TinySensor is a Bluetooth Low Energy sensor device.
TinySensor is based on same hardware platform of TinyGateway WiFi, with Nordic Semiconductors nRF52832 SoC for Bluetooth LE support.
TinySensor board integrates a socket designed according to specifications of MikroBUS™ standard, which allows to customize it with an add-on sensor board from the MikroE Click boards catalogue or from a custom design. TinySensor can be a temperature and humidity sensor, an air quality sensor, a gas sensor, and more. It can also be used as development board to accelerate IoT projects.

Bluetooth LE specifications
Core module: Nordic Semiconductor nRF52832 SoC, 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4
Protocol: Bluetooth Low Energy v4.0/5.0 (up to 5.3)
Advertising: iBeacon, Eddystone, Sensor (configurable)
Frequency band: 2.402 to 2.480 GHz
Channel spacing: 2 MHz
Sensitivity: -96 dBm
TX power: 4dBm (max.)
Antenna type: Planar Inverted F-antenna
Antenna gain: 2dBi
Interface: compatible with MikroBUS™ standard
Available sensors: select from MikroE Click boards catalogue or request custom design
Power supply
Power voltage: (a) 5 Vdc (USB); (b) 4.5 to 30 Vdc (internal 2-port)
Power connector: (a) USB: USB-C connector; (b) Internal 2-port: pluggable connector, Würth series 301/3157 compatible. Rear knockout for cable entry (20mm diameter)
Current: depends on sensor type and configuration
Mechanical specifications
Material: Recyclable ABS plastic (flame-resistant)
Color: White
Size: 74 x 74 x 25.5 mm
Weight: 50 gr
Protection: - (vented enclosure)
Assembly: Front and back clip together construction
Mounting options: Dual-adhesive or screws
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature: -40°C to +65°C
Storage temperature: -40°C to +105°C

Available configurations




iBeacon technology creates a small area of detection for Bluetooth 4.0 enabled mobile devices. Bluetooth LE devices use iBeacon licensed technology, and have been certified by BlueUp to meet Apple Proximity Beacon Specifications

Eddystone is a protocol specification that defines Bluetooth LE formats for proximity beacon advertising, with different frame types that may be used individually or in combinations. The BlueUp beacons have been certified by Google in accordance with the requirements of the Eddystone specifications.