RuuviTag is an advanced open-source sensor beacon platform designed to fulfill the needs of business customers, developers, makers, students, and can even be used in your home and as part of your personal endeavours.
The device is set up to work as soon as you take it out of its box and is ready to be deployed to where you need it.
Whether you need a beehive monitor in your backyard, or an industrial mesh network asset tracking system, RuuviTag gets you covered.
Measure temperature, atmospheric pressure and relative air humidity.
Replaceable battery with a multiple year lifespan.
Impressive operating range from -40ºC to +85ºC (-40ºF to +185ºF).
Bluetooth by default, mesh technologies available for business customers.
RuuviTag is built from the ground up using the latest technology available.
RuuviTag is so much more than just a Bluetooth® beacon. Keep reading to find out.
Choosing an open-source over a proprietary product has many advantages:
We have paid a lot of attention to the antenna design. To showcase the performance of the antenna, we have measured long ranges using a stock mobile phone as a beacon packet receiver.
Even if long range measurements are not always required, having an efficient antenna means that a lower transmission power can be used. This leads to a longer battery life.
The enclosure is made of high-quality polycarbonate and is designed to open easily by retaining its perfect resistance against water.
The environmental sensor breathes through an IP67 certified water-resistant vent sticker made by Gore.
After many trials and errors we came up with the perfect battery holder mechanism. The circuit board material bends just enough to firmly keep the battery in place. We could have had a pending patent in progress, but we don’t like how restrictive they are.
RuuviTag is officially supported by Espruino.
In addition to the long-distance radio antenna, RuuviTag also has an NFC-A tag functionality. Securely read your device's ID number or upload configuration parameters.
Wirepas Mesh is a wireless IoT connectivity protocol that allows unlimited number of RuuviTags to be connected to the Internet with unprecedented cost efficiency and industrial-grade reliability.
Join the fun. Our RuuviLab community site is full of tutorials and ideas showcasing how the device can be used to boost your business or ease your everyday life.
There are no limits to how and where RuuviTag can be used. Ready to be deployed in the field, and a perfect platform to develop, hack and learn from.
Check out this beautiful interactive painting utilising a #RuuviTag sensor! A dancer made of glass is attached to the painting with a sensor in her hand. If anyone blows on the dancer’s hand, LEDs blink at top of the mountains.
Promistel Industries is an electronics company founded in 1983 and is located close to Paris. Their state-of-the-art production facility has everything that is needed to build embedded electronic products like RuuviTag.
“Eddystone beacons from these manufacturers will work well with all Google products that support beacons.” Ruuvi is proud to be one of Eddystone’s approved manufacturers.
We're happy Bosch Sensortec chip users. RuuviTag is now also listed on Bosch's website as an application board.
Had some fun with #Ruuvitag for the current issue making a DIY locator for a backpack or laptop bag. - @LinuxUserMag
RuuviTag open-source firmware GitHub development history beautifully visualised by Ruuvi Community member Scrin.
“I got @ruuvicom tags to work with Apple Home (via Homebridge)!” - Community member Pakastin
Turned an old Galaxy tab into a RuuviTag dashboard with Raspberry Pi 3 as webserver, appserver, and database. Now I can slouch on the couch looking at temps, humidity, etc. - @tkanstren
RuuviTag is broadcasting löyly temperature and humidity at Sauna Arla in Helsinki.
~1500 tech geeks hacking at Junction in Finland. Some are using RuuviTag open-source sensor nodes to build cool stuff.
Student interns doing a great job, just under week and they have industrial ready RuuviTag with ext. temp sensor. - @jariIsohanni
Quick test with RuuviTag IntelEdison and Azure-IoT shows that it might be possible to log sleeping rhythm with BLE accelerometer in pillow. - @jariIsohanni