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TR-56D
Transceiver Module
Data Sheet
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TR-56D
Description
TR-56D is a family of IQRF transceiver modules operating
in the 868 MHz and 916 MHz license free ISM (Industry,
Scientific and Medical) frequency band. Its highly
integrated ready-to-use design requires no external
components. Extra low power consumption fits for battery
powered applications. SMT mounting and very small
dimensions allow space saving.
Key features
Applications
• Complete solution with operating system, easy to use
• Telemetry
• FSK modulation
• Building automation
• Selectable RF band 868 / 916 MHz, multiple channel
• Control & regulation
• MCU with extended resources, user interrupt capability
• Remote data acquisition
• Extra low power consumption, power management
modes
• Communication links
• SPI interface supported by OS on background
• Wireless networks
• RF connectivity in many other areas
• Serial EEPROM
• PWM output
• Programmable HW timer
• Battery monitoring
• 18 pins, 11 I/Os, 1 input only
• A/D converter (4 channels), D/A converter
• Analog comparator
• Optional on-board antenna
• Stamp hole pads, SMT mounting, no SIM card
compatible
• Very small dimensions
Block diagram
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Information contained in this publication regarding device applications and the like is provided only for your convenience
and may be superseded by updates. It is your responsibility to ensure that your application meets with your specifications.
MICRORISC MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND TO STATED CONDITION, QUALITY,
PERFORMANCE, MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR PURPOSE and disclaims all liability arising from this
information and its use. Use of MICRORISC devices in life support and/or safety applications is entirely at the buyer’s
risk, and the buyer agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless MICRORISC from any and all damages, claims, suits,
or expenses resulting from such use. No licenses are conveyed, implicitly or otherwise, under any MICRORISC
intellectual property rights.
Electrical specifications
Typical values unless otherwise stated
Parameters specified in this datasheet are typical values. They are at power supply VCC = 3 V only. VCC voltage different
from 3 V can impact on RF range and other parameters.
Supply voltage (VCC) 1
Operating temperature
Supply current
Sleep mode
3.0 V min., 3.4 V max., stabilized.
2
-40 °C to +85 °C
380 nA (if all peripherals including MRF49XA disabled 4)
Run mode
1 mA (MRF49XA disabled)
Rx mode
STD mode: 13 mA
LP mode 5 : OS v3.01D: 400 µA, from OS v3.02D: 330 µA
XLP mode 5 : OS v3.01D: 35 µA, from OS v3.02D: 25 µA
Tx mode
14 mA – 24 mA (according to RF output power)
RF band
Channels
RF data modulation
RF data transmission bit rate
868 MHz or 916 MHz (software selectable)
See IQRF OS User's guide, Appendix 2, Channel maps
FSK (frequency-shift keying)
1.2 kb/s 6, 19.2 kb/s, 57.6 kb/s 6, 86.2 kb/s 6
RFIC RF sensitivity
See MRF49XA datasheet
RFIC RF output power
RF range (TR-56DA)
3
Programmable in 8 levels (0 – 7), -2.5 dBm/level, see MRF49XA datasheet
Up to 300 m @ 19.2 kb/s 6
Input voltage on Q4 to Q15 pins
0 V to VCC
A/D converter
10 bit, 4 inputs, see PIC16LF1938 datasheet
Dimensions
15.2 mm x 14.9 mm x 2.0 mm (TR-56D)
23.3 mm x 14.9 mm x 2.0 mm (TR-56DA)
15.2 mm x 14.9 mm x 2.5 mm (TR-56DF)
23.3 mm x 14.9 mm x 2.5 mm (TR-56DAF)
Note 1: RF power and other parameters depend on supply voltage. Refer to datasheets of MCU and RF IC used. Test your
application with respect to required supply voltage range.
Note 2: RF range may change with lower temperature. Frost, condensation or humidity over 85% may disable module
functionality. Module suitability should be tested in final application before volume use.
