Newark element14 has launched the new Panasonic 1325A/1315A Series Bluetooth High Temperature Modules, made with a new CC2560A controller from Texas Instruments.As the latest addition to Panasonic’s Host Controlled Interface (HCI) Bluetooth RF Module product line, the series has all of the features of the existing and proven PAN1325/1315 Series, but with the added benefits of improved efficiency.
The Panasonic series modules from Newark element14 are designed to work with and improve a wide range of devices:
- Consumer health services (heart rate monitors, blood pressure sensors, thermometers, blood glucose meters)
- Assisted living (floor alarms, heating devices, automatic key controls)
- Industrial Sensors (Machine to Machine [M2M])
- Toys and games
- Entertainment devices
- Mobile accessories
- Fitness (equipment computers, pedometers)
The Panasonic modules can easily be integrated into new and existing designs by removing previous certification barriers from the application. Power and system efficiency is improved with reduced initialization script size and start-up time, and decreased system memory requirements. Designing a module-based solution also reduces expensive development, test, certification and production resource requirements.
“Panasonic’s RF modules and development kits are consistent with the Newark element14 goal of providing a full suite of tools for the design engineer seeking solutions that demand simplicity of use, lower power consumption and enhanced security,” said Wilson Lee, director of product marketing at Newark element14. “The modules help get wireless products to the market faster by sharply reducing the design-to-production path.”
Newark element14 offers design engineers a space to share project concepts with 180,000 members in its award-winning element14 community,the first of its kind. Additionally, the industry’s most comprehensive online knowledge resource for electronic design, the Knode on element14, is a first stop for any engineer undertaking a design project with a development kit.
For more information or to purchase the modules, visit Newark element14.
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