2014年5月29日 星期四

Raytac BT4.0 Tiny Module Shipment Started

Raytac Corporation
A BT4.0 module maker based on Nordic nRF51 solution (nRF51822 & nRF51422)
www.raytac.com
Tel: +886.2.3234.0208
email: 
service@raytac.com


MDBT40nano is a BLE module build up based on Nordic nRF51 series WLCSP package IC.
This module is designed be an idea part to fit into any wearing device or device with limited mechannical space.
Surely, the attractive point not only just it is small but also a distinctive RF transmission performance and 20 IO available.
     
After several times discreet studying and trial productions, Raytac now is pleased to announce that MDBT40nano is ready for shipment!

The module size 8.0 x 8.6mm is the best pal of wearing device development.




MDBT40nano
Solution: 
nRF51822: BT4.0 + 2.4GHz RF  (WLCSP Package)
nRF51422: BT4.0 + ANT+  (WLCSP Package)


ARM Cortex: M0 32 bit processor

Memory: 256kb
IO: 20





                                      Size Compared with CR2032 Battery






2014年5月28日 星期三

BT4.0 Products For MFi Program

Raytac Corporation
A BT4.0 module maker based on Nordic nRF51 solution (nRF51822 & nRF51422)
www.raytac.com
Tel: +886.2.3234.0208
email: 
service@raytac.com

As the leading BLE(BT4.0) module maker, we often recieved the customer's request to have the module join MFi Program.

Per  Apple's explanation, a device using only Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) / BTLE / Bluetooth 4.0 or standard Bluetooth profiles is no need to join the MFi Program.

Customers' products, which aimed to connect to an Apple device (iPad & iPhone), based on Raytac's BT4.0 modules does not need to join MFi Program


 Reference data from:
 https://mfi.apple.com/MFiWeb/getFAQ.action#1-1

I want to develop an accessory that communicates with an Apple device using only Bluetooth Low Energy. Do I need to join the MFi Program?

No. Accessories which connect to an Apple device using only Bluetooth Low Energy/BTLE/Bluetooth 4.0 or standard Bluetooth profiles supported by iOS are not part of the MFi Program.




What types of accessories and technologies are not part of the MFi Program?

Accessories that do not use any of the MFi licensed technology listed above are not part of the MFi Program. For example: