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Waterproof Pressure Sensor Lets You Track Your Movement While Swimming!

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Today’s fitness enthusiasts want to accurately count calories burned in every step right from their office to workouts and even while swimming underwater. This is taken care of by ST’s new miniature pressure sensor which is spurring accurate and waterproof fitness trackers and smartwatches  The sensor is also featured in the new Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro waterproof smartwatch. Panasonic is making high data rates and low-power pos­sible with a new BLE v4.2 + WiFi Dual Band combo module and engineers designing BLE applications with nRF51 and nRF52 series chips from Nordic now get free access to SEGGER’s commercial Embedded Studio IDE.


Pressure Sensor For Waterproof Fitness Trackers 

ST’s new miniature, waterproof pressure sensor allows users of smart watches and wearable fitness trackers to track their performance across activities like swimming. The new LPS33HW sensor is a part of Samsung’s Gear Fit 2. The 10bar pressure sensor can withstand being submerged up to 90 meters, and the very low RMS pressure noise of 0.008mbar allows apps like an altimeter, depth gauge, or weather monitor to deliver consistent and stable results. Read more.


WiFi + Bluetooth Combo Module

Panasonic has launched a new dual-band Wi-Fi radio module with Bluetooth functionality specifically designed for highly integrated and cost-effective applications. The simultane­ous and independent operation of Bluetooth Low Energy v4.2 and WiFi Dual Band in the PAN9026 module makes high data rates and low-power pos­sible. Read more.


Embedded Studio IDE support For BLE Applications

Nordic semiconductor said that engineers designing nRF51 and nRF52 Series Bluetooth Low Energy SoC applications now gain free access to SEGGER’s commercial Embedded Studio Integrated Development Environment (IDE). ‘Embedded Studio’, says the firm, includes all the features needed to develop applications on the nRF51 and nRF52 Series SoCs along with an intuitive user interface to easily start projects. Read more.


 

Upasana Dewan

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