The Proxidyne Sensor Node is the device that connects to all your sensor inputs and sends back any changes to the bridge (up to 15 km away). Sensor inputs can be as simple as a push button, an array of buttons, a motion sensor, telemetry sensors, smart phones, or bluetooth wearables. When the sensor node detects a change in a sensor, this information is sent back to the bridge over LoRa, a long range iOT communcation link. The communication is secured by symmetric keys using AES128 encryption. You configure the keys on the sensor node and the bridge to secure the information on the link.
You can also have hundreds of sensor nodes sending sensor inputs back to the bridge over the long range communcation link. Since LoRa uses an unlicensed band (900 Mhz), there are no monthly carrier fees for node communcation.
- Bluetooth LE 4.1 (range up to 200 Meters)
- LoRa 915 Mhz Radio Tranceiver (up to 15 Km)
- ARM Cortex-M3 Microcontroller
- Support for LoRaWAN
SDK and Library for iOS
4 AA Batteries (up to 1 year lifetime depending on usage) or 5V Mini-USB
Inputs & Outputs:
- Dry Contact In (Switch on/off detection)
- Dry Contact Out (Trigger external device, up to 30V and 1 A)
- Analog Inputs (0-5V, 0-12V) for Telemetry Sensors
- Bluetooth LE version 4.1 (including Proxidyne Bluenet and iBeacon detection)
- 4-Input button detection via board connector
Part Number: Series 360LR
Proxidyne Sensor Node 360LR (Doc No. 12042017-03): PDF