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Zigbee network processor for the home automation

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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Jan 6, 2011

TI has launched a 2.4GHz Zigbee network processor with integrated Zigbee Pro software stack for the home/building automation, industrial monitoring and control, sensor networks and telehealth markets.

The CC2530ZNP provides a simple, off-the-shelf ZigBee solution without requiring designers to learn the complexities of a full Zigbee stack.

It also gives customers the flexibility to use their existing host processor to run application code while the CC2530ZNP supports the networking component of the system.

Features: integrated Zigbee processor (8051 core) reduces development time by 25 per cent; embedded Zigbee Pro stack delivers standardised, robust mesh network and reduces firmware development by 50 per cent; compact radio reference design makes it ideal for small-form-factor end equipment and sensors; low current consumption optimised for sleeping end nodes and battery-operated devices; supports TI's Z-Stack software and SimpleAPI, which has only 10 calls to learn; communicates to host processor via an SPI or UART command interface; best-in-class selectivity and good coexistence with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth devices.

Compatible devices from TI include the CC2590 and CC2591 2.4GHz analogue front ends (range extenders), MSP430 ultra-low-power microcontrollers and Stellaris ARM processors.

The CC2530ZNP is available in a 6 x 6mm QFN-40 package.

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