Raytac Nordic nRF51 & nRF52 BLE Module Introduction

Raytac Corporation
A BT4.1 & BT4.2 & BT5 module maker based on Nordic nRF51 & nRF52 solution 
(nRF51822 & nRF51422 & nRF52832 & nR52810 & nRF52840)
www.raytac.com            Tel: +886.2.3234.0208
email: service@raytac.com

New Distributor Announcement (Australia & New Zealand) – GLYN Ltd.

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

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Glyn Ltd.
David Newman
david@glyn.co.nz
Ph: +64 9 415 9150     Mob: +64 21 764 445
Skype: dave.glyn       www.glyn.co.nz

Nordic nRF52810 Module MDBT42Q-P192K by Raytac in Mass Production

With Nordic nRF52810 SoC volume production, Raytac announced nRF52810 module MDBT42Q-P192K and MDBT42Q-192K will be available by 2017/11

Raytac BT5.0 QDID Granted for nRF52832 & nRF52810 Series Module

Raytac Corporation, a vanguard of Nordic module maker, is pleased to announce that the MDBT42Q/MDBT42/MDBT42V Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) series module which built by Nordic nRF52832 and nRF52810 has been recognized by SIG for BT5.0 specification.
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What is the difference about Nordic nRF52 Solution for BT5

Nordic Semiconductor released several nRF52 series SoC for BT5.
What is the difference between those solutions? How to select the idea one?
Here is a simple comparison chart provided for developers quick reference.
BT5 Nordic Solution Comparison

Raytac Bluetooth Module Line

Raytac Corporation, a Taiwan based engineering firm, newly released the full line up of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) module solution by Nordic Semiconductor, which complies mostly regional safety regulation and latest Bluetooth specification.

Module Line

Guess What? Raytac is ready for nRF52840

Raytac now is ready for coming nRF52840 SoC with Bluetooth specification BT5.
The module’s mass production schedule will be ascertained after Nordic IC supplying schedule affirmed. (expected around 2017 Q4 or 2018 Q1)
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Bluetooth Module Approval Policy

There are various Bluetooth modules in the market, but how developers should select?
Despite most of the module makers promote the module with FCC certificated or FCC pre test, the products built by this selected module can really comply with module approval policy?