Our EyeBee400L depth sensors, deployed in Australia had a curious issue. It just wasn’t able to receive downlinks (packets from our server to device, usually sent for configuration changes). The same device (copy) was working perfectly fine in IN865 band at our labs After much hair-pulling and days of remote debug sessions on our partner’s… Continue reading TTN AU915 and MLS stack issues
A fresh batch of EyeBee400L depth sensors ready to take off. – ToF sensor with 4m range – Supports LoraWAN class A – 5 years battery life on 2 AA – Internal PCB antenna – Easy mount using a single bore for the sensor stalk and 4 counter-sunk screw holes to lock it in place… Continue reading EyeBee400L ready for take-off
Our SenseSight dashboard now has a beautiful and minimal view designed especially for mobile phone screens. It accommodates around 7 sensor quick-view information widgets at a time on a typical mobile phone screen! For more, simply scroll down. The application is cross-platform (PC, Mac, iPhone, Android), supports multiple LoRaWAN networks (TTN, Chirpstack, Tata etc) and… Continue reading Gorgeous new SlimView on your dashboard
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One of the tiniest ESP32 based boards is named PicoClick and measures a mere 10.5mm by 18mm! Although it only features only a push button as an input with no other sensor, it uses a USB C interface for both power and programming. Neat. But could we do better? One of our tiniest boards (non-wireless)… Continue reading Designing the world’s tiniest WiFi sensor boards
WeatherBee™ is a smart and wireless mini-weather monitoring system. Our latest iterations of this product use LoRaWAN® for wireless access. It monitors the following important hyper-local weather parameters: a. Rain b. Atmospheric pressure c. Atmospheric humidity d. Ambient temperature Whenever it detects a significant (configurable) change in any of these input parameters, it triggers a… Continue reading WeatherBee V7
We’ve designed custom pressure sensors that are rugged and sleek and provide an easy way to detect pressure say, to act like push buttons or to set off alarms while someone steps on one or to detect if you’re sitting on it! Coming soon to applications near you!