Sensors for detecting conditions such as e.g. Occupancy of rooms, door open/closed, contact yes/no.
In meeting or waiting rooms, in car parks or in shops, the current occupancy rate can be recorded. On this basis, the total utilization and the frequency of use can be calculated. Also, any kind of object state / status becomes easily detectable, for example, whether doors are open or closed or there are leaks.
The sensor detects if a room is occupied. To do this, it measures the body temperature (8×8 matrix) in addition to a motion sensor and thus estimates the number of people present. In addition, the temperature and humidity of the room are measured and transmitted via LoRaWAN to the LineMetrics Cloud every 15 minutes. The sensor is perfect for meeting rooms, facility management and supports statistics on the use of rooms.
This LoRa-based sensor is used to detect potential-free as well as S0 outputs. It counts the number of pulses and sends them cyclically in an interval of 10 minutes. Its IP67 rated housing makes it ideal for outdoor and industrial applications. The batteries can be replaced and have a lifespan of several years.
This LoRa-based sensor is used to detect potential-free outputs. It counts the number of rising and falling edges and sends event-triggered packets. Its IP67 rated housing makes it ideal for outdoor and industrial applications. The batteries can be replaced and have a lifespan of several years.
This LoRa sensor / sensor is used to quickly detect leaks and thus prevent water damage. As soon as water is detected at one of the two sensors, an event-triggered alarm is triggered. Every 60 minutes, a status message is sent.
This simple button – after being pressed – sends a message to the LineMetrics Cloud via LoRa. A maximum of 10 messages can be sent per minute. The possibilities of using this button are varied and range from actual emergencies to any other messages, for example, that more personnel is needed on site or that certain supplies need to be replenished.