Based on the SmartBond DA14695 Bluetooth® Low Energy (LE) 5.2 system-on-chip (SoC), the DA14695 module brings out all the DA14695 hardware features and capabilities. The module integrates all passives, antenna, and a 32Mbit QSPI FLASH, and is supported by software that is easy to work with. The DA14695 module targets broad market use and will be certified across regions providing significant reductions in development cost and risks, and time-to-market.


  • Multi-core: CM33F at 96MHz as application core, CM0+ at 96MHz as configurable MAC, sensor node controller
  • Integrated (USB) charger (JEITA support, SW Fuel-gauge)
  • Integrated LCD display controller
  • Receive sensitivity -96dBm, transmit +6dBm
  • 8-ch. 14-bit Sigma-Delta ADC
  • 512KB RAM
  • 7 power domains for power consumption efficiency (dev kit auto selects for easy use)
  • ‘Banking-level’ security
  • Bluetooth LE 5.2 and proprietary 2.4GHz protocols
  • Rich range of interface options



  • Connected medical
  • Asset tracking (rechargeable)
  • Wearables/Fitness band
  • HID (Gaming/AR/VR)
  • Locationing (rechargeable)
  • Resilient ranging/Proximity (WiRa™)
  • Home automation
  • Industrial automation
  • Rechargeable, wireless products


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Manual - Development Tools
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PDF 3.66 MB Manual - Software
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PDF 1.17 MB Application Note
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PDF 243 KB Guide
PDF 439 KB Device Errata
PDF 311 KB Application Note
PDF 525 KB White Paper
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Design & Development

Software & Tools

Software & Tools

Software title
Software type
SmartBond™ emWin support for DA1469x
The emWin embedded graphics library developed by SEGGER Microcontroller is now offered with the SmartBond® DA1469x wireless microcontrollers.
Imaging Renesas
SmartBond™ Development Tools
SmartSnippets™ Studio is a royalty-free software development platform for SmartBond™ devices.
Software Package Renesas
SmartBond™ Flash Programmer
The Renesas SmartBond™ Flash Programmer tool lets the user program a flash device for the DA1453x, DA14585/586, and DA1469x SoCs (System on Chip).
Software Package Renesas
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Companion Products

Multi-Core Bluetooth® 5.2 SoC with System Power Management Unit
Princess Cruise Lines Uses WiRa Technology From Renesas To Deliver A Customized Passenger Experience

Princess CEO John Padgett talks about transforming the cruise industry with the Renesas DA14695 multi-core Bluetooth® SoC with WiRa in their onboard medallion system to monitor 4,000 Wi-Fi access points, 2,000 crew devices and 8,000 sensors in real time.

WiRa™ Technology

WiRa (Wireless Ranging) technology offers fine-grain, phase-based ranging performance approaching UWB (ultra-wideband) accuracy, while using significantly lower power, extending battery life, and lowering solution cost, including advanced and proprietary algorithms to deliver enhanced performance.

Current Bluetooth® low energy market solutions for distance measurement and positioning are based on measuring the strength or power of the received radio signal, known as Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) measurements. However, these received power measurements may be inherently flawed due to the sensitivity of objects in the radio path blocking or reflecting the radio signals.

WiRa uses a proprietary radar-like implementation for highly improved distance measurement accuracy between Bluetooth LE connected devices. By interleaving Bluetooth LE data packets with constant tone frequency exchanges, the DA1469x on-chip 2.4 GHz radio generates the signals needed for phase-based ranging. The high resolution on-chip sampling of radio waves provides high quality IQ samples that form the input for distance determination. Data processing algorithms filter the data for noise, interference and reflections, to produce the shortest over-the-air signal path length as an accurate distance output.

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