Wireless Analog Node [Communication Device]
The Analog Communication Node is a wireless device that enables all connected sensors (originally wired) for wireless LoRaWAN communication. The Analog Node has a maximum of 4 channels supported and it is compatible with most of the analogue interfaces used for geotechnical sensors.
The Analog Communication Node transmits accurate readings from all sensors connected via the LoRaWAN wireless communication protocol to the Gateway. You can freely configure the Analog Node and all the sensors connected remotely using the Move Cloud Platform. With this Platform, you can view and interact with your data online. Ideal for implementing any monitoring system and meeting all project requirements.
- A wireless device with built-in long-life battery
- Enables to LoRaWAN wireless communication any wired sensor
- 4 channels of sensors supported
- The sample rate can be set remotely
- Support Current Loop Reading (4-20mA) (2, 3, 4 wires)
- Support Full Bridge Reading (mV / V)
- Support PT-100 (3, 4 wires)
- ADC: 24bit Delta-Sigma with self-calibration
- Extremely easy installation with versatile mounting options
- Waterproof rating IP67
Analyzing the displacement of the ground (settlement or lateral movement) and the stress-deformation state of the ground with inclinometer probes and vibrating ropes. You can also monitor all external atmospheric agents such as wind direction and speed, rain, humidity and temperature.
With sensors such as piezometers, it is possible to monitor the level of groundwater and surface water and correlate it to the soil subsidence values.
The use of crack meters allows you to keep a dangerous crack pattern under control. You can also monitor the stress-strain state of the structural elements using strain gages and correlating the data with the temperature.
By inserting load and pressure cells into the ground, it is possible to monitor both the pressures exerted by the ground and the distribution of loads on the foundations and their deformations.