Wireless iBeacon Receiver

The Wireless iBeacon Receiver can work as Bluetooth 4.0 receiver. It will scan the iBeacon device nearby and post to the remote server side. The device work as Wi-Fi station status. It will connect the Wi-Fi AP and connect to internet.

Specifications

  • Scan multiple beacon device in same time
  • MQTT protocol
  • Transfer data via Wi-Fi
  • The fastest transport frequency is 1 second. Good for realtime scan requirement.

Hardware

Parameters Description Remark
Work Voltage 5V DC / 2A
Power Interface MINI-USB
Bluetooth Protocol Bluetooth 4.0
Receiving Sensitivity -93dBm High gain mode
Bluetooth Antenna 50 Ohm External 2dBm antenna
Bluetooth Scan Duration Configure as 1 - 10 seconds 1 second default
Wi-Fi Antenna 50 Ohm PCB antenna
Work with Wi-Fi AP 2.4G Wi-Fi AP only
Working Temperature(C) -20 ~ 65
Dimension 59.3mm x 75.3mm x 11.6mm

Applications

  • Indoor Location
  • Meeting sign in
  • Check in
  • Parking & Checking in
  • Sensor data collection
  • Home automation
  • User data collection
  • ...

Quick Start

The receiver will try to connect WiFi hotspot that SSID = hello and password = 12345678 default.

  • Turn on the "personal hotsport mode" for your mobile
  • Change the SSID = hello and password = 12345678
  • Power on the receiver
  • Access the IP with browser if the receiver connected to your mobile
  • Re-power the receiver. The receiver will connect a MQTT Broker provide by ApilBrother default. - mqtt.bconimg.com
  • Download the free software [//mosquitto.org mosquitto] to access the beacon datas uploaded by the receiver.

Please refer the "How To Config" Section for more information.

About LED Status

  • Red LED: It just mean the device is power on
  • Yellow LED: It mean the device started the network module
  • Green LED: It mean the network is ok and MQTT connected. You can't use WiFi Starter app to config the device at the status.

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