DA16200 Wi-Fi Networking SoC for High Power Efficiency in Battery-Powered IoT Devices

DA16200 Wi-Fi Networking SoC

With the rising demand for battery-operated IoT devices, the adoption of low-power Wi-Fi too has intensified. The new DA16200 SoC from Dialog Semiconductor delivers a superior battery life for Wi-Fi-connected, battery-powered IoT devices such as smart door locks and wearables. The company has announced that this latest device has scored 815 on the EEMBC IoTMark Wi-Fi benchmark. This is equivalent to 815 days of battery life for an IoT sensor running on two AA batteries.

 

DA16200 SoC is low power Wi-Fi networking SoC that ensures long battery life even for the devices that are continuously connected to the Wi-Fi network. Additionally, the chip also features strong IoT security, including WPA3 and TLS for authentication and encryption at Wi-Fi and higher stack layers. It is a full offload device and the entire Wi-Fi and TCP/IP networking stack and even end product application code can run on the chip without any external CPU or MCU. With VirtualZero technology and the Arm Cortex-M4 processor of the Wi-Fi SoC from the company, the customers can easily build disruptive, power-efficient IoT products for the future.

 

Key Features of DA16200 SoC

  • 802.11n 1X1
  • 2.4 GHz
  • Long battery life even when continuously connected 
  • Full offload: Runs entire stack on chip
  • Run without any external CPU or MCU
  • Optionally can run with external MCU
  • Multiple sleep modes for different applications
  • Available as SoC or module
  • Processes analog or digital sensor info on chip
  • 20 MHz channels
  • Wi-Fi Certified
  • Cortex M4F processor
  • Hardware encryption engine
  • Integrated PA and LNA
  • Multiple I/Os

 

Note: More technical information can be found in the DA16200 SoC datasheet linked at the bottom of this page.

Component Datasheet

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