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Environmental and Atmospheric Monitoring | Temperature, Humidity and Barometer Pressure | LoRaWAN/NB-IoT/Cellular IoT

Environmental and Atmospheric Monitoring

Temperature, Humidity and Barometer Pressure

LoRaWAN/NB-IoT/Cellular IoT

SKU:C15003
Regular price $129.00 $0.00
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Description

The Sensor Hub environmental and atmospheric monitoring solution includes a combination of the popular RAK1901 Temperature and Humidity Sensor and the RAK1902 Barometer Pressure Sensor inside the Sensor Probe. Their low power consumption and accurate data-gathering abilities allow you to create a reliable weather station or a comprehensive environmental monitoring system.

The Splitter cable can connect several Sensor Probes and Probe IOs to a single Sensor Hub port. The distance between the Sensor Hub and Sensor Probe/Probe IO can be extended via the Extension cable.

The product can be used in any use case where temperature, humidity, and atmospheric pressure are important, like in the food industry for guaranteeing the perfect preservation conditions, agriculture, and industrial applications. Sewage systems and many more can also benefit from the solution.

Note: Sensor Hub with Senor Probe can work with 2 to 4 batteries only. To use the Probe IO with Sensor Hub you need to power it with the designated power adapter. The power adapter can be selected from the check to include section.

Features

  • LoRaWAN/NB-IoT communication
  • External DC power supply (optional)
  • Solar panel power source (optional)
  • Auto-identification of the sensor type
  • One-wire protocol
  • Waterproof(IP67-rated for the probe body

Parameter

Value

Temperature accuracy

±2.0 °C

Temperature range

-40 to +125 °C

Humidity accuracy

±2.0 % RH

Humidity range

0 to 100%

Pressure range

260-1260 hPa

Pressure accuracy

±0.1 hPa

 

 

Included in the Package:

  • 1x Sensor Hub
  • 1x Sensor Probe THPR (Temperature, Humidity, and Barometric Pressure)

 

Documentation

 

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