SenseCAP Wireless Light Intensity Sensor measures the intensity of light in lux from 0 - 188000 lux, which is designed for outdoor use.
This battery-powered device incorporates a built-in LoRa transmitter based on SX1276 for long-range transmission, a digital light sensor, and a custom battery. It is specifically designed and optimized for use cases powering end devices by batteries for years. To minimize the power consumption, the device wakes up, transmits the collected light data to the gateway, and then goes back to sleep.
Under the best of circumstances, the battery is expected to last for 8 years, depending on the data transmission intervals. Please kindly note that the default interval is once per hour. If you'd like to change the data upload interval, please refer to this document.
To fit in adverse conditions, it is designed with industrial standards and equipped with an IP66 waterproof enclosure, supporting an extended operating temperature range, making it suitable for industrial applications in both indoor and outdoor severe environments.
SenseCAP Sensor Node adopts a modular design, integrating the data logger with the sensor probe, which is replaceable by other SenseCAP sensor probes.
Support LoRaWAN protocol Class A
High reliability and stability
An ultra-wide 22-bit dynamic range
Ultra-wide-distance transmission: 10km in line of sight scene, 2 km in urban scenes
Transmission Interval: every 1 hour
Battery life ≥ 8 years
Rapid installation and deployment
||0 to 188000 Lux
||Based on LoRaWAN v1.0.2 protocol
|LoRa Channel Plan
|LoRa Power Output
||16 dBm (EIRP)
||5 μA (sleep mode)
120 mA max(active mode)
||2 to 10 km (depending on different antennas and environments)
||anti-aging (from rain/sun exposure): UL746C F1
||-40 ℃ to +85 ℃
||0 to 100 %RH (non-condensing)
||CE, FCC, RoHS
|Battery (Contained in equipment)
||≥ 3 year (upload data once per hour)
Smart Building and Industrial Control
Other Wireless Sensing Applications
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