Analog: wired sensor interface

Analog: wired sensor interface

LoRaWAN / Sigfox sensor

On battery or external power supply, connect your 0-10 V or 4-20 mA sensors

ANALOG is a ready-to-use IoT sensor that transforms any type of 0-10 V or 4-20 mA sensor into a communicating sensor.

This connected sensor meets the needs of users who want to remotely monitor data of any kind (power consumption, temperature, pressure, humidity, CO², speed, brightness, opening, level, etc.) from a sensor or piece of equipment.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE IOT SENSOR

  • 2 versions available:
    • replaceable internal battery
    • external power supply
  • 2 analog inputs independently configurable as 0-10 V or 4-20 mA
  • 2 digital inputs associated with analog inputs
  • Data transmission modes: periodic and/or event-driven
  • Local or remote configuration
  • Compatible with KARE
  • Other version available: Current sensor

FEATURES OF THE ANALOG IoT SENSOR

What actions are carried out by the connected sensor?

Measure

Continuously monitor the values
of 0-10V or 4-20 mA equipment
or sensors (clamp ammeter,
temperature, rain gauge, pressure,
humidity, speed, etc.).

Alert

AND/OR Trigger an alarm if:

  • high and/or low threshold(s) exceeded
  • event on one of the 2 dry contact inputs
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Description

What are the technical characteristics of the connected sensor?

Technical specifications

  • 2 versions available :
    • replaceable internal battery (ANALOG)
    • external power supply (ANALOG PWR)
  • 2 analog inputs independently configurable as 0-10V or 4-20mA
  • 2 digital inputs associated with analog inputs
  • Data transmission modes: periodic and/or event-driven
  • Product error, configuration error and low battery alerts
  • Configuration:
    • Local, via a USB port
    • Remote, via the network, 

General specifications

  • Weight:
    • 70 g (battery included)
    • 49 g (powered version)
  • Dimensions: 105 x 50 x 27 mm
  • Enclosure: IP67, EMERGE™ PC 8731HH grey resin (casing), EMERGE™ PC 8430-15 transparent
    resin (sole)
  • Mounting: DIN Rail, Tube, Wall, Collar
  • Power supply:
    • Replaceable battery (2600 mAh capacity)
    • External power supply on 2-pin terminal block: input range 6-24V – max. current 90 mA
  • Recommended operating conditions:
    • 25°C / +70°C for battery-powered version
    • -25°C / +40°C for external power supply version
    • 0 to 85% RH (non-condensing)
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Decoding

Datasheet

Driver USB to dowload

Where does the sensor operate?

  • LoRaWAN EU863-870

What is the sensor part number?

  • ARF8190BA ANALOG LoRaWAN® EU863-870
  • ARF8200AA ANALOG PWR LoRaWAN® EU863-870

Features

  • Minimum scan period of 30 seconds with a sampling period of 30 sec.
  • Data logging (up to 24 samples per frame)
  • Configurable lifetime frame
  • Data timestamp: EPOCH 2013 format (function can be activated)
  • Network test on start-up: performed automatically when the product starts up (via LEDs)
  • Customisable join phase: can be customised (number of attempts, time between attempts), remote join
    re-launch, etc.
  • Data accessibility: redundancy

Certification

  • Directive 2014/53/UE (RED)

What is the expected battery life of the sensor?

Under the following conditions: 2 inputs activated and configured as 0-10V

For 1 scan every 5 minutes and 1 transmission every 30 minutes:

  • SF7 >15 years
  • SF12 = 5 years

For 1 scan every 10 minutes and 1 transmission every 60 minutes:

  • SF7 >15 years
  • SF12 = 9.1 years

For further information, all the useful documents and tools relating to the LoraWAN ANALOG et ANALOG PWR sensors :

Previous versions: to find all the documentation related to previous versions of this product, click here.

Where does the sensor operate?

  • Sigfox RC1

What is the sensor part number?

  • ARF8191BA ANALOG Sigfox RC1
  • ARF8201AA ANALOG PWR Sigfox RC1

Certification

  • Directive 2014/53/UE (RED)

What is the expected battery life of the sensor?

For 1 frame every 2 hours (12 frames per day): 4.2 years

For further information, all the useful documents and tools relating to the Sigfox ANALOG et ANALOG PWR sensors :

Previous versions: to find all the documentation related to previous versions of this product, click here.

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