Wireless Pulse Counter

Battery or USB powered
Wireless Tunnel™ Radio
Third Party Sensor Integration

Wireless Tunnel™ Radio Sensor based on LoRa™ Technology

Integration to Third Party Equipment

Turn any sensor with pulse counter output into a wireless sensors. A wide range of industrial sensors, flow meters, gauges and scientific equipment have pulse outputs. Wireless analog to digital sensors work with all Wireless Tunnel™ Gateways.

Sensor Details
  • 4x AA Batteries
  • 5VDC or 12VDC powered
  • LED indicators for power, status and RSSI
  • Optional DIN rail or pipe mounting

Wireless Tunnel™ Monitoring Solutions

*10 years at 25°C broadcasting every 15 minutes. Batteries not included.

Status Indication
LED indication for
– Mode
– Status
– RSSI
Components
Manufactured using highly integrated, low power surface mount technology to ensure long term reliability.
Operating Environment
Temperature : Min. -35° C – Max.80° C
Humidity: Min. 20% – Max. 80% (Non-Condensing)
LoRa (R) Radio
Regional plans
– EU868 : 863~868Mhz, Max TX Power +14dBm, Duty Cycle 1%
– US915: 903~915Mhz, Max TX Power +17dBm
– AS923 : 920~925Mhz, Max TX Power +14dBm, Duty Cycle 1%
– KR920 (Korea) : 922~923Mhz, Max TX Power +14dBm, Duty Cycle 1%
– IL917 (Israel) : 915~917Mhz , Max TX Power +14dBm, Duty Cycle 1%
Certification
FCC Part15C, CE EN300220-2
Interface
Micro-USB port for powering, adding and upgrading to the Gateway base unit
Dimension
76x77x120mm
Mounting
Wall hanging, DIN rail, Pipe Clamp
Power source
4xAA batteries or via micro-USB port
Power Consumption
Average 12 mWatt, 10uA in Idle, Up to 10 years of battery life
Environment monitoring
 
Dry Contact for pulse counting

 

 

1x Discrete input
internally pulled-up
Input
Pulse counting : up to 1kHz pulse signal
Flow metering
Gateway sensor count 6 (3 + 3)
Important Note Don’t apply any voltage to the dry contact inputs

 


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