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Panasonic Electronic Components provides powerful, highly flexible, cost effective RF Modules for a wide variety of wireless Personal Area Network (PAN) applications. New extended range products and small footprints combined with network firmware flexibility make Panasonic an industry leader in the development of cutting edge RF Module technology with over 100 different module choices!

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Panasonic Bluetooth
OS-CON™ Aluminum-Polymer Capacitors

Bluetooth® Classic

Panasonic OS-CON Aluminum Polymer Capacitors use high conductive polymers and aluminum to offer low ESR (down to 5mΩ), excellent noise reduction and ripple current capabilities. The OS-CON series offer a long life span and minimal changes in ESR throughout the entire rated temperature range as well as voltages from 2.5 to 100V, while capacitances run from 3.3 to 2700μF. The OS-CON Aluminum-Polymer Solid Capacitor product line consists of several series (SVP, SVPC, SVPF, SVPE, SEP, SEPC, and SEPF Series).

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POSCAP™ Tantalum-Polymer Solid Capacitors

Bluetooth® Smart Ready

Panasonic Multi Mode RF Modules require only 85.5 mm2, including antenna, of board area; 80% less than any multi-module or device design; all while reducing costs associated with incorporating two wireless technologies. These modules have been designed to be 100% pin compatible with other members of the PAN13xx family. This unique design feature enables designers to seamlessly transition between Bluetooth Classic, Low Energy and ANT™ enabled modules, addressing larger markets and providing migration paths to circumvent obsolescence.

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POSCAP™ Tantalum-Polymer Solid Capacitors

Bluetooth® Low Energy

Bluetooth Low Energy is designed to reduce power consumption. It can be put into a sleep mode and only activates for event activities such as sending data to a gateway, PC or mobile phone. Furthermore, the maximum power consumption is less than 15 mA and the average power consumption is about 1 μA. The foundations of low energy consumption are short messages and establishing very fast connections (few ms). Using these techniques, energy consumption is reduced to a tenth of a Classic Bluetooth unit. Thus, a small coin cell – such as a CR2032 – is capable of powering a device for up to 10 years of operation.

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