SensorNode using LoRaWAN™ Technology
Remote Sensor Node in a Rugged Waterproof Housing
The SensorNode is a battery-powered data communicator that interfaces to a range of sensors, GPS, inputs and outputs, and uploads data via L oRaWAN Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs). Great for agriculture and remote sensor monitoring applications.
- Up to 5 years once daily update
- Up to 2 years of hourly updates
- Rugged waterproof housing
- I2C interface for a wide range of sensors including: Temperature, Humidity, Vibration, CO2 gas and many others
- On-board GPS option for location
- 2 x Analogue Input with auto range
- 2 x Digital Inputs
Low-profile IP67 rugged housing
The IP67 rated housing is made of sturdy ABS/Polycarbonate plastic to survive bumps and knocks and to survive many years in the sun and weather. It is low-profile and caters for a number of cable glands to allow for waterproof cable entry to the housing. The housing screws together for easy assembly, and has convenient mounting tabs.
-20°C to +60°C
For operation in extreme temperatures the device must be fitted with Lithium batteries
|Dimensions (mm)||L 135 x W 90 x H 35|
I2C (inter-IC communications) is an interface commonly used in sensor modules. This allows the SensorNode to talk to a wide range of sensors including: temperature, humidity, vibration, CO2 gas and many others. Contact Digital Matter about sensor support.
2 x digital inputs, 0-48V
Optimised for low power pulse counting
|Analogue Inputs||2 x analogue inputs, 0-30V with auto-ranging|
LoRaWAN, 868 and 915MHz
|Antenna||Tuned PCB antenna|
|Power||The SensorNode is ultra-low power and is designed to run off a set of 3 x AA cell Alkaline batteries. The off-the- shelf batteries are low cost and readily available. It can also be powered by a USB 5V wall socket if permanently installed in a location with power.|
|3.3V Switched Power||Used to control the 3.3V power to external sensors and peripherals. Load limited and short circuit protected.|
Option to fit to PCB at manufacturing time.
GPS module allows the SensorNode to periodically
update its location and time.
|Configuration||Via USB cable for firmware updates and parameters Future firmware will cater for parameter updates over- the-air (OTA) via downlink messages|
|Test Button||Conveniently test installation and wiring.|
|Status LED||Visual feedback in the field for testing|