Zhongyi Tengda Launches Bluetooth Medical Solution Module for You to Choose!
With the national attention to personal health, the daily testing of personal physique has attracted more and more attention, accompanied by the rapid increase in the market demand for personal physical testing.
a large number of mobile Internet technology companies have entered the field of health care, and have successively launched many intelligent health management products, applying technologies such as the Internet of Things and cloud computing to health management products, and the detected health data can be transmitted to portable devices such as mobile phones through wireless technology.
Zhongyi Tengda launched a Bluetooth medical solution to relieve the worries of doctors and patients. This program can help multi-category health care devices apply Bluetooth technology, multi-dimensional to create smart medical scenarios. Real-time monitoring of human life index, reduce the pressure of medical personnel, to ensure patient safety.
PAR2801-Q32P module is built around the PixArt Cortex-M0 core Bluetooht Low Energy 5.0 SoC PAR2801QN-GHVC chip.Bluetooht Low Energy. It integrates 129KB on-chip flash memory and 80 KB SRAM. The peripherals include 18 GPIOs multiplexed with PWM,I2C,ADC and SPI interfaces.
qualified Bluetooth low power V5.0 equipment; 2-channel 10-bit SAR ADC;4 dBm maximum transmit power;-93 dBm reception sensitivity; Cortex M0 32-bit MCU, maximum 32MHz clock rate.
16MHz and 32.768KHz crystal oscillator circuit; 2.4GHz transceiver with low power consumption and excellent performance; 128KB flash memory, 80KB SRAM and 24KB ROM.
information security, Zhongyi Tengda Bluetooth scheme uses Bluetooth 5.0, which conforms to the international SIG standard. It uses strict encryption algorithm for data packet encryption and authentication, and builds strict defense. International SIG has done experiments in various environments, and low-power Bluetooth products have little interference with other similar products.
ecological security, a team composed of experts from the World Health Organization and IEEE said that the radiation of Bluetooth products was not found to have an impact on the human body. Bluetooth output power is only 1mW, which is a fraction of the radiation of mobile phones and has little effect. In the long run, Bluetooth healthcare has great potential and broad prospects for development.