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Telit Introduces Industry's First Bluetooth Low Energy Module with integrated MEMS Motion and Environmental Sensors

BlueMod+S42M integrated sensor module optimized for mass-deployment, cost-sensitive applications

LONDON, June 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced BlueMod+S42M, a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) 4.2, standalone, single-mode module with embedded 3-axis accelerometer, temperature and humidity sensors. The cost-effective component is optimized for efficiency and simplicity in end-device design and manufacturing, delivering reliable Bluetooth Low Energy functionality with robust endpoint security, motion and environmental sensors and essential features that reduce development costs, bill of materials, and time to market.

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Ideal for large scale projects, the BlueMod+S42M seamlessly expedites device design across a wide range of industrial and consumer applications areas. The embedded sensors are necessary for high-value, fragile asset tracking, and time- or temperature-sensitive applications such as cold chain monitoring in the pharmaceutical and agriculture industries.

The release of the certified BlueMod+S42M complements the exisiting Telit portfolio of Bluetooth and Bluetooth Low Energy modules and directly addresses the demand in the rapidly growing BLE-dependent market. A report released by IndustryARC Analysis, forecasts Bluetooth Low Energy enabled devices shipments to increase to 8.4 billion units by 2020 at a CAGR of 29%.

"Cost, power, and reliability are critical to the success of IoT applications that demand efficient Bluetooth Low Energy solutions," explained Ronen Ben-Hamou, Telit EVP of Products and Solutions. "Our new qualified Bluetooth module caters to designers of all levels with tight development, materials and manufacturing cost constraints and even tighther timelines. The beauty of the +S42M is it's simplicity: single-chip SoC, feature packed, sensibly priced, exceptional power savings, and extensive interoperability."

Full applications can be embedded in the BlueMod+S42M, which is a self-contained System-on-Chip (SoC) requiring no additional external supporting components. It is equipped with an on-board micro controller, integrated chip antenna, passive components, T°/Humidity sensor, and an accelerometer. Leveraging  a rich subset of features from Telit's diverse family of BlueMod+Sx modules, including a GATT interface and Terminal I/O profile combination, the new BlueMod+S42M greatly simplifies and accelerates the development of applications.

In addition to efficient performance and low power consumption, BlueMod+S42M includes value-added features that further streamline development:

  • Bluetooth v4.2 Qualified Module
  • RED, SRCC Certified
  • Generic GATT Client and Server
  • LE Secure Connections
  • Configurable DIS (Device Information Service)
  • LE Data Length Extension
  • Terminal I/O for Easy Transparent Data Transfer (BLE- SPP like)
  • Embedded Sensors
  • Over-the-Air Updates
  • Sample Code for iOS and Android
  • WeChat Air Sync Protocol

Designers using the BlueMod+S42M have access to comprehensive development and integration tools including evaluation and development kits.

For more information about the BlueMod family of wireless modules visit http://www.telit.com/sr-rf/ and visit us at the Sensors Expo in San Jose, CA, June 27-29, booth: 1244.

About Telit
Telit (AIM: TCM), is a global leader in Internet of Things (IoT) enablement.  The company offers the industry's broadest portfolio of integrated products and services for end-to-end IoT deployments – including cellular communication modules in all technologies, GNSS, Wi-Fi, short-to-long range wireless modules, IoT connectivity plans and IoT platform services. Through the IoT Portal, Telit makes IoT onboarding easy, reduces risk, time to market, complexity and costs for asset tracking, remote monitoring and control, telematics, industrial automation and others, across many industries and vertical markets worldwide.

Copyright © 2017 Telit Communications PLC. All rights reserved. Telit and all associated logos are trademarks of Telit Communications PLC in the United States and other countries. Other names used herein may be trademarks of their respective owners.

Telit Media Contact:
Leslie Hart
919-415-1510
[email protected]

 

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