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Wireless sensor network (commercial)
 
Wireless sensor network (commercial)

Latest revision as of 14:30, 10 July 2009

Wireless sensor network (commercial)


Method:[edit]

Summary:[edit]

Radio frequency used:[edit]

Radio protocol used:[edit]

Range/Power (line of sight/dBm):[edit]

500m / 3db / 2mWatt

Hop modes:[edit]

Multi hop self optimizing

GPRS:[edit]

planned

Mesh limitations:[edit]

35 nodes (= routers)

4 ports/node; typ. up to 2 sensors/port

number of nodes per router:


Additional information:[edit]

Sensor compatibility:[edit]

analog (Voltage)

digital

counter

input RS485

Data reading frequency:[edit]

Currently fixed to a measuring and sending interval of 15min.


Storage of data/backup:[edit]

Only within web server / 2GB


Power consumption:[edit]

Web server 4 Watt / 5 V

Reliability:[edit]

Years in service: at least 5 years

Failure rate instrument (years): not known

Packet failure (%): Depends on system installation, typical <10%

Installation procedure:[edit]

Installation underground possible:[edit]

Battery life:[edit]

Maintenance required /Ease of maintenance:[edit]

Support:[edit]

Software:[edit]

Web friendly interface:


Data base:


Scripting language:

Ease of update:

Open source:


Cost:[edit]

What to watch out for:[edit]

Problems/Questions:[edit]

Links[edit]

Projects that used the above equipment:


Other related web sites:

Technical information

Distributors


References[edit]