BC2401 Tag

The BC2401 Tag is an ultra-slim, Bluetooth Low Energy tag that can be worn as an ID badge for personnel or mounted via adhesive or zip-ties to assets. Accelerometer logic allows automated low-power mode when stationary, which can increase battery life to over 3 years.

Perfect for indoor personnel tracking, the BC2401 is also capable of integration with Access Control Systems (ACS) as well as expanded location visibility beyond the fixed swipe points.

The press button can be programmed for one-time activation and emergency duress situations.

Slim Format
  • Wearable
  • Lanyard, belt or pocket
Tough
  • Temp range -20°C to +60°C
  • Rugged IP66 Water resistant and Dustproof
Device Management
  • Over-the-air updates (firmware)
  • Device diagnostics (performance, battery status etc)
Adaptive Tracking
  • Configurable blink rate
  • Accelerometer triggers low blnik rate when static
Broadcast Range
  • up to 200m+
Battery Life
  • Non-replaceable Lithium pouch
  • 3 years at 1 Tx per second

For What

Assets
Personnel
Fork Trucks
Machinery
Pallets
High Value Equipment
Carts

For Who

Health Care
Sports
manufacturing
Supply Chain
Warehousing

Specifications

Mechanical

Dimensions 86mm(H) x 54mm(W) x 4mm(D)
Weight 18g
Mounting Types Lanyard , Straps, Cable Ties, Double- sided Tape, Glue, Epoxy
Enclosure Material ABS Plastic

Power

Battery Size Lithium Pouch
Battery Capacity 800 mAh
Battery Life 3 years at 1 Tx per second

Sensors

Temperature Internal nRF528XX Sensor
Accelerometer 3-axis linear accelerometer (optional)
Button Push
LED Red, Green, Blue

Environmental

Operating Temperature -20 to +60 Celcius
Ingress Protection IP66

Bluetooth Low Energy

Version 5
Frequency 2.402 GHz to 2.480 GHz
Module nRF52832
Tx Interval configurable, from 20ms to 10 seconds
Tx Power configurable, up to +4dBm
Range up to 200m+ with BlueCats ProxPoint
Antenna PCB
Protocols Eddystone / iBeacon / BlueCats
OTA Updates Yes with BC Reveal

Certifications

FCC Yes
IC Yes
CE Yes
RCM Yes

Variants

BC2401.01 Temperature
BC2401.02 Temperature, Accelerometer