wearable & Wireless BLE technology

Step into the era of connected excellence with 2M, your expert partner in wired and wireless connected products. Our proficiency spans across a wide range of wearable devices, where we seamlessly integrate wireless BLE and other wireless technologies like standard LORA, WiFi, and NFC, depending on the specific application.

Wireless BLE wearable devices are revolutionizing the way we experience connectivity. With their ultra-low power consumption, you can say goodbye to constant battery recharges, allowing for uninterrupted usage and convenience.

Experience effortless data exchange with mobile devices through BLE. Our wearable sensor devices can directly transfer data to your mobile phone, giving you the flexibility to store data for later analysis or stream live data in real-time.

Discover the power of standardized wireless technology with wireless BLE products. This groundbreaking advancement enables billions of devices to join the connected world, all while consuming minimal power. With 2M, you can unlock the full potential of wireless connectivity and seamlessly integrate it into your wearable devices.

Join us on this remarkable journey and embrace the connected world with 2M’s wireless BLE wearable devices. Experience convenience, efficiency, and a whole new level of connectivity. Together, let’s shape a future where every device effortlessly communicates, making the world a smarter and more connected place.

Wireless wearable devices

Wireless wearable devices can be extremely low power. So no battery recharges.

Easy data exchange with mobile devices

Wireless BLE allows for direct data transfer from wearable sensor device to mobile phone. Store data first or directly stream live data. All is possible. BLE is supported on iOS from the iPhone 4S onwards. Alle newer iPhones and iPADS are BLE enabled. Android embraced the BLE technology a little later, but now most new Android phones also support BLE

Standardized wireless technology

BLE products represent a quantum leap for wireless technology, allowing billions of previously disconnected devices to join the connected world with very low power consumption. 

What is Bluetooth technology?

Bluetooth® technology is the global wireless standard enabling, convenient, secure connectivity for an expanding range of devices and service​s. It is an essential element for bringing everyday objects into the connected world. Created by Ericsson in 1994, Bluetooth wireless technology was originally conceived as a wireless alternative to RS-232 data cables. Bluetooth technology exchanges data over short distances using radio transmissions. Bluetooth technology operates in the unlicensed industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) band at 2.4 to 2.485 GHz, using a spread spectrum, frequency hopping, full-duplex signal at a nominal rate of 1600 hops/sec. The 2.4 GHz ISM band is available and unlicensed in most countries.

What is wireless BLE used for?

Wireless BLE technology is built into billions of products, from cars and mobile phones to medical devices and computers and even forks and toothbrushes. Bluetooth technology allows you to share voice, data, music, photos, videos and other information wirelessly between paired devices.

What else can Wireless BLE technology do?

Originally intended to be a wireless replacement for cables on phones, headsets, keyboards and mice, Bluetooth technology now goes way beyond that. BLE technology is bringing everyday devices into a digital and connected world. In the health and fitness market, the use cases vary widely — from sensors that monitor activity levels to medical and wellness devices that monitor healthcare, like a glucometer, inhaler or toothbrush. The top-selling Smartphones, PCs and tablets all support Bluetooth technology. In-vehicle systems give the ability to make phone calls, send texts, and even make dinner reservations.

Range

Range is application specific and although a minimum range is mandated by the Core Specification, there is not a limit and manufacturers can tune their implementation to support the use case they are enabling. Range may vary depending on class of radio used in an implementation:

  • Class 3 radios – have a range of up to 1 meter or 3 feet
  • Class 2 radios – most commonly found in mobile devices – have a range of 10 meters or 33 feet
  • Class 1 radios – used primarily in industrial use cases – have a range of 100 meters or 300 feet
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