Danlaw launches OBDII device with TI SimpleLink™ Bluetooth CC2564 solution

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NOVI, USA: Danlaw Inc., announced its next generation OBDII telematics device which gains its Bluetooth capability from the Texas Instruments (TI) SimpleLink™ Bluetooth CC2564 solution.


The Bluetooth/ Bluetooth low energy dual mode capability introduced in the next-generation DataLogger telematics device is just one of the new features available in the DL 8-series. The DL 8-series DataLogger also supports a broader range of wireless communication by adding 3G UMTS/HSPS and 2G CDMA 1xRTT compatibility.

These features are packed into the smallest telematics device on the market by a company with over 30 years of automotive engineering experience.

TI's SimpleLink CC2564 device provides best-in-class range and supports Bluetooth 4.0 dual mode capabilities which is a great fit for the automotive industry because it enables connectivity to a variety of Bluetooth/Bluetooth low energy-based devices.

With the SimpleLink CC2564 device embedded in Danlaw's solution, it now can offer custom interface handling to support Bluetooth-based applications such as driver identification, real-time feedback, hybrid data transmission, and text or phone disablement.