Radio Bridge LoRaWAN Wireless Industrial Sensors
LoRaWAN® Wireless Industrial Sensors can be used for a variety of applications across numerous industries.
The wireless voltage and 4-20mA current loop sensors are typically used in applications where there is a need to monitor and measure voltage or current, such as the health of a battery, detecting a power failure, and machinery monitoring health. The wireless vibration sensors track vibration in rotating machines and other equipment to detect vibration patterns. Continuous 24/7 monitoring of your assets will detect early signs of wear and alert you before a failure occurs, saving you downtime and expensive repairs. These LoRaWAN® industrial sensors are designed for outdoor/industrial use.
LoRaWAN® | RBS306-VM30-US The wireless voltage sensor measures voltages between 0-30V with 10mV precision. When the voltage rises above or drops below a threshold, an alert is sent over the wireless network. An indoor/smart building version is also available for low cost applications. There are also current sensor attachments that can be added to the voltage sensor to measure AC current from a range of 0-5A up to a range of 0-300A.
LoRaWAN® | RBS306-420MA-US The 4-20mA Current Loop Sensor can measure the current from another device or sensor. It uses a 10-bit ADC to measure an analog value between 4 and 20mA with a 10uA resolution. If the measured value rises above or fails below the configured thresholds, an alert is sent over the wireless network. The weather-proof enclosure makes the sensor suitable for outdoor and industrial use. The 4-20mA sensor can also be used as a bridge device to enable a wide variety of sensors with only a 4-20mA output.
LoRaWAN® | RBS306-VSHB-11-US The vibration analysis and condition monitoring sensor solution provides advanced predictive maintenance capabilities for rotating machines and other equipment. The vibration sensor can be used for simple motor on/off functionality, or vibration analysis utilizing ISO standards such as ISO 10816. The high frequencies are used for more advanced analysis not specified in ISO standards. Applications include heavy machinery performance, motor performance, and bearing failure just to name a few.