SenseCAP S2100 data logger can collect data from multiple sensors and transfer the data through the LoRaWAN network. It is a LoRaWAN converter that converts those sensors that are not LoRa-powered into LoRa-enabled sensors and therefore transfers data through the LoRaWAN protocol. You can easily enjoy the advantages such as low power consumption and long transmission range, without affording the cost of changing the sensors you are using.
Strong Compatibility with Sensors: It can support 100+ industrial sensors including various sensor types such as Analog(0~10V/4~20mA), RS485, and GPIO(Pulse).
LoRaWAN Wireless Transmission: Ultra-low power consumption and ultra-wide-distance transmission range. It has Max.10 year of battery life and can cover a transmission range of 2km in urban scenes and 10km in line-of-sight scenes.
Industrial Design: -40℃ ~ 85℃ operating temperature and IP66 rating, suitable for indoor, outdoor, and harsh environments such as high UV exposure, heavy rain, dusty conditions, etc.
Easy to Use: The sensor can be used out-of-box through Bluetooth configuration, and users receive the data on the phone, cloud servers, and different platforms in just a few clicks.
Powerful APP Support: SenseCAP Mate APP allows you to set the sensor templates and quickly turn the data logger into the sensor you want. Templates can be exported and imported to support various applications.
Compatible with Worldwide LoRaWAN networks: It can be used with different types of LoRaWAN gateways and is compatible with multiple LoRaWAN Network Servers (Helium, TTN, etc).
Scan-and-Play: Easy Configuration via Bluetooth in Just 3 min
The Built-in Bluetooth 5.0 has reduced many configurations works, no need for connecting it to your computers or complicated wiring. You can easily configure the device in 4 steps:
- Connect the sensor to the data logger by screwing
- Connect App to Data Logger via Bluetooth
- Set Parameters using Mate APP: Protocol, Power Supply, Data Parsing, etc
- Check data on Mate APP or Web Portal
Support Industrial Sensors of Different Interfaces
The Mate APP allows you to configure Seeed's sensor parameters with one click to convert them to different types of LoRa sensors. It can also save the sensor parameters you configured as a template, which can be applied to the new data logger for deploying more sensors. You can download the APP here: 1. iOS; 2. Google Play; 3. App Center
S2100 LoRaWAN Data Logger is a single-channel collector, and only supports one of the following protocols at one time:
- RS485: Support standard RS485 Modbus-RTU protocol
- Analog: 2 x 0~10V or 2 x 4~20mA.
- GPIO: 1 x GPIO, collect level or pulse signal
Support 2 Power Supply Modes: 19Ah built-in battery and 12V DC
When you use low-power sensors, the data logger can work in Periodic mode. Powered by a built-in 19Ah Li-SOCl2 battery, it can be installed and deployed without additional power.
When you use a sensor with high power consumption, the data logger can work in Constant Power mode to use an external 12V DC power supply.
Compatible with Global LoRaWAN® NetworkLoRaWAN® network coverage is required when using sensors. S2100 can be connected to different LoRaWAN® gateways. Here are 2 options for choosing the LoRaWAN® network:
- Option 1: Sensors work in areas covered by Helium Network (Check on Helium Explorer). You can check the SenseCAP M1 and SenseCAP M2.
- Option 2: Sensors work in a standard LoRaWAN® network, like The Things Network, Loriot, Chirpstack, etc. You can check the SenseCAP Outdoor Gateway and the SenseCAP M2 Multiplatform Gateway.
S2100 LoRaWAN Data Logger can quickly turn a wired sensor into a wireless sensor. At the same time, if your project needs more LoRa sensors, you can also use this data logger to quickly build the sensor you want.
Precision Agriculture: Collect various data required for agricultural production by connecting sensors such as pH and EC
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- Smart Building: Connect sensors such as light sensors and air quality sensors, to collect various data in smart building scenarios