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Arduino Nano Matter: Integrated with BLE and Thread Connectivity

Mar 23, 2024 — by Giorgio Mendoza 318 views

The Arduino Nano Matter, developed in collaboration with Silicon Labs, features the high-performance MGM240S Arm Cortex M33 MCU. Supporting Bluetooth Low Energy and Thread for 802.15.4 connectivity, it’s designed for ease of use with Matter-compatible devices, streamlining rapid prototyping through its user-friendly software.

The Arduino Nano Matter is powered by a robust 78 MHz, 32-bit Arm Cortex-M33 core microcontroller (MGM240SD22VNA), ensuring swift and reliable processing. It boasts a generous internal memory of 1536 kB Flash and 256 kB RAM to accommodate custom applications and code.


Arduino Nano Matter board overview
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For seamless integration, the Arduino Nano Matter provides a comprehensive range of connectivity options, including 802.15.4 Thread, Bluetooth Low Energy 5.3, and Bluetooth Mesh. Its support for Bluetooth Low Energy and OpenThread protocols ensures smooth interaction with other Matter-compatible devices, capitalizing on the extensive peripheral range of the Arduino ecosystem.


Arduino Nano Matter pinout
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Boasting an array of analog and digital peripherals, the Arduino Nano Matter comes with nineteen 12-bit ADCs and two DACs, providing substantial signal processing capabilities. It accommodates a wide array of digital communications with twenty-two GPIO pins, and dedicated I2C, UART, SPI, and PWM channels. The design also includes castellated pins for easy SMD soldering onto custom carriers.


Arduino Nano Matter application demo
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Providing a USB-C port for power and data, the Arduino Nano Matter also offers alternative power options through IN5V and VIN pins, complemented by a JTAG/SWD debug port for easy troubleshooting.

Users have the flexibility to code with the Arduino Desktop IDE, Web Editor, or via the Arduino Cloud. A detailed tutorial is available to guide users through the initial setup of the product, complete with sketches that showcase the diverse functionalities of this Arduino board.


Arduino Nano Matter
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Further Information

As stated on the Arduino Nano Matter product page, the board is priced at $25.00. Customers interested in purchasing can join the waiting list directly on that page.

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