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Last activity 2017-05-19 11:46:27 +0200 by Rick flag of Netherlands

Have I damaged my nRF52832 Dev Kit? [closed]

I have been analyzing the current consumption of my nRF52832 dev kit today using both a multi meter and an oscilloscope with a resistor. I'm not sure what I exactly did that lead to this, but now my board ... (more)

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Last activity 2017-03-16 15:56:12 +0200 by Jørn flag of Norway

High Drive mode downsides (nRF52)

Hi,

I just had a quick question - currently I'm using standard drive mode for everything, however in one case I'm driving an IR transmitter that could really do with a little more current.

What are the downsides of ... (more)

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Last activity 2016-12-13 02:11:17 +0200 by Andrii flag of Ukraine

High current (about 2mA) with UART service

Hi. I use the nRF51882 and Arduino ide for developing. My main goal is turn on and off the Led thru the Bluetooth interface. But when I use the UART service for it I have a very high current. It ... (more)

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Last activity 2016-07-05 22:16:18 +0200 by Deuse

nrf51822 needs too much current on custom board

Hello, I designed a board with a nrf51822 on it. My problem now is, that this chip needs far too much current (with no firmware on it) when I apply the 3V3 power to it. I tried to use a ... (more)

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Last activity 2015-04-09 08:21:26 +0200 by Stefan Birnir Sverrisson flag of Iceland

TWI High Current S110 8.0.0

Hello,

I migrated my project from softdevice S110 7.1.0 on a nRF51422 FAC to softdevice S110 8.0.0 and an nRF51822 FAA G3. My code used to have a current consumption around 10 to 15 uA.

Now ... (more)

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Last activity 2015-02-17 12:07:41 +0200 by Vicnet

High current consumption during RF sending

Hi,

  1. I would to know why when the DC/DC is enabled the current is very high (57mA) during RF sending.

  2. Why at the end of RF sending the current is higher than previously (15.4mA -> 16.5mA) & 12.3mA ...

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