MBM03 Rugged Road Stud Beacon

Durability Enhanced!

 MBM03 Rugged Road Stud Beacon

MBM03 is a Rugged Bluetooth® Road Stud Beacon developed by Minew. It’s equipped with a low-power high-performance Bluetooth® chip and a large-capacity battery with a service life of 10 years or more under low-power broadcast. It has a tough build inside-out to withstand strict requirements of high pressure and rigged protection, which makes it ideal for maintenance-free outdoor parking scenarios such as hospitals, parks, chemical plants, and shared electric vehicles.

  • Robust and rugged housing
  • 10 years or more service life
  • IK08 impact protection
  • IP68 dust & water resistance
  • Dual side reflective film design
  • 75 m broadcast distance(Fixed on the road)
  • Config App SDK Available
Route Navigation

Route Navigation

• Navigation planning and optimization
• Access management
• Optimal route selection

Parking Space Management

Parking Space Management

• Parking space usage detection
• Space utilization optimization
• Parking lot or destination positioning

Vehicle Management

Vehicle Management

• Parking & Checking in
• Vehicle information collection
• Vehicle positioning and tracking
• Shared vehicle management

Get the Most out of MBM03!

* To ensure maximum service life, MBM03 should be deployed in accordance with the recommendations
to avoid being rolled by repeatedly.

Seamless Solutions for Diverse Scenarios

Shared Vehicle Parking Management

Smart Parking

Route Navigation

Specifications

* For precise measurements, please refer to the physical object.
Color Yellow / Black (customizable)
Operating Temperature -40 ~ 85 ℃
Weight 169.1 g
Material ABS+PC
Bluetooth Protocol Bluetooth® LE 5.0
Chip Model nRF52 series
Battery Lithium Battery ; 4000 mAh
Broadcasting Range Up to 75 m (open area)

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