Definium’s Luna Condition Monitor with LoRaWAN® is a drop-in solution for monitoring existing assets for predictive maintenance, usage, filter cleanliness, alarm signals, or temperature issues.
Based on Definium’s Internet of Things sensor platform and backed by long-range low-power LoRa® radio, each sensor is designed to be always-on and continuously monitor machinery.
Vibration information is constantly captured, analysed, and transmitted (in abbreviated form) via LoRaWAN radio. Integrate vibration data into predictive maintenance models to identify issues and repair assets before they fail.
Monitor on time of motors through vibration, digital input/pulse, or current sensing options to understand how assets are used in the field. Environmental monitoring monitors air pressure to identify pressure drops as filters become congested. Dual temperature probe options monitor motor temperatures or coolant lines to identify abnormal temperature swings.
CAN bus integration allows the unit to connect to additional CAN devices such as other Condition Monitors, ultrasonic sensors, additional temperature probes, and more. CANbus support allows for multiple Condition Monitors or other CAN-based sensors to be deployed deep inside a machine with an external primary Condition Monitor relaying data back via LoRaWAN.
Each sensor comes pre-configured with unique LoRaWAN ids and encryption keys which can be altered via a serial interface.
Definium Technologies designs and manufactures its devices in-house in Launceston, Tasmania. Definium produces a broad range of gateways and sensors to use in any IoT network.
LoRa® is a registered mark used under license from Semtech Corporation. LoRaWAN® is a registered mark used under license from the LoRa Alliance®.