Bluetooth Low Energy Single-Mode Module from Stollmann

Stollmann is adding a Bluetooth Low Energy Single-Mode Module to its Embedded Bluetooth Module Family

Hamburg, (PresseBox) - The "BlueMod+S" Bluetooth Smart Module from Stollmann is an ideal solution for connections to smart phones and for cable replacement applications for which low energy consumption is important. It is extremely small (17x10x2.6 mm), has a radio range of approx. 50 m (line of sight) and an energy consumption of less than 0.5 µA in the "deep-sleep" mode.

BlueMod+S supports the Terminal I/O profile, which - comparable to SPP - offers a simple point-to-point connection. The module is equipped with an AT Command interface.

Both the hardware and the software interface of the BlueMod+S is compatible to the "BlueMod+SR" dual-mode module from Stollmann (depending on the firmware used). Both modules are therefore interchangeable with each other without making changes to the hardware or the software environment.

"The new BlueMod+S is the logical further development of our Bluetooth Low Energy product range. It combines high quality with an extremely small size and a broad range of functions," said Florian Herrmann, Director of Wireless Products at Stollmann.

Sample modules can be ordered on our website at

Stollmann will present the module to its customers at the 2014 embedded world trade fair (Hall 2, Stand 559) in Nuremberg, Germany.

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Stollmann is a leading company in the field of standardized communication technologies. Our key knowledge in communication is Bluetooth, NFC, embedded call manager software and ISDN. The company was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Hamburg, Germany with a subsidiary in Shanghai, China as well as partners to ensure worldwide support on locals markets. With its team of experienced engineers, Stollmann develops and distributes protocol stacks, communication software, and modules for OEM customers worldwide.

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