COMFORT: Temperature | Humidity

COMFORT: Temperature | Humidity

LoRaWAN / Sigfox sensor

Optimize the comfort of occupants and the energy consumption of a building

The COMFORT IoT sensor lets you measure and analyse changes in temperature and humidity inside a room. Thanks to the data communicated by the transmitter, you can optimise ambient comfort and make energy savings.

Highlights of the IoT sensor

  • 4 in 1 product: temperature, humidity, alarm button, dry contact input
  • Over 15 years of autonomy (depending on version and configuration)
  • Data transmission modes: periodic and/or event-trigged
  • Data logging
  • Local and remote configuration
  • Compatible with KARE
  • Available versions:
    • LoRaWAN: EU863-870 / US902-928 / AU915-928 / AS923
    • Sigfox: RC1 / RC2 / RC4
    • NB-IoT / LTE-M1

FEATURES OF THE COMFORT IoT SENSOR

What actions are carried out by the temperature and humidity sensor?

Alert

And/Or Trigger an alarm if:

  • high and/or low threshold(s) exceeded
  • press on alert button
  • event detected on the dry contact input

MEASURE

Monitor:

  • temperature
  • humidity level

Count the number of events on the alert button or the dry contact input

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Description of the IoT temperature and humidity sensor

What are the technical characteristics of the connected sensor?

Features

  • Periodic transmission of temperature and humidity data (with or without logging of measured values) and/or when thresholds are exceeded (high and/or low).
  • Redundancy with configurable number of data repeats per frame
  • 1 digital input to detect one or more changes of state and send an associated frame
  • 1 button connected to detect one or more events (by pressing a button) and send an associated frame
  • Configurable alarm repetition in the event of a persistent event
  • Configurable life frame
  • Configuration:
    • local, via a USB-C port
    • remote, via the network, enabling periodicity, transmission modes and alarm thresholds to be set.
  • Product error, configuration error and low battery alerts

General specifications

  • Dimensions: 111 x 61 x 40 mm
  • Weight: 107g
  • Case: IP20, Bayblend FR3010 (PC/ABS) white plastic (indoor use)
  • Integrated fixing system: wall
  • Recommended operating conditions:
    • +5°C / +50°C
    • 0 to 85% RH (non-condensing)
  • 1 connectorized battery pack (4000 mAh)
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Where does the sensor operate?

  • LoRaWAN EU863-870
  • Sigfox RC1

What is the sensor part number?

  • ARF8275ARA COMFORT LoRaWAN® EU863-870
  • ARF8275A COMFORT Sigfox RC1

Certification:

Directive 2014/53/UE (RED)

What is the expected battery life of the sensor?

Under the following conditions: 1 scan every 20 minutes and 1 transmission per hour (24 frames per day):

LoRaWAN EU863-870:

  • SF7: >15 years
  • SF12: 11.3 years

Sigfox RC1:

  • 3.1 years

For further information, all the useful documents and tools relating to the COMFORT IoT sensor:

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

Where does the sensor operate?

  • LoRaWAN US902-928
  • Sigfox RC2

What is the sensor part number?

  • ARF8275BRA COMFORT LoRaWAN® US902-928

  • ARF8275DRA COMFORT Sigfox RC2

Certifications:

  • US: FCC- Title  47 CFR Part 15
  • Canada: RSS-247 Issue 2

What is the expected battery life of the sensor?

Under the following conditions: 1 scan every 20 minutes and 1 transmission per hour (24 frames per day):

LoRaWAN US902-928:

  • SF7: >15 years
  • SF12: >15 years

Sigfox RC2:

  • 10.4 years

For further information, all the useful documents and tools relating to the COMFORT IoT sensor:

Where does the sensor operate?

  • LoRaWAN AS923-925

What is the sensor part number?

  • ARF8275JRA COMFORT LoRaWAN® AS923-925

Certification:

AS/NZS 4268

What is the expected battery life of the sensor?

Under the following conditions: 1 scan every 20 minutes and 1 transmission per hour (24 frames per day):

LoRaWAN AS923-925:

  • SF7: >10.4 years
  • SF12: >9 years

For further information, all the useful documents and tools relating to the COMFORT IoT sensor:

Where does the sensor operate?

  • LoRaWAN AU915-928
  • Sigfox RC4

What is the sensor part number?

  • ARF8275IRA COMFORT LoRaWAN® AU915-928
  • ARF8275KRA COMFORT Sigfox RC4

Certification:

AS/NZS 4268

What is the expected battery life of the sensor?

Under the following conditions: 1 scan every 20 minutes and 1 transmission per hour (24 frames per day):

LoRaWAN AU915-928:

  • SF7: >15 years
  • SF12: >11.3 years

Sigfox RC4:

  • 10.4 years

For further information, all the useful documents and tools relating to the COMFORT IoT sensor:

Our solutions for different uses

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Reduce
energy consumption

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