BlueBeacon Gateway is a BLE-beacon reader that allows to interface an installation of BLE beacons directly with the cloud, via LAN or WiFi network (802.11.n).
BlueBeacon Gateway is available in two versions:- RB/O: with omnidirectional BLE antenna;- RB/D: with directive BLE antenna.
Possible applications with BlueBeacon Gateway are: remote monitoring of fixed beacon installations; identification of BLE beacons used as active radio tags applied to moving objects or people.
Functional software customizations are available on demand.
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Platform: Raspberry Pi3 Model B
Processor: 1.2GHz 64-bit quad-core ARMv8
Connectivity: Ethernet, WiFi (not available on version RB/D)
Interfaces: 4x USB, 40x GPIO (configurable)
Version: 4.1 Bluetooth Smart (Low Energy)
Frequency: da 2.402 a 2.480 GHz
Antenna: Version RB/O: integrated omnidirectional chip antenna
Antenna: Version RB/D: planar directive linearly polarized antenna with 14dBi gain
Power voltage: 5VDC (Version RB/O: microUSB; Version RB/D: miniUSB)
Current: 2.5A (max)
Mechanical and environmental specification
Size: Version RB/O: 100 x 73 x 30 mm
Size: Version RB/D: 185 x 185 x 65 mm
Mounting kit: Version RB/O: wall-mounting plastic flange (optional)
Mounting kit: Version RB/D: pole-mounting aluminium bracket
Protection: Version RB/O: IP40
Protection: Version RB/D: IP67
Operating temperature: -10°C to +50°C
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individually or in combinations to create beacons that can be used for a variety of applications. BlueBeacon devices are certified from Google.
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