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UWB Tags

Tag Piccolino v2r5/v2r6

Piccolino Tag is one of smallest UWB Tag on the market. Tag is powered from a coin battery and configurable through RTLS Manager software. Piccolino Tag is equipped with DecaWave radio module with an integrated ceramic antenna. It supports six channels and three communication speeds 110/850/6800 kbit/s. The Tag also features an accelerometer for movement detection in order to prolong battery lifetime.

  • Compliant with UWB PHY IEEE 802.15.4a

  • DecaWave UWB Radio, 6 channels, 3-7GHz

  • Driven by Ultra Low Power ARM EFM32G M3

  • Battery life: years

  • Configuration Wirelessly via RTLS Manager

  • User LED indication

  • Accelerometer (MMA8543)

User Manual



Tag IMU v4r7

Tag with integrated Decawave DWM1000 module powered by Li-ion 600 mAh battery. The Tag is equipped with inertial sensors, mini-USB interface for powering and configuration, power button, LEDs.

  • Sensors integrated: accelerometer , compass, gyroscope, altimeter, thermometer

  • Work in TDoA mode (Time Difference of Arrival)

  • Battery life up to 5 years

  • Unlimited number of Tags

  • Configuration wirelessly and remotely via RTLS Manager (USB console configuration still available)

User Manual



Tag Li-Ion v4r3 v4r4



Tag Extension and Customization

This section provides guidance for the partners who would like to make its own Tag extension or HW/FW customization.

It might be interesting IF:

  • You need to connect your own tag design in Sewio RTLS TDoA

  • You need to send custom payload from tag

  • You need to add a sensor to tag

  • You need to connect tag to another embedded system

  • You need to change behavior of tag

Following sources are available:

  • Application Notes covering custom Tag integration and all UWB messages transferred over the air.

  • Dimensions / Blueprints

  • Pinout and HW Description

  • Tag Schematics

  • Firmware Source Code

  • Firmware Documentation

How to access ?

You need to be a Sewio partner. Please contact us via with subject “Tag Technology”.