New INGICS Beacons in Stock

We have two new beacons in stock in the INGICS range:

The iGS04 is a new keyring/keyfob style beacon only 6mm thin. It advertises continuously and the button is used to change a value in the advertising data.

The iGS01 is similar to our other iGS beacons except it has no sensors other than the being able to detect the button press.

These Bluetooth beacons are not iBeacon nor Eddystone beacons. The advertising data is instead wholly used for sensor data. You will need an (your own) app or gateway to scan and obtain the advertising data.

New Wellcore Beacons in Stock

We have some new and updated Wellcore beacons in stock.

W905 – This (and all Wellcore beacons) now support Eddystone (EID and URL) as well as iBeacon. This model is now magnet activated. It previously used an internal switch that was slow to access because four screws had to be removed to take off the waterproof lid.

W908 – New in stock. Silicone, waterproof with push on/off button.

W912 – Now supports Eddystone (EID and URL) as well as iBeacon.

W903 – New in stock. Physical slide switch inside.

W914 – New in stock. Wristband style iBeacon/Eddystone in two variants: normal battery and USB re-chargeable versions with push switch and magnetic activation respectively.

N915 – New in stock. Twin battery for longer battery life.

A new Android app allows support for Eddystone and iBeacon.

White Key Fob Beacon in Stock

We have had a small number of a white version of the Apple MFi certified PC061 key fob beacon come into stock. This beacon supports one of iBeacon, Eddystone-UID, Eddystone-URL at any one time, the mode being changed by quickly double clicking the button. Clicking the button once turns it on and off. It remembers the last used mode.


This beacon is waterproof and weighs only 11g. It comes with a special metal tool for opening the case and replacing the battery. The battery should last 6-12 months depending on the advertising rate.

More Sky Beacons Available

We have had some stocks come in from Sky and we now have three extra beacons available.

The first is a variant of the Forecum 200 that’s mounted in a wristband.


We also have a new rechargeable, wearable beacon, the HV104 that recharges via USB:


Finally, we have an unusual beacon, the HF300 in that it can be powered by USB or AA batteries. We believe the intention is that it is usually powered by the USB and the AA batteries act as a backup in case of loss of USB power: