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    • SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3100 module BoosterPack for LaunchPad
    • SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3100 module BoosterPack for LaunchPad


    The SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3100 Module BoosterPack can be used to connect to TI LaunchPad evaluation kits (software examples provided for MSP-EXP430F5529LP and MSP-EXP430FR5969). With the Advanced Emulation BoosterPack (CC31XXEMUBOOST) CC3100BOOST can connect to a PC for MCU emulation and software development using SimpleLink Studio for CC3100.

    This kit can also be connected to other platforms through pins – use the programming guide for instructions on porting driver and sample code to any microcontroller. CC3100 modules are Wi-Fi® CERTIFIED® and FCC/IC/CE/TELEC certified, which can be transferred to end products.

    To update the CC3100 firmware, use radio performance tools, perform network processing logs for advanced debugging, or use TI’s SimpleLink™ Studio for CC3100 MCU emulator (PC-based), you will also need the Advanced Emulation BoosterPack (CC31XXEMUBOOST). It is recommended to have at least one CC31XXEMUBOOST board to update the firmware on CC3100MODBOOST kits.

    The SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3100 solution gives the flexibility to add Wi-Fi to any microcontroller (MCU). This Internet-on-a-chip solution contains all you need to easily create IoT solutions – security, quick connection, cloud support.

    • Internet of Things (IoT)
    • Internet Gateway
    • Cloud Connectivity
    • Industrial Control
    • Home Automation
    • Smart Plug and Metering
    • Home Appliances
    • Wireless Audio
    • Access Control
    • IP Network Sensor Nodes
    • Security Systems
    • Wearables
    • Smart Energy


    • CC3100MOD Wi-Fi network processor module
    • CC3100 modules are Wi-Fi CERTIFIED and FCC/IC/CE/TELEC certified, which can be transferred to end products
    • 2 20-pin stackable connectors (BoosterPack headers) to connect to TI LaunchPads and other BoosterPacks
    • On-board chip antenna with option for U.FL-based testing
    • Power from on-board LDO, using USB or 3.3 V from MCU LaunchPad
    • Three (3) push buttons
    • Jumper for current measurement with provision to mount 0.1 R resistor for measurement with voltmeter
    • 8 Megabit serial flash (M25PX80 from Micron)
    • 40 MHz crystal, 32 KHz crystal, and optional 32 KHz oscillator
    • 2-layer PCB with 6 mil spacing and track width

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