Does anyone know of any nRF52832 devices designed for use as a key fob?
The Thingy52 looks great but it's a little big and I don't need all of those sensors. Also, I'd prefer not to develop my own product.
So far I've found this site which has done a teardown of multiple key fobs. It seems the only one key fob beacon of the three that uses a Nordic chip is the Nut tracker (although it uses an nrf51822, not a nrf52832). This site could also be helpful, although it seems they also only focus on the nrf51822. Let me get back to you with more information.
Thanks, Bjørn. I also came across the Puck.js.
Not sure if we are allowed to advertise our own products, but I just released a key fob style pet tracking device based on nRF52832.
We have FCC and ISED approvals. It is in a watertight housing and has 100meter range. 6 month battery life on replaceable CR1632 with 1 second beacon interval.
Depending on the opportunity I would be willing to provide a private label version with custom firmware.
You can find it here: http://cattailer.com/
And here is my companies website: http://ambystomalabs.com/
Thanks for letting me know. I'll follow-up directly.
@AmbystomaLabs I guess in this case it is fine. ;) Thanks for the answer!
@stephens I will get back to you with more vendors that make key fob beacons using the nrf52832.