Note 3: RF range strongly depends on module orientation and surroundings.
Note 4: Additional current is consumed when a peripheral (e.g. watchdog, Brown-out detection etc.) is enabled.
Note 5: Depends on interferences.
Note 6: Bit rates different from 19.2 kb/s are preliminary, for experimental purpose only.
Users have to ensure observing local provisions and restrictions relating to the use of short range devices by software,
e.g. the CEPT ERC/REC 70-03 Recommendation and subsequent amendments in EU.
TR-56DxF (with metallic shielding of RF circuitry) must be used in countries where FCC provision is valid.
Caution: Electrostatic sensitive device. Observe appropriate precautions for handling
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Absolute maximum ratings
Stresses above listed maximum values may cause permanent damage to the device and affect device reliability.
Functional operation at these or any other conditions beyond those specified is not supported.
Supply voltage (VCC)
Voltage on Q4 to Q15 pins
Storage temperature
Ambient temperature under bias
4V
-0.3 V to ( VCC + 0.3 V)
-40 °C to +85 °C
-40 °C to +85 °C
Simplified schematic
Basic components
Part
Type
Manufacturer
MCU
PIC16LF1938–I/MV Microchip
RF IC
MRF49XA
Microchip
EEPROM
24AA16/MC
Microchip
Note
2 kB
For more information refer to respective datasheets.
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Pin
Name
Description
GND
Ground
Q2, C4 GND
Ground
Q3, C3 VCC
Power supply voltage
Q1
7
Q4
Q5
Q6, C6
Q7, C7
IO / TX / PWM
RC6
TX
CCP3
General I/O pin
UART TX
PWM output
IO / RX
RC7
RX
General I/O pin
UART RX
IO / SCK / SCL
RC3
SCK
SCL
General I/O pin
SPI clock input
I2C clock
IO / SDI / SDA
RC4
SDI
SDA
General I/O pin
SPI data
I2C data
Top view
8
Q8 , C8 IO / SDO
RC5
SDO
Q9, C5
Q10
IO / ADC / -SS / COUT
9
RA5
General I/O pin, RFPGM termination
AN4
Analog A/D input
–SS
SPI Slave select
C2OUT
Comparator output
IO / LEDG
RB7
LED1
Q11
IO / ADC / LEDR
RA2
AN2
LED2
DACOUT
Q12
IO / ADC
RB4
Q13
General I/O pin
SPI data out
Bottom view
General I/O pin, programmable pull-up
and interrupt/wake-up on change (IOC)
LEDR supported by OS
General I/O pin
Analog A/D input
LEDR supported by OS
D/A converter output
AN11
General I/O pin, programmable pull-up
and interrupt/wake-up on change (IOC),
RFPGM termination
Analog A/D input
RE3
General input only pin
IN
Q14, C1 IO / ADC / C-IN
RA0
General I/O pin
AN0
Analog A/D input
C12IN0
Comparator –input
Q15, C2 IO
RC2
General I/O pin
Q16
–
Do not use, leave unconnected
7
GND
Ground
8
ANT
Antenna
For manufacturer only
Q17
Q18
P1–P5
Note 7: Not implemented for TR-56DAx.
Note 8: This pin is used as output during initial ~250 ms boot-up to recognize programming mode.
Note 9: External pull-up resistor must be used on this pin when used for RFPGM termination.
There are no on-board protection series resistors on I/O pins. It is recommended to use 200 Ω series resistors on each pin.
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Figure 1: Relative RF range vs. level for the setTXpower(level) function. Refer to IQRF OS Reference guide.
Figure 2: Relative RF range vs. level for the checkRF(level)function. Refer to IQRF OS Reference guide.
Figure 3: Relative RF range vs. antenna orientation (radiation patterns)
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Relative decrease of RF input signal vs. antenna edge spacing to conductive areas
Conductive areas close to the antenna must be avoided.
