Bluetooth® Classic modules
Industry experts have predicted that approximately 500 billion devices will be wirelessly linked together throughout all fields of private, business or industrial contexts by 2030. Wireless technology is very likely to further revolutionize data processing, storage, and exchange. However, energy efficiency is a crucial task for state-of-the-art Bluetooth or WiFi technology.
Bluetooth® is a standard designed and administered by the Bluetooth® Special Interest Group (BT SIG). Conceived as a 2.4GHz wireless standard to replace wired headsets in 1999, Bluetooth® has grown in both scope and capability.
Bluetooth Classic was developed for continuous data streaming including voice transmission, has replaced wired technology in many areas, and has not only found its way into the consumer market but also into industrial and medical applications.
Classic with a perspective
Bluetooth Classic still is, and will further be, an essential component of the industrial Internet of Things: For sensor hubs, for factory automation processes and wherever there are still cables to be replaced...
- Sensor Hubs
- Factory Automation
- Cable Replacement
Part of the smart home
Whether it's about wireless audio entertainment systems or access points, there are almost no smart homes without classical Bluetooth transmission features.
- Wireless Audio
- Access Points
A health issue…
Bluetooth eases health data processing in manifold applicatons in the fitness as well as in the medical sector, such as various sensors.
- Healthcare Accessoires
- Fitness Sensors