LoRaWAN is a low-power, wide area networking protocol built on top of the LoRa radio modulation technique. It wirelessly connects devices to the internet and manages communication between end-node devices and network gateways. Usage of LoRaWAN in industrial spaces and smart cities is growing because it is an affordable long-range, bi-directional communication protocol with very low power consumption — devices can run for five to ten years on a small battery.
SENSORS: Temperature, Humidity, Carbon Dioxide (CO2), PIR, Light, TVOC, Baromatic Pressure, PM2.5, PM10, Formaldehyde (HCHO), Ozone (O3)
Gas Detector : Methane (CH4)
Temperature (-30°C to + 70°C) & Humidity Measurement (0% to 100% RH)
Normally Closed Contact, Temperature (-30°C to +70°C), Humidity (0%~100% RH)
Zone & Spot Water Leak Detector, Temperature (-30°C to+70°C), Humidity (0%~100% RH)
Distance (3 – 450 cm),
Measurement Axis : X, Y, Z (– 90° ~ +90°)