MSRP $75.00

EFR32xG27 Development Kit

The EFR32xG27 Dev Kit (xG27-DK2602A) is a compact, feature-packed development platform. It provides the fastest path to develop and prototype wireless IoT products. The development platform supports up to +8 dBm output power and includes support for the 16-bit ADC as well as other key features.

MSRP $75.00


Kit Contents

  • 1 x BRD2602A EFR32xG27 2.4 GHz +8 dBm development board

Kit Features

  • Based on EFR32BG27C140F768IM40 2.4 GHz Wireless SoC
  • +8 dBm, 768 kB Flash, 64 kB RAM, 5x5 QFN40
  • Secure Vault™ Mid
  • Packet Trace Interface
  • Virtual COM port
  • J-Link on-board debugger supporting SWD
  • External device debugging
  • USB connectivity - Type C
  • User LED / pushbuttons
  • Si7021 RHT Sensor
  • Intertial Sensor
  • Digital microphone
  • Pressure Sensor
  • Ambient light sensor
  • Hall-effect sensor
  • CR2032 coin cell battery support 

Setting up your EFR32xG27 Kit


  • EFR32xG27 Dev Kit
  • Coin cell battery or Micro-USB cable (not included)
  • Andriod or iOS mobile phone

Step 1: Unbox EFR32xG27 Dev Kit

  1. Remove BRD2602A from the box.
  2. Supply power to board:
    • Insert a battery in the coin cell battery holder on the bottom of the board, or plug in a micro-USB cable.

Step 2: Use EFR Connect Mobile App

  1. Download EFR Connect mobile app
  2. Enable Bluetooth on your mobile phone

3. Launch the app and select the Demo tab

4. Try the different demos provided by the Dev Kit pre-loaded applicaion.

  • Blinky
  • Motion
  • Environment

5. After selecting the demo, you will be prompted to select the Dev Kit.

Step 3: Try the Sensors

  • Calibrate the board and move the board to test the accelerometer and gyroscope.
  • Test the environmental sensors.
  • Test the RGB LED and switches Select "Blinky" to test buttons and LEDs.
    • Switches: Press the push button on the board    
    • RGB LED: Turn on the LED and adjust the color and brightness

Developing with the EFR32xG27 Kit


  • EFR32xG27 Dev Kit
  • Micro-USB cable
  • Simplicity Studio

Step 4: 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 5: 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 (downward arrow under the menu bar). Select the desired stacks and download them. Visit the package manager regularly for updates.

  • Bluetooth SDK
  • Bluetooth Mesh ADK and SDK
  • EmberZNet (Zigbee) SDK
  • OpenThread SDK
  • Flex SDK

Step 6: Visit doc.silabs.com

Select the Protocol Stack and review the documentation to get started.

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