This Ultra-Low-Power Bluetooth Module Will Operate for Many Years on a Single Battery

Atmosic Technologies, an innovator of ultra-low-power wireless solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), and Tonly Electronics Holdings Limited, a leading IoT solutions provider, have announced a partnership to develop a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) module - TBMO2. The TBMO2 module will integrate Atmosic’s M2 system-on-chip (SoC), which is built with Atmosic’s groundbreaking Lowest Power Radio and On-Demand Wake Up technologies, to enable significantly longer battery life for IoT applications. The feature-packed TBMO2 will help companies accelerate the development of innovative wireless devices with extended battery life, helping reduce the cost of IoT deployment and maintenance.

With the growth of IoT, there is a growing demand for batteries to operate throughout the entire life span of a device. Atmosic’s revolutionary Low Power Radio technology enables devices to achieve incredible power efficiency improvements, without compromising the device’s overall performance. Additionally, the company’s On-demand Wake-Up technology is designed for today’s always-on, always-connected devices, enabling applications to perceive incoming transmissions using as little power as possible. Together, these technologies in the TBMO2 will help alleviate the impact of battery waste on the environment and eliminate the need for constant battery replacement, ushering in new possibilities for IoT deployments.

The TBMO2 module will be a true game-changer for the IoT market, providing a compact, highly integrated module for the development of next-generation IoT devices with extended battery life. This compact, highly integrated and easy to use module is ideal for wearables, smart home products (including lighting, plugs, and switches), consumer electronics, smartphones and tablets, medical devices, logistics and tracking sensors, building and environment monitoring applications, human-machine interface devices, RFID tags and security badges, and more. While IoT devices with traditional SoC designs consume more energy and need frequent battery replacement, batteries in devices built with the TBMO2 will be able to last up to the lifetime of the device. This will make it more feasible and cost-efficient for companies to deploy and maintain IoT fleets powered by the TBMO2, thanks to the M2 series’ power-saving features.