Figure 4: Perpendicular arrangement
Figure 5: Parallel arrangement
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Mechanical drawings
TR-56D
TR-56DA
Top view. Units: mm.
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Application
Assembly
For proper mounting of surface mount TR-56Dx modules and avoiding damage during solder reflow assembly the
IPC/JEDEC J-STD-020C standard must be observed. The parts must be baked dry according to IPC/JEDEC J-STD-033C,
MSL 4 before reflow soldering. For reflow profile and details refer to the AN010 Application note – SMT mounting of IQRF
TR modules.
Caution: TR-56Dx must not be plugged in a SIM connector with metallic holder.
Recommended PCB layout:
TR-56D
TR-56DA
Top view. Units: mm.
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Operating system
See IQRF OS User's guide and IQRF OS Reference guide.
Software
See Application examples on www.iqrf.org website.
Programming
There are the following possibilities to upload an application program in TR-56Dx modules:
• Wired upload with TR-56Dx plugged via the SIM connector in the CK-USB-04A programmer.
• For TR-56Dx modules populated in an application:
• Wired upload using the CK-USB-04A programmer. See the CK-USB-04A User's guide.
• Wired upload using the CK-USB-04 programmer and the KON-TR-01P adapter. See the KON-TR-01P User's guide.
• RFPGM – RF programmingTM (wireless upload). See the IQRF OS User's guide, Appendix RF programming.
Solderless development prototyping
For flexible development of TR-54D and TR-56D applications the TRDB-54DA kit is intended. It is a removable SIMcompatible device containing the TR-54DA (fully compatible with TR-56DA) which can be plugged in the SIM connector in
user equipment or in an appropriate IQRF development kit, e.g. DK-EVAL-04. Refer to the TR-DB-54DA User's guide for
details.
In countries where FCC provision is valid, the requirements stated in CB-400-Modular Approval Checklist_JS_WIP.pdf
have to be observed. Refer to www.iqrf.org/download, „FCC checklist“.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the
FCC Rules.These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult IQRF support or an experienced local distributor technician for help.
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Product information
Ordering codes
T R - 5 6 D A PP
peripheral options: nil - No shielding
F
- RF shielding
antenna options:
Type
Antenna option
TR-56D
Soldering pad-hole
–
TR-56DA
Internal PCB antenna
–
TR-56DF
Soldering pad-hole
TR-56DAF Internal PCB antenna
TR-56D
nil - Soldering padhole (no antenna, no U.FL connector)
A
- PCB antenna,
C
- U.FL connector (mini coax)
RF shielding
Yes
Yes
TR-56DA
TR-56DF
Document history
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140430
140120
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• 130607
• 130405
Information regarding FCC directives updated.
Chapters Pin description and Programming slightly updated.
Information regarding directives FCC, RoHS and WEEE updated and extended.
Supply voltage and RF range revised.
Datasheet file renamed from DS_TR-56D_131217 to Datasheet_TR-56D_140120.
Recommended PCB design slightly changed.
Certification updated for the latest directives.
Pin description extended, bottom view added. TR-56DA mechanical drawing added. F-option with RF
shielding available. Recommended PCB layout added. Electrical specification simplified.
Chapter Solderless development prototyping updated.
Operational temperature range extended.
Preliminary, for HW v1.00.
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Quality management
ISO 9001 : 2009 certified
Complies with ETSI directives EN 301489-1 V1.9.2:2011, EN 301489-3 V1.6.1:2013,
EN 300220-1 V2.4.1:2012, EN 300220-2 V2.4.1:2012 and VO-R/10/04.2012-7.
Complies with FCC directives Part 15 Low Power Communication Device Transmitter. FCC ID: R24TR-5XDX.
Complies with directives 2011/65/EU (RoHS) and 2012/19/EU (WEEE).
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The IQRF name and logo and MICRORISC name are registered trademarks of MICRORISC s.r.o.
PIC, SPI, Microchip and all other trademarks mentioned herein are property of their respective owners.
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