Definium’s digital input monitor with LoRaWAN® is a drop-in solution for monitoring any digital signal, such as relays, float switches, and any system which uses digital outputs to provide feedback or alarms.
Based on Definium’s Internet of Things sensor platform and backed by long-range low-power LoRa® radio, each sensor has a designed battery life of up to 10 years with daily reporting.
Each dry-contact digital input is capable of waking the device on any change, instantly adding LoRaWAN capabilities to existing hardware and systems. The optional multi-constellation GNSS ensures you won’t lose track of your device.
Each input is made available via an IP-rated standard connector or a gland with terminal block combination, simplifying installation.
Each sensor comes pre-configured with unique LoRaWAN ids and encryption keys, with optional reconfiguration via LoRaWAN downlinks or USB.
Incoming data can be integrated directly into existing SCADA or other systems, replacing manual data-entry processes with up-to-date information automatically. Combine the digital inputs with existing off-the-shelf sensors to automate systems which currently require manual visitation, such as monitoring fluid levels, monitoring motors and transformers, or even monitoring a switch or alarm button.
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®.