EnOcean click
EnOcean click

Description of product

EnOcean click carries a TCM 310 transceiver, which is a bidirectional gateway for EnOcean’s 868 MHz radio systems. The click is designed to run on a 3.3V power supply. It communicates with the target MCU through UART (TX, RX pins), with additional functionality provided by RST and EN pins.


 

 

Note: Modules with 868 MHz frequency are suitable for Europe and other countries adopting R&TTE specification. Versions of EnOcean click covering different frequency bands will be available in the future.

TCM 310 transceiver

This low-powered wireless module is intended for use together with EnOcean’s range of energy harvesting modules that include self-powered, battery-free wireless switches, sensors and actuators.

Essential features

EnOcean offers a range of modules compatible with TCM 310. Those are miniaturized energy converters that use the surrounding environment — motion, light or temperature differences — to harness enough energy to send a wireless signal to the receiver onboard EnOcean click.

The TCM 310 module can also be set up as a repeater to extend the range of the signal. You can then develop various battery-free switching systems, data loggers and similar.

Onboard antenna

EnOcean click features a small high-performance 868MHz chip antenna onboard so no external antennas are required.

Key features

  • TCM 310 transceiver
    • Frequency: 868 MHz EnOcean
    • Data rate: 125 kbps
  • Onboard antenna
  • Interface: UART
  • 3.3V power supply
SPECIFICATION
 
TypeRF Sub 1GHz
ApplicationsIncorporate battery-free wireless energy harvesting modules into your designs
On-board modulesTCM310 transceiver
Key FeaturesBidirectional gateway for EnOcean 868 MHz radio systems. Compatible with EnOcean energy harvesting modules
Key BenefitsCommunicates with battery-free switches, sensors and actuators. Onboard chip antenna
InterfaceGPIO,UART
Input Voltage3.3V
CompatibilitymikroBUS
Click board sizeL (57.15 x 25.4 mm)

DOCUMENTATION

Pinout diagram

This table shows how the pinout on EnOcean click corresponds to the pinout on the mikroBUS™ socket (the latter shown in the two middle columns).

Notes                   Pin        Mikrobus logo.png
mikroBUStm                   
Pin                Notes
Not connectedNC1ANPWM16ENIn read mode, the firmware version and configuration area
can be read from the module
Reset inputRST2RSTINT15NCNot connected
Not connectedNC3CSTX14SER_TXUART output
Not connectedNC4SCKRX13SER_RXUART input
Not connectedNC5MISOSCL12NCNot connected
Not connectedNC6MOSISDA11NCNot connected
Power supply+3.3V73.3V5V10NCNot connected
GroundGND8GNDGND9GNDGround

Programming

The function sends ESP3 packet header and data over UART interface to an EnOcean module.

01 uint8_t sendMessage(ESP3Pack* esp){
02 
03   uint8_t i=0;
04 
05   if((esp->header.dataLength || esp->header.oppDataLength) == 0)
06    {
07      return -1;
08     }
09 
10   UART2_Write(esp->syncByte);
11   UART2_Write((esp->header.dataLength & 0xFF00)>>8);
12   UART2_Write((esp->header.dataLength & 0xFF));
13   UART2_Write(esp->header.oppDataLength);
14   UART2_Write(esp->header.packetType);
15   UART2_Write(esp->headerCRC);
16 
17   for(i=0; i < esp->header.dataLength; i++)
18       UART2_Write(esp->dataESP3[i]);
19   for(i=0; i < esp->header.oppDataLength; i++)
20       UART2_Write(esp->optData[i]);
21 
22    UART2_Write(esp->dataCRC);
23 
24    return 0;
25 }
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