MSRP $9.99

BGM220 Bluetooth Module Explorer Kit

The BGM220 Explorer Kit is an ultra-low cost, small form factor development and evaluation platform for the BGM220P Bluetooth Module.

The kit features a USB interface, an on-board SEGGER J-Link debugger, one user-LED and button, and support for hardware add-on boards via a mikroBus socket and a Qwiic connector. The hardware add-on support allows developers to create and prototype applications using a virtually endless combination of off-the-shelf boards from mikroE, sparkfun, AdaFruit, and Seeed Studios

MSRP $9.99


Small Form Factor Kit

  • Aligned with breadboard dimensions

Target device

  • BGM220PC22HNA
    • Secure Bluetooth 5.2 module
    • 76.8 MHz, ARM Cortex-M33 with 512 kB of flash and 32 kB RAM
    • Bluetooth 5.2 Radio with supported for direction finding and LE coded PHY
  • 38.4 MHz HFXO crystal
  • 32.768 kHz LFXO crystal
  • 2.4 GHz matching network and a chip antenna

On-board Board controller

  • J-Link debugger
    • SWD physical layer
  • Packet trace over UART/async protocol
  • Virtual COM with hardware flow control


USB Micro-B connector for debug connection

User interface features

  • 1x button (with EM2 wake-up)
  • 1x LED

Mini Simplicity Debug Connector (SLSDA001A compatible) with access to

  • AEM
  • PTI
  • VCOM
  • SWD

Third-party add-on connectors

  • mikroBus socket
  • Qwiic connector

Step 1: Download and Install Simplicity Studio Version 5

Get up and running quickly with precompiled demos, application notes, and examples. Use advanced tools including energy profiling to optimize your MCU application. Choose your software package below.

Step 2: Plug in Your Kit and Use Simplicity Studio to Install the desired SDKs

After plugging in your kit, launch Simplicity Studio and Open Package Manager in the left upper corner (green downward arrow under the menu bar). Select the desired stacks and download them. Visit the package manager regularly for updates.

  • Bluetooth SDK
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