Laird Connectivity has announced the new Lyra Series of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Modules that is based on the Silicon Labs EFR32BG22 SoC and provides customers with multiple software development options suited to their resources and skillsets in Bluetooth LE-enabled product development. This series is ideal for a broad range of battery-powered IoT device applications including professional lighting, asset tags and beacons, secure medical peripherals, and industrial IoT sensors.
The Lyra Series brings out all the key features of the EFR32BG22 SoC, including Bluetooth 5.3/LE connectivity, the widest range of MCU peripherals, an extended industrial temperature rating, hostless and hosted operation, and a powerful Cortex-M33 with 512 kB Flash and 32 k RAM.
This series allows customers to choose from three firmware options for application development that includes Laird Connectivity’s AT Command Set, which has been developed from years of extensive Bluetooth LE experience and customer implementations. The extensible AT option provides a robust, simple, easy to use firmware for any customer regardless of their Bluetooth LE expertise or host MCU. Moreover, Full software access for C code development using the Simplicity Studio IDE and Silicon Labs’ Wireless Xpress framework is also available.