nRF7002 DK v1.0.0

Connector interface

Access to the nRF5340 GPIOs is available from connectors P2, P3, P4, P5, P6, and P24.

The P1 connector provides access to ground and power on the nRF7002 DK.

Figure 1. nRF7002 DK connectors
nRF7002 DK connectors

Some of the signals are also available on connectors P7, P8, P9, P10, P11, and P12, which are on the back of the Development Kit (DK). By mounting pin lists on the connector footprints, the nRF7002 DK can be used as a shield for 3.3 V Arduino motherboards or other boards that follow the Arduino standard.

For easy access to GPIO, power, and ground, the signals can also be found on the through-hole connectors P13P17.

The following pins have default settings:

When the nRF7002 DK is used as a shield together with an Arduino standard motherboard, the Arduino signals are routed as shown in the following figure.

Figure 2. Arduino signals routing on the nRF7002 DK
Arduino signals routing on the nRF7002 DK

Note: The nRF7002 DK runs at 1.8 V and needs modification to work with standard Arduino boards.