CE Regulation Updated – RED Directive (The Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU)

  • On 16 April 2014, the EU adapted a new rules for placing radio equipment into EU Market
  • Manufacturers who has compliant with the existing legislation R&TTE 1999/5/EC 1.9.1 or LVD will be valid until 13 June 2017.
  • Afterward, regulation will be placed by RED after 13 June, 2017

New Distributor Announcement (Australia & New Zealand) – Braemac Pty Ltd.

Raytac Corporation is glad to announce that we has expanded our distributor network to south sphere. Braemac Pty Ltd. has signed with Raytac, and is representation in Australia & New Zealand.


Braemac Pty Ltd
Contact Window: Mr.Jonathan Mitchell

Why Nordic BLE Solution? OTA DFU is the Key!

With recent booming demand related to IoT field all over the world, many companies are celebrating brilliant sales record achieved.
Raytac, as a part of IoT player, we are really expecting the coming era for a wildly IoT implements to enhance people’s life!
However, we sincerely appeal all developers do no forget to consider about risk control especially the risk raised at the stage when the products already in consumer’s hand!
Without risk control efficiently, the happiness earned from the success may become only a instant moment.

Nordic nRF52832 UART Service Solution (Module: MDBT42Q)

UART service, as known as NUS (Nordic UART Service) is the most common and easy way for BLE relating IoT Implement.
Customers who is familiar with Classic Bluetooth are used to call as SPP service.

New NFC feature on nRF52 Series: Read/write capable Type 4 Tag NFC library in nRF5 SDK

NFC feature is an interesting function in nRF52 series which can help developers and consumers to extent the device flexibility and accessibility.
Mostly, people knows that the NFC for nRF52 can work for paring work only.
Here Nordic Developer Zone introduced the new features of nRF52 for Type 4 Tag in nRF5 SDK.
Thus, not only used as a standard tag type for storing a web link or a text to launch apps and secure BLE pairing as known as Type 2 Tag. (The library already in nRF5 SDK), but also supports more features which enhance a faster communication and exposing data (known as NFC Type 4 Tag). Thus, nRF52 now can even write data to a tag with an NFC Reader/Writer such as smartphone and used in many secure transactions systems.
For more detail information, you can continue the reading in below which quoted from original post, or simply visit Nordic Developer Zone