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Next-gen Bluetooth module enables advanced wireless connectivity

Next-gen Bluetooth module enables advanced wireless connectivity
Featuring what the company claims to be the industry's lowest power Bluetooth Low Energy SoC, the next-gen Bluetooth module from Panasonic has been introduced. The PAN1760A module benefits from a peak power consumption of only 3.3mA in Tx and Rx mode, enabling advanced wireless functionalities in IoT, medical, and industrial applications without compromising battery life. Mandatory and optional Bluetooth 4.2 features are supported.
12th October 2017

Professional grade tablet designed for precision agriculture

Professional grade tablet designed for precision agriculture
In collaboration with u-blox, Panasonic has announced the launch of what it claims to be the world’s first tablet using centimetre-level RTK-GNSS technology. Toughpad, the newly born version of Panasonic’s professional grade notebooks family, is specifically designed for precision agriculture, machine control and robotic guidance applications in harsh environments and conditions. Embedded in the tablet is a u-blox NEO-M8 GNSS receiver module delivering high integrity and precision in demanding applications worldwide.
10th May 2017

IC enables batteryless RF communication

IC enables batteryless RF communication
Panasonic Automotive & Industrial Systems Europe's range of NFC tags has expanded with the introduction of a new IC for batteryless RF communication which is compliant with JISX6319-4 (212kbps/424kbps), ISO/IEC14443 TypeA (106kbps), and ISO/IEC14443 TypeB (106kbps/212kbps/424kbps) 13.56-MHz contactless IC card standards and therefore guarantees global interoperability.
13th February 2017


BLE & NFC combo module consumes zero power in standby mode

BLE & NFC combo module consumes zero power in standby mode
Designed for implementing Bluetooth functionality into various electronic devices, Panasonic Automotive & Industrial Systems Europe announces a short-range, BLE and NFC combo module. The cost-effective PAN1761 series is based on a leading edge Toshiba SoC and supports both BLE functionality v4.1 and NFC through a NFC Forum Type 3 compliant tag.
30th August 2016

Grid-EYE smartphone app enables data capture

Grid-EYE smartphone app enables data capture
The Grid-EYE App for iOS, which enables capturing data from the Grid-EYE evaluation kit via the Bluetooth smart module PAN1740 on to a smartphone has been announced by Panasonic Automotive and Industrial Systems Europe. The data from the Grid-EYE evaluation kit (integrating a Grid-EYE sensor, a nanopower PAN1740 Bluetooth Smart module and a microcontroller) consists of 64 pixels temperature values which correspond to the 8x8 pixels of the Grid-EYE sensor.
9th August 2016

Low power Bluetooth module targets IoT applications

Low power Bluetooth module targets IoT applications
Panasonic Automotive & Industrial Systems has announced a next-gen Bluetooth Smart module v4.1 with integrated antenna and embedded GATT profile. Designed for the IoT, the PAN1760 series is a cost-effective, low-power, true SoC solution for low energy Bluetooth applications such as data transfer to smartphones/tablets, wireless health monitoring, smart home, general industry and portable applications without host MCU.
9th February 2016

Evaluation kit enables fast prototyping of IoT applications

Evaluation kit enables fast prototyping of IoT applications
Panasonic Automotive & Industrial Systems is launching a Grid-EYE IR Array sensor evaluation kit this autumn that combines its ‘nanopower’ PAN1740 Bluetooth Smart module and a MCU on one PCB. By combining its IR sensor technology with Bluetooth technology and software for IR detection of people and objects on one board, Panasonic enables customers to develop rapid prototypes and quickly build their own wireless sensor IoT applications.
4th September 2015

Panasonic enters Wi-Fi module market with full range of products that simplify design and cut cost

Panasonic Automotive & Industrial Systems is entering the WiFi market with new modules designed to allow developers to get to market ahead of their competition. At Electronica 2014, Panasonic is presenting three different Wi-Fi module series: shortly after, the company plans to introduce additional combo Wi-Fi modules with different wireless technologies and multi-frequency options.
13th November 2014


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