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We've just launched some new sensor kits, check them out here:

Let us hear from you about what sensors you'd like to see in the Simblee Ecosystem and why?   

Check out the new shields and kits -

Time of Flight (ToF)
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ VoC)
Color, Proximity
Temperature & Humidity

This kits come programmed out of the box, just insert batteries, stack the Simblee breakout board and sensor shield and you can start visualizing sensor data on your mobile device through the Simblee app.    From here, follow our Cloud videos, and program your Simblee to transmit to the Cloud.

New library update should drop in 1-2 weeks and products are on their way to distributors next week. 

Hi Chip,

Lots of exciting things coming soon, including a library update.  We will post as soon as it's live.

Thanks for all the support!

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They've made some changes to their site, sorry about that.  The video works. 


...If you have a hardware design I would think the primary concern would be getting a proper quote and/or contract for purchasing the hardware.

We sell through our global authorized distributors - Arrow, Digikey, Mouser, Rutronik, Symmetry - Any of them can provide a quote, and most products are kept in stock. 

We are also happy to provide budgetary quotes on qualified projects direct, just contact us via the email on the Simblee or Rfduino web pages.   Just include the following information and we can turn a quote around quickly:

Company Name
Estimated annual usage
Planed Production Date


We've been busy -

Acquisition by ams AG annouced in January

Exhibiting at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and CES earlier this year with our parent company Heptagon

We just launched our IoT 3D ToF Sensor kits (In stock in Digikey!)

Working on a bunch more new kits and shields to the eco-system.   

The products are in full production and we are supporting customers who already have products on the market. 

Lots of exciting stuff and more to come.   Don't hesitate to contact us directly if you have questions. 

Simblee's range is ~500 ft line of sight.

You can connect an unlimited amount of nodes using SimbleeCom, here is example of 100 that we just showed at IoT Emerge at the bottom of this article.

Getting Started / Reading and Writing To Simblee Flash
« on: October 12, 2016, 04:20:29 PM »
Simblee has built-in FLASH memory available for the user to store nonvolatile data with up to 128kB of space.

We have examples available within the IDE once you install the Simblee library that show how to read and write to flash.

From the Arduino IDE, you would go to File > Examples > SimbleeNonBLE > Flash.

Check out and vote for Sous Chef over at First Build -

This project creates a unique user interface and easy cooking experience by combining the capabilities of a mobile app and the technology of a micro projector.   Using the mobile app, one can find and save their favorite recipes online, then refer to them hands-free as step-by-step instructions are project on their kitchen wall and cook top.   The app has the further potential to connect to various smart devices in the home.

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Kits & Shields / Unboxing the Simblee Starter Kit RFD77801
« on: October 09, 2016, 04:12:22 PM »
See Whats inside the Simblee Starter Kit

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Kits & Shields / Unboxing the Simblee Project Kit RFD77802
« on: October 09, 2016, 04:10:46 PM »
See what is inside the Simblee Project Kit

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Kits & Shields / Unboxing the Simblee Development kit
« on: October 09, 2016, 04:07:56 PM »
See what is inside the Simblee Development Kit

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Kits & Shields / Development Kit Selection
« on: October 09, 2016, 04:01:10 PM »
We've developed this guide to help you pick the right kit for your project:

Support / Re: saving the data in flash of simblee
« on: October 04, 2016, 11:46:35 AM »
1 page can store 1024 bytes.

More information can be found in the Memory.h file in the Simblee library's cores/arduino folder.

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