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A Cloud Connected Bluetooth Low Eenergy Development Kit

Posted April 17, 2015

Bluz is a brand new development kit that brings Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to the internet. BLE is designed from the ground up to be low powered. It can run for months or years on a simple coin cell battery. Most development solutions never let BLE escape from your smartphone or tethered device.

Bluz comes cloud connected to the Spark, meaning you can access to the Spark tools, control and program the device over the air from anywhere in the world, and not just when you’re smartphone is nearby. You can either write code to control your Bluz or use Tinker to control it from your smartphone or tablet. Bluz offers IFTTT integration and an API to let you control your hardware using any programming language.


Tech specs

  • ARM Cortex M0, 16MHz
  • 32KB RAM, 256KB internal Flash
  • 256KB external Flash
  • Bluetooth LE 4.1
  • 10-bit ADC
  • 3.0V-6.0V (3.3V Compatible)
  • Power consumption as low as 60uA when connected
  • C/C++, Wiring (same as Arduino)
  • Spark Web IDE
  • Spark connection
  • IFTTT integrated
  • IPv6 support
  • OTA FW Updates
  • Webhooks

All hardware design files and redistributable source code will be completely open and shared. The Kickstarter project has already blasted past its $20,000 pledge goal. For $19 you can get one Bluz DK and estimated delivery date is Oct of 2015.


Source: Kickstarter


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