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Silicon Labs BGM220

Bluetooth LE Modules

Secure Bluetooth LE Modules for Battery-Powered IoT Products


  • Asset tags and beacons 
  • Portable medical 
  • Bluetooth mesh low-power nodes 
  • Sports, fitness, and wellness devices
  • Connected homes end devices 
  • Building automation and security 
  • Consumer electronics remote controls

Develop high-volume, battery-powered Bluetooth LE IoT products with the BGM220S SiP and BGM220P PCB modules. The BGM220 modules offer optimum RF range and performance, future-proof capabilities for feature and OTA firmware updating, enhanced security, and low energy consumption. 

Complete with fully-upgradeable, robust software stacks, world-wide regulatory certifications, advanced development and debugging tools, and engineering support–the BGM220 modules help accelerate time-to-market.

Based on Silicon Labs’ Award-Winning EFR32BG22 SoC

The BGM220 modules support Bluetooth 5.2 (BLE), direction-finding, and Bluetooth Mesh low power node protocols to deliver industry-leading accuracy.

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Based on Silicon Labs' award-winning EFRB32BG22 SoC, the BGM220S SiP and BGM220P PCB Bluetooth LE modules offer unmatched performance, security, and reliability to support high-volume, battery powered IoT products running on Bluetooth networks. Find out more as Symmetry Electronics dives in to the specs and benefits of this new technology.

Silicon Laboratories, Inc. (Silicon Labs) is a worldwide fabless semiconductor company headquartered in Austin, Texas, United States. Silicon Labs provides silicon, software and solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), Internet infrastructure, industrial automation, consumer and automotive markets.

Silicon Labs was founded in 1996 and pioneered RF and CMOS integration, developing the first CMOS RF synthesizer for mobile phones. Since the company's inception, Silicon Labs has focused on connectivity solutions, starting with PC modems and most recently as a leading provider of solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) with an emphasis on connectivity, performance, energy savings, and simplicity. Its products include microcontrollers (MCUs), wireless SoCs, timing devices, low-power sensors, and broadcast solutions. The company's software stack solutions include firmware libraries, protocol-based software, and the Simplicity Studio development platform.