EnOcean Bluetooth module with doubled radio transmission power

EnOcean Bluetooth module with doubled radio transmission power

EnOcean has introduced the second-generation Bluetooth switch module PTM 216B. This energy-harvesting module builds upon the success of its predecessor, the PTM 215B. EnOcean claims that it is setting industry standards for mesh network lighting control solutions, the new PTM 216B signifies a leap forward in technological innovation.

With the new EnOcean PTM 216B module, customers can now address more applications, thanks to the use of the latest generation kinetic harvester ECO 260. The combination of the new harvester with the latest generation system design allows for more radio transmission power compared to its highly successful predecessor, the PTM 215B. This significantly increases the usable communication distance. The enhancement enables control of high-bay lighting, expanding the application areas to include warehouses and architectural projects with high ceilings. PTM 216B brings flexibility in terms of installation locations and repositioning capabilities. In modern offices with adaptable layouts and flexible walls, the elimination of wiring significantly streamlines the installation process.

NFC technology for quick and easy integration

EnOcean devices, such as PTM 216B, can be configured quickly using Near Field Communication (NFC) technology. NFC is a short-range wireless technology that enables communication between devices nearby, typically within a few centimetres. It allows two devices equipped with NFC capabilities to establish a connection by bringing them close together, triggering data exchange. A common use is for making contactless payments.

The integration of EnOcean devices into networks via NFC provides a simple, quick and reliable way of setting up lighting installations. 

Simple: no qualifications are required to set it up. 

Quick: optimised installation time. 

Right first-time: no need to revisit a site to correct any parameters. 

Many different designs, thanks to a partner network

Thanks to the extensive EnOcean partner and OEM network, energy-harvesting switches based on the PTM 216B and other EnOcean switch modules are available in a wide range of designs from multiple switch manufacturers around the world, all of which blend well into any environment. The company states that the unique combination of these features makes PTM 216B an ideal choice for lighting control and building automation use cases. Official switch OEM partners make use of the ‘Battery-free by EnOcean’ brand, ensuring it contains genuine technology from EnOcean for maintenance-free operation in the field.

EnOcean at Light + Building

This new module will be featured at the EnOcean booth at Light + Building in Frankfurt from 3-8 March 2024. At the show, EnOcean will focus on sustainable IoT for green and healthy buildings. New energy harvesting products, as well as IoT solutions and smart servers that help analyse the collected data and make informed decisions to optimise building performance will be at the heart of the EnOcean show.

To read more on EnOcean, click here.

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