- Wi-Fi 5, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
- Bluetooth 5.2 BR/EDR/LE
- SDIO 3.0 interface, SDR50@100MHz
- Chipset: Infineon/Cypress CYW4373E
The 2AE / 2BC M.2 modules, co-developed by Embedded Artists and Murata, are designed for evaluation, integration and ease-of-use.
The 2AE / 2BC M.2 modules are identical except for the operating temperature range. The 2AE M.2 is designed for industrial applications, having a temperature range of -40 to +85 degrees Celsius, while the 2BC M.2 has a temperature range of -20 to +40 degrees Celsius.
You get started immediately by following our getting started guide:
Our integration guide help you integrate an M.2 module in your next embedded design. It for example contains general information about the M.2 standard and reference schematics.
Murata has a specific landing page presenting our support for NXP’s i.MX application processor family.
For full specification on 2AE module (LBEE5PK2AE) see Murata’s 2AE product page and 2AE datasheet.
For full specification on 2BC module (LBEE5PK2BC) see Murata’s 2BC product page and 2BC datasheet.
|Murata module||LBEE5PK2AE / LBEE5PK2BC, also known as Murata 2AE / 2BC|
|Chipset||Infineon/Cypress CYW4373E / CYW4373|
|Standards||802.11a/b/g/n/ac, Wi-Fi 5|
|Network||AP and STA dual mode|
|Frequency||2.4 GHz & 5 GHz|
|Data rates||11, 54, 433 Mbps|
|Host interface||SDIO 3.0, SDR104@208MHz and DDR50|
|Standards||5.2 BR/EDR/LE, 3MPHY|
|Power Class||Class 1|
|Host interface||4-wire UART@4MBaud|
|Audio interface||PCM for audio|
|Supply voltage||3.3V (3.13-3.5V)|
|Receive mode current (WLAN)||40-90 mA typical|
|Transmit mode current (WLAN)||350 mA typical|
|M.2 standard||Type 2230-S3-EWidth 22 mm, length 30mm, component height 1.5 mm and E-key connector|
|Measurements||22x30 mm without trace antenna, 22x44 mm with trace antenna|
|-40 to +85 degrees Celsius for 2AE, -20 to +70 degrees Celsius for 2BC|
|Product Classification and Status|
|Integration board; Volume|
|Flyers and specifications|
|2AE / 2BC M.2 Datasheet|
|Generic M.2 module 3D-models|
|Documentation and guides|
|Getting started with M.2 modules - iMX 6/7/8|