The BTM510/511 is a low-power Bluetooth® module from Laird designed for integrating robust audio and voice capabilities to OEM devices. Based on the market-leading Cambridge Silicon Radio BC05 chipset, these modules provide exceptionally low power consumption with outstanding range. Supporting Bluetooth Version 2.1+EDR specification, these modules provide the important advantage of Simple Secure Pairing (SSP) that improves security and enhances easy use. BTM510/511 modules come standard with SBC, AAC and apt-X™ audio codec support for high quality stereo audio applications.  Available in BTM510 and BTM511 variants.

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Digi-Key Corporation +1-800-344-4539
Future Electronics +1 (514) 694-7710
Mouser Electronics +1-800-346-6873
Premier Wireless Solutions 650-230-1300
WAV (630) 818-1000
Specifications Similar products Features

• Fully featured Bluetooth multimedia chipset

• Bluetooth v2.1+EDR

• Supports mono and stereo headset applications

• apt-X Audio Codec provided free of charge

• Adaptive frequency hopping to cope with interference from other wireless devices

• 32-bit Kalimba DSP for enhanced audio applications

• Support for secure simple pairing

• External or internal antenna options

• HSP, HFP, SPP A2DP, and AVRCP audio profiles

• 16-bit stereo codec and microphone input

• AptX, AAC and SBC codecs supported

• CVC audio enhancement supported

• EIR fully supported

Industrial temperature range

• Integrated audio amplifiers for driving stereo speaker

• Comprehensive AT interface for simple programming

• Bluetooth End Product qualified

• Compact size

• Class 2 output – 4 dBm

• Low power operation

• WLAN co-existence hardware support

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