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Now that it is possible to choose the node uplink subband, our customers can manually change the default setting to match the gateway operating parameters.
Despite our ongoing, intense involvement in research and development, our production line has been running at high speed. We have now manufactured hundreds of devices that are already collecting telemetry data all over the world.
The integration with the Helium network is the next step in the development of our proprietary Yosensi Suite platform. Now you can simply install your Yosensi device on our platform without buying an expensive gateway – just select the new Helium node type while node configuration and voilà! It has never been so simple. This is an unquestionable advantage and saves money.
To meet the expectations of our customers who want to integrate existing solutions based on Modbus protocol with the world of IoT, we have created a device that allows to read data via Modbus RTU and transmit it via radio to networks based on LoRaWAN at a distance of up to several kilometers.
Internet of Things devices often run on batteries and use wireless communications to send data to client servers. Manufacturers of electronic components aim for their chips to consume as low a current as possible during operation.
The topic of LoRa distance appears in various articles, mostly describing the setting of new world records. As of today, the record is as high as 832 km! But how do these distances relate to real-world applications — are these hundreds of kilometers the actual working ranges in LoRa technology? Let’s try to find out.
Considering the huge amount and variety of data collected by IoT devices, it is important to choose the right environment to store and manage it. One option is Grafana, an open-source platform with tools for data analytics, extracting metrics, monitoring through easy-to-read, multifunctional dashboards, and triggering alert notifications for various kinds of event. Here, we’ll show you a few basic applications of Grafana using our products in real-world applications. Introduction Considering the huge amount and variety of data collected by IoT devices, it is important to choose the right environment to store and manage it.
A key feature of battery-powered devices is an optimized battery life cycle. The battery life cycle affects all aspects of the design process: size, weight, communication standard, sensor type, MCU selection, low-power software solutions, types of batteries and so on — all based on the client’s requirements and the intended operating environment. It’s a complex optimization process which involves a lot of decision-making. We’ll focus on the basic possibilities for extending battery life and let you know a little bit about tests on our devices.