Bluetooth 4.1 Module Helps Engineers Add Low-Energy Connectivity

Tue, 07/15/2014 - 6:49pm
Kurt Gasparro, Video Production Specialist

This year at the Sensors Expo in Rosemont, IL, editor-in-chief, David Mantey sat down with Microchip’s Dave Richkas to discuss their latest products and technologies.

One of the products announced from the show includes Microchip’s first Bluetooth 4.1 Low Energy module. The RN4020, an integrated Bluetooth Low Energy stack, with onboard support for common SIG low-energy profiles, speeds time to market and eliminates expensive certification costs while reducing development risks.

The product is Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) certified, and is available today with all of the hardware, software, and certifications that designers need to add low-energy connectivity to their designs.

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