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Wireless Connectivity Modules for Industry 4.0 and IoT

SimpleLink Bluetooth low energy certified modules from Texas Instruments provide long range with ultra-low power consumption.

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The devices are wireless microcontroller modules that target Bluetooth low energy applications, and can also run ZigBee and 6LoWPAN and ZigBee RF4CE remote control applications. In addition to the new Bluetooth low energy modules, the company offers modules to ease development of products with Wi-Fi, dual-mode Bluetooth, Wi-Fi + Bluetooth combo connectivity technology and more. Benefits of designing with the company’s wireless connectivity modules provides an array of benefits to developers include low power consumption and long range, quick development time thanks to pre-certified modules for FCC/IC/CE/TELEC country specific regulations and Wi-Fi Alliance certification, along with integrated antennas and TI tools ecosystem. The company also offers certified software stacks for the Bluetooth specification. Developers can use the new module as a single-chip solution or as a wireless network processor to easily add Bluetooth low energy to a range of IoT applications. In addition, multiple wireless connectivity module-based development kits are available.

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