15 channel support).  The application provides a standard ANT serial interface front-end that can be connected to an external application controller.
  • Easy reprogramming via the onboard SWD interface pins using off-the-shelf ARM programming tools
  • Drop-in compatibility with Dynastream C7, AP2 and N5 M4 and M8 modules  (in certain configurations)
  • Multiple form factors including 20x20mm and 14x9.8x2.0mm modules
  • The D52 series development kit (D52DK1) contains everything necessary to evaluate and begin development with D52 series modules, with support for the Nordic nRF5 SDK.
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Module hardware

  • Integrated printed antenna
  • On-board 32MHz and 20ppm 32.768 kHz crystal clocks
  • Supply Voltage range:
    1.7V to 3.6V (D52QD2M4IA)
    1.71V to 3.6V (D52QD2M4IA-A)
  • Operating temperature:  Industrial (-40°C to +85°C)
  • Up to 30 GPIOs (D52QD2M4IA)
  • Up to 24 GPIOs (D52QD2M4IA-A, D52CD2M8IA)
  •  Programmable output/channel from -20dBm to 4dBm
  • Excellent receiver sensitivity
    –93dBm ANT mode (D52Q)
    –96dBm BLE mode (D52Q)
  • 1dBm resolution RSSI
  • Total 512kB flash, 64kB RAM
  • SPI, I2C and UART interface
  • ARM SWD interface
  • Internal DC/DC converter supported
  • 20 x 20mm module (D52QD2M4IA, D52QD2M4IA-A)
  • 14 x 9.8 x 2.0mm module (D52CD2M8IA)
  • Onboard 3-axis MEMS accelerometer (D52QD2M4IA-A)
    LIS2DH by ST Microelectronics
    2 programmable interrupt pins
  • Layout compatible options with N5 M4, AP2, C7
  • Radio regulatory approval for major markets
  • BLUETOOTH SIG qualification
  • RoHS compliant

ANT Operation (when loaded with S212 or S332 SoftDevice)

  • 79 selectable RF channels (2402 to 2480 MHz)
  • Flexible network topologies:  peer-to-peer, star, tree, high node count, mesh and more
  • Broadcast, acknowledged, and burst data communication modes
  • Built-in device search and pairing
  • Built-in interference handling and radio coexistence management with application radio disable requests and application flash write/erase requests
  • Enhanced ANT features:
    • Supports up to 15 logical channels each with configurable channel periods (5.2ms - 2s)
    • Advanced burst data transfer modes (up to 60kbps)
    • Optional channel encryption mode (aes-128)
    • Supports up to 8 public, private and/or managed networks
    • Advanced power management features to optimize application power consumption including Event Filtering and Selective Data Updates
    • Asynchronous transmit channel
    • Fast channel initiation

Bluetooth Operation (when loaded with the S132 or S332 SoftDevice)

  • Bluetooth 4.2 compliant low energy single-mode protocol stack suitable for Bluetooth low energy products
    • Concurrent Central, Observer, Peripheral, and Broadcaster roles with up to:
      • Multiple connections as a central
      • One connection as a peripheral
      • Observer
      • Broadcaster
    • Link layer
    • L2CAP, ATT, and SM protocols
    • GATT and GAP APIs
    • GATT Client and Server
Picture Module Description Ordering/Package Information Part Status*
D52QD2M4IA 20x20mm module with up to 30GPIOs and 8 analog inputs
  • D52QD2M4IA-TRAY: 20pc in 4x5 tray
  • D52QD2M4IA-REEL: 800pc on 13" tape and reel
Active
D52QD2M4IA-A 20x20mm module with up to 24GPIOs and 5 analog inputs; onboard 3-axis MEMS accelerometer
  • D52QD2M4IA-A-TRAY: 20pc in 4x5 tray
  • D52QD2M4IA-A-REEL: 800pc on 13" tape and reel
Active
(coming soon) D52MD2M8IA 14.0x9.8x2.0mm module with up to 24GPIOs and 8 analog inputs (sampling soon)
  • D52MD2M8IA-TRAY:  40pc in 8x5 tray
  • D52MD2M8IA-REEL: 1500pc on 13" tape and reel

Preview

(sampling soon)

D52QD2M6IA-A D52QD2M4IA-A mounted on a carrier board for starter kit and development use
  • D52QD2M6IA-A-TRAY: 10 pc on 150x165mm tray
Active

* PREVIEW - Device, tool, or software has been announced but is not in production. Samples may or may not be available; ACTIVE: Device, tool, or software recommended for new designs.

The D52 starter kit (D52DK1) contains all the hardware necessary to get developing with ANT, and the downloadable ANT SoC Module Starter Kit User Manual has full details on using the kit with reference examples and the nRF5 SDK from Nordic Semiconductor. 

The kit contents are described below, but most components are orderable independently should the need arise to create a more complex network:

Module Part Number Quantity Part Description
D52QD2M6IA-A 2 M4 module mounted on carrier board with 20-pin Molex connector, NFC connections available, SWD programming header, additional through-hole connections for I/O pins
ANTBAT2 2 Battery board with a Molex socket, a reset button, and a five-position dip switch
ANTIO1 2 I/O board with a Molex connector, a Molex socket, 4 LEDs and 4 buttons
ANTUIF1 1 USB interface board with a Molex socket
ANTUSB-M 1 ANT USB dongle
  1 Segger J-Link Lite Programmer

 

The D52 ANT SoC Module Series supports ANT and Bluetooth low energy on the nRF52832 SoC using SoftDevices, pre-compiled protocol stack binaries.  The following SoftDevices are available:

Please refer to Dynastream Innovations or Nordic Semiconductor for SoftDevice licensing information.

Conditions of use:

The D52 Series of modules have been designed to support the ANT and/or Bluetooth low energy Protocols and are certified for use in many geographic regions around the globe. However, a product incorporating the D52 series module may carry the certification IDs of the module only if it complies with the restrictions and terms, including use of Dynastream-approved software, provided in the conditions of use available at:

www.dynastream.com/components/d52/conditions-of-use

Discuss this product at the ANT Hardware Products Forum.

In addition to the downloadable resources below, the following documents and resources are available from Nordic Semiconductor's nRF52832 product page, or from the Nordic Semiconductor Infocenter.

Documents

  1. nRF52832 Product Specification
  2. nRF52 Series Compatibility Matrix
  3. nRF52832 Objective Product Specification
  4. nRF52832 S132 SoftDevice Specification
  5. nRF52 Development Kit Documentation

Software

  1. S132 nRF52832 SoftDevice
  2. nRF5 SDK
     
Title Date Modified Version File Size
D52 ANT SoC Module Series Datasheet Aug 05, 2016 1.0 3 MB
ANT SoC Module Starter Kit User Manual Aug 03, 2016 1.0 1 MB
ANT Message Protocol and Usage Apr 02, 2014 5.1 4 MB
ANTware II Nov 12, 2013 4.1.00 1 MB
ObservANT Feb 23, 2016 1.1 752 KB
Interpreting RF Radiation Patterns Sep 23, 2014 1.0 1 MB
Interfacing with ANT General Purpose Chipsets and Modules Dec 03, 2010 2.1 443 KB
ANT USB Interface Board Driver - Windows Oct 03, 2012 1.2.40.201 156 KB
D52Q Module M4 Type Altium Library Nov 21, 2016 1.0 8 KB
D52Q Module STEP Model Jun 27, 2016 1.0 351 KB
ANT Technical Note - Migrating an ANT nRF51 Project to nRF52 Oct 16, 2015 1.1 354 KB

1. Initial Setup

2. Channel Data

3. Battery Information

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