Beacon Calibrated RSSI value
The Beacons have a default calibrated RSSI set to -54dBm. To this value, the Advertising Frame Power has to be added.
For example, if the Advertising Power is set to -8dBm, the total power will be -62dBm. Or if the Advertising Power is +4dBm, the resulting power will be -50dBm.
Beacon details page provides information about: device description (editable); beacon GATT configuration (slot set, power, interval, ...); battery charge level; sensor measurements (whether available). Other features: - edit beacon's configuration ...
The list of beacons on your account provides, for each device, the following information: - model; - serial number; - MAC Address (if available, otherwise N/A); - project and venue of the beacon (whether available); - advertised technologies, via ...
What is a beacon
A beacon is an intentionally conspicuous device designed to attract attention to a specific location. A classical example of beacon is the lighthouse, used in navigation, that helps navigators find their destination. In electronics, a beacon is a ...
BLE-beacon supported technologies
The following technologies are supported simultaneously: the two main technologies for proximity-beacons for mobile applications, iBeacon and Eddystone, together with a technologies for RTLS BLE tags, Quuppa. This is the first worldwide firmware to ...
Unlock / Lock beacon
By default, beacon is provided with Lock state enabled: this means that you need to insert password to connect to the beacon and read/write characteristics in GATT service. Default password is blueup. When you log-in in Lock mode (password requested ...