PSoC® 6: Industry’s Lowest-Power Microcontroller, Purpose-Built for the IoT
PSoC 6 is Cypress’ ultra-low-power MCU built on a dual-core architecture integrating an Arm® Cortex®-M4 and Cortex-M0+ onto a single chip. A range of IoT designs requiring low power can benefit from PSoC 6’s industry-leading low power consumption of 22 μA/MHz. In addition, PSoC 6 provides the critical security required by connected devices including a hardware-based root-of-trust and hardware-accelerated cryptography. PSoC 6 is in full production with silicon and Bluetooth/Wi-Fi Dev Kits available at Future Electronics.
Cypress Provides Market-Proven Wi-Fi, Bluetooth & Combo Wireless Connectivity
Get to production faster with Cypress’ ecosystem of certified IoT Partner Modules
Murata 1DX Module
Powered by the Cypress CYW4343W 802.11n Wi-Fi & Dual-Mode Bluetooth Combo chipset
Murata’s 1DX certified module (LBEE5KL1DX) is powered by Cypress’ CYW4343W chipset which provides developers with wireless connectivity to connect a range of IoT applications with proven 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz Wi-Fi and dual-mode Bluetooth. The Murata 1DX is designed for space-constrained applications with a form factor smaller than a dime. Engineers can get started with the Murata 1DX by leveraging Future Electronics/Cypress’ Nebula IoT Dev Kit.
Laird Sterling-LWB Modules
Leveraging Cypress’ combo and 802.11ac-enabled chipsets
Laird's certified Sterling-LWB Wi-Fi + Bluetooth Combo Module is available with 3 different antenna options and features Cypress’ CYW4343W combo chipset. Two different Dev Board options are available – one in an SD Card form-factor as well as a full-on WICED® SDK compatible carrier board. In addition, the Sterling-LWB5 is a pin-compatible upgrade that adds 802.11ac Wi-Fi for higher bandwidth and increased range within IoT applications.
Inventek Wi-Fi Module
Powered by the Cypress CYW43903 802.11n SoC with integrated Arm Cortex-R4
The Inventek CYW43903-based Wi-Fi module (ISM43903-R48-L54-E/U) provides an integrated or optional external antenna with 1 MB of SRAM available for applications. In addition to WICED support, the module can also run with no operating system while leveraging an integrated TCP/IP stack that requires only a simple AT command set to establish connectivity within your wireless product.