Keyfob Tag Wirepas is a keyfob-like battery-powered mobile tag, based on nRF52832 SoC, with full support of Wirepas Mesh 2.4GHz features.
Keyfob Tag Wirepas can be used as an identification badge for personnel or assets. By using the internal accelerometer, it can be configured to automatically enter into low-power mode for battery savings.
Keyfob Tag Wirepas uses a couple of CR2032 coin batteries that are easily replaceable by simply removing the snap-fit cover.
Software: Wirepas Mesh 2.4GHz v5.x
Operating modes: Non-router mode - Mobile tag (periodic or on-event transmission of identifier and location)
Configuration and diagnostics: Wirepas Network Tool, Wirepas gateway APIs, MeshCube APIs
Mobile tag operating states: default, motion, alarm (button, free-fall, man-down), sleep
Positioning interval: 15 secs to 18 hours (configurable for each state)
Positioning state-timeout: 15 secs to 18 hours (configurable for each state)
Beaconing: configurable (disable, iBeacon, Safety, Quuppa Emulation Mode)
Beaconing interval: 100 msec to 1 hour (configurable for each state)
Beaconing power: -40, -20 to 4 dBm with 4 dB steps (configurable for each state)
Version: Wirepas Mesh 2.4GHz, Bluetooth Low Energy (advertising-only)
Frequency: 2.402 to 2.480 GHz
Module: Nordic SoC nRF52832 (MCU and transceiver)
Antenna: printed meandered planar F-antenna
Antenna gain: 2 dB (average)
Antenna pattern: omnidirectional
Model: 2x Panasonic CR2032 (450 mAh typ. capacity at 25°C)
Expected life: 15 months at 5 minutes interval, 7.5 years at 6 hours interval (24/7 at ambient temperature)
Operating temperature: -20°C to +60°C
Accelerometer: 3-axis linear accelerometer
Material: ABS plastic
Size: 65 x 35 x 11 mm
Weight: 18 gr
Fastening: hole for lanyard/ring
Wirepas Mesh 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 MeshCube platform
with cable-less infrastructure: all devices (mobile tags and anchors) are