Mass2 kg
Size25 x 25 x 75 cm


The beacon is a component that allows for transmitting and/or receiving data to/from other beacons.


To function, a beacon needs to be powered by low-voltage energy and will consume 10 watts during operation. It can be configured to transmit and/or receive data using the data ports or its configuration interface accessible via the V key.

When placing a beacon, an arrow appears on the hologram to indicate the localize direction of the beacon.

Configuration Interface

  • Transmit Data: Allows sending a number/text data.
  • Transmit Frequency: Allows adjusting transmission frequency.
  • Receive Frequency: Allows adjusting reception frequency.


  • Last Received Distance: Displays the distance in meters from the last beacon it received data from.
  • Last Received Direction: Displays the direction (x,y,z) from the last beacon it received data from.
  • Last Received Data: Displays the last received data.
  • Is Receiving: Displays if the beacon is currently receiving data.

Data Port

The beacon has a data port that allows it to be used from a computer or other components.

List of outputs

0Datanumber or text
1Distancenumber (meters)
2Direction X-1.0 to +1.0
3Direction Y-1.0 to +1.0
4Direction Z-1.0 to +1.0
5Is Receiving0 or 1

List of inputs

0Transmit Datanumber or text
1Transmit Frequencynumber or text
2Receive Frequencynumber or text


  • There is no distance limit for communications between beacons, although the closest will have precedence if multiple beacons broadcast on the same frequency.
  • The signal of a beacon is not affected by obstacles.


  • The beacon can only transmit a single data at a time, either a number or text. But you can use the Key-Value objects system to transmit as much data as needed.