This simple control unit can be used for control tasks in isolated solutions without connection to the Internet. The board contains a STM32F4 microcontroller that can be efficiently programmed in C and integrates the power supply for the complete controller. To connect peripheral modules, it has several interfaces on the front panel.
This module enables the controller to record analog measured values according to common industry standards. To reduce the number of expansion modules required, it offers a mixture of current, voltage and temperature inputs.
This module enables the controller to read digital switches according to standard industrial standards. Some inputs can also be used as counters to receive pulse signals such as those often output by flow meters.
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By attaching sensors to objects such as doors or hinges, it is possible to predict signs of wear, see current wear and tear and simultaneously save energy costs.
Energy can be measured in real time. Networking with various devices can help in the search for energy losses. This reduces maintenance costs of buildings or machines.
Based on real-time and static data such as installation date of our system, future events such as maintenance intervals or end of life are predicted.
Based on real-time data, you can see the current level of liquids, gases or solid materials.
See the condition of the building environment, such as temperature, pressure, humidity or air quality.
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The power of data splitting
The asymmetric transmission method of this new communication approach splits a message into several packets and transmits them at different times and frequencies. This results in a shortened “on-air time” of the data.
- Very high robustness against external interference
- Large transmission range of up to 15 km
- Battery life of up to 20 years