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TI Bluetooth chip runs over a year on a single button cell battery

Posted on Monday, October 19 2009 @ 22:00:19 CEST by


Engadget reports Texas Instruments has unveiled a new ultra-low power Bluetooth chip that can operate for more than a year on a single button cell battery.
About to be shown off in Munich tomorrow, the new CC2540 takes up a measly 6mm-squared of real estate, and is said to be able to operate for more than a year on a single button cell battery. With the reduced physical size and embedded Flash memory, this should be easier to install and update as necessary too.




 



 

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