Wirepas SafeX

Wirepas SafeX is a wearable battery-powered Bluetooth Low Energy beacon based on nRF52832 SoC, with full support of Wirepas mesh network protocol.
Wirepas 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 2 alternative versions:
Standard: waterproof IP65 enclosure, with tre wearability options: SafeClip (clip for belt/pocket), SafeCord (eyelet for lanyard), SafeBand (silicone wrist-strap);
Lite: with eyelet for lanyard or badge-clip.

General features
Operating modes: Non-router mode - Mobile tag (periodic transmission of identifier and location)
Configuration and diagnostics: Wirepas Network Tool application
TX power: -40, -20 to 4 dBm (with 4dB steps)
Advertising interval: 15secs to 18 hours
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
Replaceable: Yes
Model: 1x CR2477 (1000 mAh typ. capacity at 25°C)
Expected life: 2 years at 10 minutes interval, 10 years at 18 hours interval (24/7 at ambient temperature)
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 (only on Standard version)
Material: ASA plastic
Colour: white
Size: 55 x 46 x 17 mm (Standard), 55 x 45 x 16 mm (Lite)
Fastening: clip for belt/pocket (Standard SafeClip), eyelet for lanyard (Standard SafeCord) silicone wriststrap (Standard SafeBand); eyelet for lanyard/clip (Lite)
Protection: IP65 (Standard), - (Lite)

Available options

Standard - SafeClip

Standard - SafeCord

Standard - SafeBand


BlueBeacon Wirepas SafeX supports Wirepas Mesh protocol. The Wirepas Mesh protocol is a wireless network protocol that uses a multi-hop, self-organizing, and decentralized design. Decentralized network topology enables extremely dense network deployment. Wirepas Mesh protocol is used for indoor localization solutions with cable-less infrastructure: all devices (mobile tags and anchors) are battery operated.