Cypress offers a complete Bluetooth mesh solution including all mesh node types, sample application code for quick firmware development, helper applications including source code for Android, iOS and Windows and, certified Bluetooth modules that help you take your Smart Home products to market quickly and cost effectively!
Bluetooth mesh is a low-power, wireless network that enables many-to-many (m:m) device communication for large-scale device networks. Bluetooth mesh also increases the range achievable by Bluetooth devices by hopping messages from one device to another until it reaches its destination. Applications range from building automation in an industrial environment, to consumer applications, such as home automation.
Cypress Mesh solution supports:
- Mesh profile v1.0
- Mesh model v1.0
- Mesh device properties v1.0
- Mesh provisioning
- Mesh core layers
- Bluetooth 5.0 qualified
- All node types: Relay, proxy, friend, low power node (LPN)
Bluetooth communication is supported natively on iOS, Android, and Windows devices, which allows your smartphone to directly manage your mesh network, removing the need for external hub solutions. Cypress’ Bluetooth Mesh solution is the first SIG-compliant Bluetooth Mesh solution shipping in production. Cypress provides Helper applications and source code for iOS, Android and Windows platforms.
Cypress' dual-mode Bluetooth (BR/EDR/BLE) devices support BLE SIG certified mesh. Cypress makes it easy to design BLE mesh-enabled applications quickly with an easy-to-use SDK. The Cypress Bluetooth SDK with mesh support is integrated into ModusToolbox software suite as well as WICED Studio. SDK includes demo code for key use cases such as dimmable light, dimmer and sensor. Many more code example and snip code examples are provided through GitHub. These code examples and snips showcase all mesh node types and models described in BLE mesh specification v1.0. These readily available examples greatly reduce develop time for end-applications.
Cypress' BLE mesh solution is industry's first in-production solution that makes it field-tested and guarantees to keep interoperability testing costs to minimum.