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BM83 Evaluation Board

Part Number: DM164152

Summary:

The BM83 Bluetooth Audio Development Board (BM83 EVB) enables the user to evaluate and demonstrate the functionality of the BM83 audio module and IS2083BM System-on-Chip (SoC). This board is a complete, all-in-one solution to develop multiple Bluetooth audio applications including portable speakers and headphones. The BM83 EVB features an on-board PIC32 for Host MCU mode applications, an external

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Product Features

    • Bluetooth 5 certified BM83 module
    • Aux-in, MIC-In, and Stereo out ports
    • On-board thermistor
    • 2 LEDs for the Bluetooth subsystem and various other LEDs configurable by the on-board MCU
    • JTAG program/debug port, USB to UART port, XPRO header interfaces
    • Li-ion battery connector, 15V DC power jack and USB power source

Summary

The BM83 Bluetooth Audio Development Board (BM83 EVB) enables the user to evaluate and demonstrate the functionality of the BM83 audio module and IS2083BM System-on-Chip (SoC). This board is a complete, all-in-one solution to develop multiple Bluetooth audio applications including portable speakers and headphones. The BM83 EVB features an on-board PIC32 for Host MCU mode applications, an external codec to improve audio quality, a digital microphone to capture voice audio, indicator LEDs and buttons for ease of development.

Package Contents

• On-board microcontroller (PIC32MX450F256L) for easy operation and feature demonstration
• Plug-in module (PIM) socket for external microcontroller (MCU)
• STMicroelectronics codec (STA369BW) Daughter Board
• Two Digital Microphone (Knowles’ SPH0641LU4H-1) Daughter Board
• J-Link 6-Pin Adapter Board for IS2083BM debugging (contact factory for information about the SDK)
• On-board keypad matrix (audio control buttons) that can be controlled either by the BM83 module or the onboard PIC32 MCU