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Anaren, Inc. announced that it has achieved important credentials for its new Anaren Integrated Radio (AIR) modules intended for ZigBee® Standard applications.
Specifically, AIR modules A2530E24A00 and A2530E24AZ1 are now FCC- and IC-certified, as well as compliant with Europe's ETSI standard. This "pre-certification" helps eOEMs using AIR modules save some of the time and money associated with seeking certification on their own.
"The core value proposition of the AIR product line is to make wireless easier for the OEM," said Mark Bowyer, the business development manager in Anaren's Wireless Group responsible for the AIR line. "Pre-certification of these new modules to applicable wireless operating standards is an important part of that equation, since it reduces development time and simplifies entrance into a given market." Features of Anaren's new AIR modules for ZigBee contexts include:
Current Consumption: (TC = 25°C, VDD = 3.0V)
The AIR product family, first introduced in the fall of 2010, provides an elegant, 'plug and play' RF solution (with each module's footprint being smaller than a postage stamp) to electronic engineers challenged with adding wireless capability to new or existing devices. Applications for AIR modules range from industrial control, building automation, and low-power sensor networks – to lighting and equipment and appliances intended for inclusion in smart-grid and energy-management scenarios (e.g. automated meter reading, devices and equipment intended for ZigBee® Standard applications, etc).
E-OEM design engineers interested in learning more or securing applications assistance are encouraged to contact Anaren or any authorized AIR module distributor (see Anaren website for current listing).
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