Intrinsically Safe Sensor Beacon

(C1 D2 / ATEX Zone 2)

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Intrinsically Safe Sensor Beacon

The new C1 D2 and Zone 2 XC Beacon IoT invites you to realize your cloud-connected product idea. The new XCBeacon includes 10 low-power sensors in a tiny package. And it is expandable to make it easy to add your own sensors or actuators.

Connect to the cloud with Bluetooth Smart and get your sensor data online in 3 minutes. The XC Beacon is ready to use right out the box with an iOS and Android app, with no programming experience required to get started.

The new XC Beacon offers 75% lower power consumption than previous Bluetooth Smart products. This allows the XC Beacon to be battery powered, and offer years of battery lifetime from a single coin cell battery.

The Bluetooth Smart XC Beacon includes iBeacon technology. This allows your phone to launch applications and customize content based on XC Beacon data and physical location.


  • More sensors!
    • Adds support for more low power sensors
    • 10 sensors including support for light, digital microphone, magnetic sensor, humidity, pressure, accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, object temperature, and ambient temperature
  • Lower power
    • Longer battery life from your coin cell and enabler of battery less applications. Programmable transmit power level and time intervals.
  • High performance ARM Cortex M3 (CC2650).
  • 12-bit ADC, 200 KS/sec.
  • Water resistant (IP66 or better)
  • Cloud connectivity
    • Access and control your XC Beacon from anywhere
    • Seamless integration with mobile apps
  • Extreme flexibility for IoT applications
    • Enable Zig Bee or 6Lo WPAN through a firmware upgrade



  • Sensors: Pressure, Analog inputs/output (voltages), Digital inputs/output, Proximity Sensor, Wind Speed, Weight Sensors, Sound detectors, Gas Sensing, PH Sensing, and a lot more sensors…
  • Capturing data over time, or reporting peak or average values.

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