RadBeacon 01 Dot

RadBeacon 01 Dot

Regular price
$ 17.50 USD
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$ 17.50 USD
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Buy 1 $ 17.50 ea
Buy 10 $ 15.00 ea
Buy 100 $ 12.00 ea

Please note, this product can only ship to FCC, IC, and CE countries

The RadBeacon 01 Dot advertises ID data that is compatible with common beacon standards (UUID, Major ID, and Minor ID). Using the RadBeacon Config App for iOS or the RadBeacon Config App for Android, you have unrestricted ability to configure your RadBeacon 01 Dot with whatever identifiers you prefer, as well as adjust broadcast frequency and power.

The RadBeacon 01 Dot offers over-the-air programming and the RadBeacon 02 Dot has an accelerometer and requires wired programming. 

It’s the perfect beacon for conferences, trade shows, exhibits and other events where power may not be readily available and ultimate flexibility in placement is most important.

For large volume orders, our team can custom configure units prior to shipping.  If interested, please reach out to us at eorders@radiusnetworks.com  


As the industry’s first multi-beacon, with concurrent support for all major industry-standard proximity technologies, the RadBeacon Dot enables simultaneous proximity services across iOS, Android, and other emerging mobile environments. Supported beacon proximity technologies include 

  • iBeacon
  • AltBeacon
  • Eddystone UID

RadBeacons That Go Anywhere

RadBeacon Dot is packaged in a lightweight plastic enclosure and powered by a user-replaceable CR2032 coin-cell battery. It can be flexibly installed in any location, regardless of available power and provides proximity interactions and engagements for mobile applications compatible with iBeacon, AltBeacon and Eddystone micro-location technology.

Certified and Licensed

RadBeacon Dot is an iBeacon™ licensed product that is fully FCC, IC and CE certified. See the RadBeacon Dot Datasheet for more information.  

And use the Locate App for iOS or Locate App for Android to provide the user with real-time distance estimates for the beacon itself.