IoT Long Range Wireless AC Current Detection Sensor
Dcube IoT Wireless AC Current Detection sensor transmitters make it easy to receive alerts when the AC current value exceeds the preset limits. This current limit can be set us an onboard Potentiometer. This IoT long-range wireless AC Current Detection sensor transmitter includes one 0-100Amp AC Current Sensor. This input can be used to detect if there is any current flowing through the sensor. The input current range is 0-100A, sending a transmission if any state of the current changes. Receive an alert when AC current value exceeds the preset value, receive another alert when the AC current drops below the preset value. This IoT long-range wireless AC Current Detection sensor is ideally used in Automation applications that need a reliable long-range wireless AC current detect transmission. Powered by two AA batteries, users can expect up to 500,000 transmissions or up to 10 years of battery life depending on environmental conditions and the transmission interval required for your application. Optionally, this sensor may be externally powered. This AC Current Detection sensor transmitter will send wireless push notifications over a distance of up to 2 miles using the included antennas (line of sight) or up to 28 miles using high-gain antennas. This wireless push notification transmitter works by sending data as soon as it detects an AC current (any change on input). Additionally, this AC Current Detection transmitter will send periodic data, indicating the input status as well as the battery level, just to let you know it’s alive and well.
We take IoT security very seriously, which is why we encrypt every IoT sensor, gateway, modem, and device in the Dcube Enterprise product line. Encryption is much easier to manage than you might expect, as the encryption does not get in the way of using the device. We include a standard 128-Bit AES Encryption key with every device or we can help you integrate a new encryption key into all of your devices. All hardware devices must use the same encryption key. Once the keys are set, the hardware manages the rest for you, 100% in the background.
Wireless Range and Protocol
Dcube long-range wireless IoT sensors use the DigiMesh® protocol from Digi.com. DigiMesh® was designed by THE industrial leader in secure wireless communications for industrial applications. DigiMesh® automatically hops data from gateway to gateway until it arrives at the desired destination. Dcube IoT sensors are capable of a 2-Mile line-of-site communication distance with the included antennas and up to 28-mile range when using high-gain antennas.
Your IoT Sensor Data Belongs to You!
Your data belongs to YOU and it’s up to you to decide where you want your IoT sensor data to arrive. Don’t be bogged down by the limitations of proprietary cloud solutions, post the data where you need it most. We offer an open communications protocol so you can integrate Dcube wireless transmitters into your own software. This allows the integration of Dcube IoT sensors into any control system or gateway you could ever imagine. Send data to a PC, Mac, or Linux computer, or a Raspberry Pi using Dcube modems. Send data to popular cloud platforms such as Microsoft® Azure® IoT, Losant, and MQTT using Dcube Micro Gateways. We can also help get data from Dcube wireless IoT sensors to embedded platforms such as Arduino. We also offer sample code for Microsoft® Visual Studio, Node-RED, LabVIEW®, and Python. Our documentation fully breaks down the packet structure, so integration into other languages is possible. We may even be able to help, so please feel free to contact us if you are working with a platform not mentioned here.
Note: This is an AC Current Detection Sensor, not an AC Current Measurement meter. It will send “On” output when the AC Current Value Exceeds the pre-set value and will send the “Off” output AC current value drops below a pre-set value.
This device sends data periodically, based on user-preset timing intervals.
This device sends data when an on/off state change of the input is detected.