Product Brief

BLE Tag is battery-powered Bluetooth based power efficient active tag with the minimal form factor. The tag is specially designed for addressing real-world enterprise-grade applications such as asset tracking and condition monitoring. The product also offers flexibility for configurations.



MCU Specifications
MCU Core ARM Cortex-M0 32-bit CPU
CPU frequency 16 MHz
ROM 126 kB
SRAM 96 kB
Ext. Flash Memory 256 kB
Radio Specifications
Standard Compliant with Bluetooth v5.0
Frequency band 2.402 GHz to 2.480 GHz
No of advertising channels 3
Transmit output power 0 dBm
Receiver sensitivity -93 dBm
Tx current consumption 3.4 mA
Radio Specifications (contd)
Rx current consumption 3.7 mA
Type Integrated meandered planar inverted F-antenna (PIFA)
Type Li-ion battery
Replaceable No
Model CR2032  (Provision to connect CR2477)
Nominal voltage 3 V
Capacity 225 mAh (or as battery selected)
Expected lifetime More than two years (subject to vary based on battery capacity and squawk rate)
  • Triaxial low-g accelerometer
  • Digital Resolution: 12 bit
  • Measurement range: ±2 g, ±4 g, ±8 g, ±16 g


  • Digital Resolution: 8 bit
  • Measurement range: –40°C to +125°C
  • Resolution: 1°C
  • IoT, Asset Tracking, Proximity, Beacons, Lost & Found Alert /Notifications


  1. Location-based services and indoor navigation, such as helping people find their way around large buildings or helping businesses track the location of their assets.
  2. Proximity marketing and advertising, such as sending targeted advertisements to consumers who are in close proximity to a beacon.
  3. Contact tracing and health monitoring, such as helping to track the spread of infectious diseases or monitoring the health of individuals in real-time.
  4. Retail and e-commerce, such as enabling customers to make contactless payments or providing personalized offers and recommendations based on a customer’s location.
  5. Asset tracking and inventory management, such as helping businesses track the location of their inventory in real-time and prevent loss or theft.
  6. Security and access control, such as using beacons to control access to buildings or other secure areas.
  7. Transportation and logistics, such as helping to track the location and movement of vehicles in real-time.