Nano 33 BLE
The Arduino Nano 33 BLE shares its pinout with the classic Arduino Nano but builds on the nRF52840 microcontroller with 1MB CPU Flash Memory. Featuring a 9 axis inertial measurement unit and the possibility for Bluetooth® Low Energy connectivity it can help you to create your next Bluetooth® Low Energy enabled project.
The Arduino Nano 33 BLE is a great choice for any beginner, maker or professional to get started with Bluetooth® Low Energy enabled projects. It is build upon the nRF52840 microcontroller and runs on Arm® Mbed™ OS. The Nano 33 BLE not only features the possibility to connect via BLE but also comes equipped with a 9 axis IMU making it suitable for wearable projects.
A powerful 2.4 GHz Bluetooth® 5 Low Energy module from u-blox, with an internal antenna.
The LSM9DS1 inertial measurement unit features a 3D accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer and allows you to detect orientation, motion or vibrations in your project.
Running on Arm® Mbed™ OS the Nano 33 BLE builds upon the same operating system as the Arduino Portenta H7. This also allows for Arduino APIs to be integrated using APIs exposed directly by Mbed OS.
This board can be programmed with the Python® programming language via the OpenMV IDE.
This board is compatible with Lauterbach TRACE32 debugger, and a free license can be obtained using the boards serial number.
Discover how to access the features on the Nano 33 BLE using Python® scripts.
Learn how to control the built in RGB LED on the Nano 33 BLE board over Bluetooth®, using an app on your phone.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to update the bootloader of your Nano 33 BLE (sense) board so that it may be used with OpenMV IDE, allowing to program it with MicroPython.
Learn how to send data from the Nano 33 BLE board to another board via I2C.
Learn how to measure the relative position of the Nano 33 BLE through the LSM9DS1 IMU sensor.
Learn how to measure the direction of force to emulate an object's crash using the Nano 33 BLE board.
Learn how to detect disturbances in the magnetic field around an electronic device using the Nano 33 BLE board.
A guide for flashing the MicroPython firmware to your Arduino Nano 33 BLE Sense, Arduino RP2040 Connect, or Portenta H7, to let you program your board in the MicroPython language.
This tutorial will show you how to use the Lauterbach TRACE32 GDB front-end debugger to debug your Nano 33 BLE application via GDB on a serial interface.
Learn how to send data from the Nano 33 BLE board to another board via UART.