Temperature & Humidity Sensor

A Temperature Sensor senses and measures the temperature and converts it into an electrical signal. They have a major role in Environment, Agriculture and Industries. For example, these sensors can detect the temperature of the soil, which is more helpful in the production of crops. They are efficient, easy to install and reliable that responds to human activity.

I/O Controller

I/O solution gives you to monitor digital input signal and control output signal from a remote location via web browser using IoT platform and apps. this system can be used to control lights & traffic signal according to vehicles on road. Automation has had a remarkable impact in a wide range of industries. Can be used as analog current Input, analog voltage input, relay output, digital input and digital output

RS 485/Modbus Lorawan

RS485 allows the user to monitor / control RS485 devices. It targets professional wireless sensor network applications such as irrigation systems, smart metering, smart cities, smartphone detection, building automation, and so on. This RS485 to LoraWAN converter can help these devices to communicate by Lorawan.

Soil Moisture Sensor

The Soil Moisture Sensor is used to measure the volumetric water content of soil. It allow for better water conservation while ensuring there isn’t over or underwatering of crops. Data collected can be used to open valve of irrigation and control the watering system remotely without any human intervention.

Water/Fuel Level Sensor

To prevent natural disasters, data gathered by the water level monitoring sensors can be used for analytics and prediction. Apart from environmental protection, this sensor finds its use in a variety of industrial applications to control and optimise manufacturing processes & fuel/water level monitoring.

Fire/Flame Detection

A flame detector is a sensor designed to detect and respond to the presence of a flame or fire, allowing flame detection. Responses to a detected flame depend on the installation, but can include sounding an alarm, deactivating a fuel line (such as a propane or a natural gas line), and activating a fire suppression system.

Lorawan Bus GPS Tracker

The LoRa wireless technology used no sim card gps tracker allows the user to send data and reach extremely long ranges at low data-rates.It provides ultra-long range spread spectrum communication and high interference immunity whilst minimising current consumption.It targets professional tracking service such as public bus tracking without any rental cost and sim card subscription cost.

Air/Gas Sensor

A Gas Sensor or a Gas detector is a device that detects the gas in an area, which is very helpful in safety systems. It usually detects a gas leak in an area, that results are sent to a control system or a microcontroller, that finally shuts down. it can detect combustible, flammable and toxic gases. There are several different sensors that can be installed to detect hazardous gases in a residence.

Water Leakage Sensor

Smart Water Detector is a battery-powered standalone sensor that can be placed anywhere in your house. When it senses a water leak, it can send an alert to your smartphone via IoT platform, and if you have a valve connected, can send a command to turn off the water in your home.

Vibration Sensor

Ideal for spotting anything from misalignment or lack of lubrication to cracked gears or worn bearings, these low-power sensors are simple to set up and provide an affordable path into the increasingly prevalent world of machine learning and predictive maintenance. These sensor can also be used for theft detection.

Motion Sensor

Motion sensor is a long range wireless sensor which uses an infrared sensing technology to accurately detect movements made by people. The standard version of this sensor is powered by one replaceable 3.6 V AA sized battery. Once detected, a signal can activate an alarm or a camera that can capture an image or video of the motioner.

Liquid Flow Sensor

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Rain Sensors

The sensor will detect any rainfall falling. A system like this can be used in many different fields, such as agriculture and automobile fields. Rainfall detection can be used to automatically regulate the Irrigation process. Also, continuous rainfall data can help farmers use this smart system to automatically water the crop only when absolutely required.

Light Detection

This system works by sensing the intensity of light in its environment. Smart lighting is broadly understood to cover the automation of lamp responses, such as dimming or on/off control to enhance user comfort and save energy. It can be used to detect the amount of natural light available, allowing a lamp’s output to be adjusted accordingly.

Valve Control

A solenoid valve is an electric operated valve with endless applications such as the process industry, hvac, horticulture or car wash. The module is installed between the power supply and the valve and communicates wirelessly with external systems (IoT) to control and monitor the valve. It gives you complete control over your entire irrigation network. Imagine checking, controlling and scheduling your irrigation from your smartphone.

Flood Sensor

Flooding is one of the most frequent and costly natural disasters affecting mankind. However, implementing Internet of Things (IoT) technology to monitor river behavior may help mitigate or prevent future disasters. Using a Flood sensor, we can monitor the level of flow and water and when river levels rise to pre-set threshold levels, the sensors send out a warning on the user on the website, via email and SMS.