SafeX is a wearable battery-powered Bluetooth Low Energy beacon based on nRF52832 SoC. It simultaneously supports multiple
technologies: iBeacon, Eddystone (full support, with GATT and EID), Quuppa (emulation mode). It also supports the new Safety packet.
SafeX is designed for industrial and safety applications: robust case, replaceable long-life coin CR2477 battery, alarm button, 2 LEDs, buzzer, vibration motor.
It is provided in a waterproof IP65 enclosure.
8 slots configurable for non-connectable advertising frames:
- 4 slots, each configurable for Eddystone frame types: UID, URL, TLM or EID.
Full support for specifications Eddystone Configuration GATT Service by Google
- 4 slots, each configurable for the following frame types: iBeacon, Quuppa (Direction Finding packet)
Advertising interval (independently configurable for each slot): 0.1 to 60 secs
TX power (independently configurable for each slot): -40 dBm, -20dBm to 4 dBm (with 4dB steps)
Additional configuration options: non-connectable mode, anonymous mode, programmable time period, orientation/motion-detection mode, locked/unlocked mode, change password
Support for Safety packet: beacon ID, battery status, motion detection, button-press (short/long), man-down detection
Configurable with BlueBeacon Manager App for Android and
Version: Bluetooth 4.2, Low Energy (Bluetooth5-ready)
Frequency: 2.402 to 2.480 GHz
Module: Nordic SoC nRF52832 (MCU and transceiver)
Antenna: printed meandered planar F-antenna
Model: 1x CR2477 (1000 mAh typ. capacity at 25°C)
Expected life: 8 months to 15 years, 24/7 at ambient temperature (depending on configuration); 3.4 years with default settings;Enabling accelerometer-based modes can significantly increase battery life.
Operating temperature: -20°C to +60°C
Sensors and interfaces
Sensors: 3-axis linear accelerometer
User interfaces: button, 2 LEDs (red, yellow), buzzer, vibration motor
Material: ASA plastic
Size: 55 x 46 x 17 mm
Weight: 23 gr (without accessories)
Fastening: silicone wriststrap (Standard SafeBand)
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.