Highly Integrated, Miniaturized Type 1SE module for Enabling Rapid Deployment of New IoT Products

Type 1SE module IoT Solution

Murata has joined hands with Sony Semiconductor Israel, STMicroelectronics, and Truphone and introduced the Type 1SE module, a highly integrated, miniaturized low-power cellular IoT solution. The new IoT solution features STMicroelectronics’ ultra-low-power STM32L462RE/Arm Cortex-M4 core with 512 KB Flash and 160KB SRAM MCU, Sony’s Altair ALT1250 solution-based low-power LTE Cat M1/NB1 modem, and integrated SIM for enabling fast and low-cost product development. The device is preloaded with Truphones’s SIM profile for allowing the module to operate worldwide.

 

Available in a 15.4 × 18.0 × 2.5 mm package, the Type 1SE is ideal for numerous IoT applications. Certified as a host device, the Type 1SE module reduces the development time, hence the end device can use the regulatory, GCF, and carrier certificate already incorporated for the 1SE module. This collaboration also brings the STM32Cube Expansion (X-CUBE) for cellular software suite and substantial support via software development forums.

 

Features of Type 1SE module IoT Solution

  • Enables GPS-free, low power periodic tracking applications
  • Through PTCRB/GCF certification improved global interoperability with global wireless networks operators for IoT applications
  • Supports smooth operation in cellular networks for cell-edge and handover scenarios
  • Offers lower bandwidth data connections at even lower cost, where network latency is not critical for an application
  • Through PTCRB/GCF certification improved global interoperability with global wireless networks operators for IoT applications

 

Note: Type 1SE Module Datasheet can be downloaded from the product page of the Type 1SE module IoT Solution.

Component Datasheet

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