Blue Charm Beacons - Proximity Beacon w / iBeacon, Eddystone URL, or Eddystone UID Broadcasts (Black) - Free Configuration Apps - Nearby Notifications Compatible
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Description: Utilizing the energy efficient TI CC2640 chip, this high quality beacon uniquely supports your choice of iBeacon, Eddystone-UID, or Eddystone-URL broadcasts at any one time.
Configuring the beacon to broadcast your target website URL is very simple with our free config app.
Clicking the middle button twice cycles the beacon through these three different broadcast modes. The middle button, when pressed for more than two seconds, also acts as an on-off switch. There are two holes in the side to attach a string so it can be hung/worn.
Beacon name, your website URL, UUID, TX signal strength, broadcast interval, major/minor, etc. are customizable via the free app (Android and iPhone versions available).
The free configuration app is available in Google Play Store and iOS App Store. The beacon is shipped with printed configuration instructions plus our website has a very detailed password-protected step by step instruction page with multiple screenshots. Login username and password will be included with your shipment.
Transmission: iBeacon, Eddystone URL and Eddystone UID
Compatible with Google's Nearby Notifications (detailed instructions are provided on our website)
Battery size: CR2032 (included)
Number of batteries:1
Battery included: yes
Battery life: 300 days @ 1s (manufacturer spec)
Size: 36mm x 36mm x 6mm
Weight: 8.6g including battery weight
Password to configure: yes
Power range: -23 to +4 dBm
On off switch: yes
Chip: TI CC2640
Transmit distance: 30m
Android config app: yes
iOS config app: yes
Android SDK: yes
iOS SDK: yes
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