Bluetooth remote control

  • 02-Dec-2008 04:23 EST

CSR’s BlueCore TouchLITE allows manufacturers to include a Bluetooth remote control for navigation systems, in-car multimedia devices, and MP3 players with little additional cost or development time. BlueCore TouchLITE supports Bluetooth v2.1, allowing two single batteries to last more than 500 days in a typical usage scenario. The device benefits from Bluetooth v2.1 features such as sniff-subrating, which provides products with the lowest power consumption and latency when connected. In sniff mode (or stand-by), the TouchLITE consumes 0.1 mA of current. Based on CSR’s BlueCore silicon, the TouchLITE development kit comes complete with an easy-to-use, fully documented hardware example design, Bluetooth software stack, Bluetooth profile suite, and example application software.
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