The main advantage lies in the completely self-contained power supply through the use of solar panels.
The recorder body is made of durable ventilated sealed plastic with IP-68 protection, and its design allows the device to be used in extreme continental climates. In addition, the device is vented by an integrated pressure equalization diaphragm.
All sensors are connected using a cable gland.
The used lithium phosphate battery LiFePO4 with 1000 charge cycles makes this device completely autonomous, which significantly increases the battery life.
In addition, the device has a backup battery for emergency operation.
In addition, the recorder has 2 mounting angles that allow fixing the device to a mast, pipe, pole, etc.
Wired sensors are connected to the registrar, the received data is transmitted over the LP-WAN network to the base station with subsequent transfer to the cloud storage.
The recorder has a connector for connecting an external LoRaWAN antenna, and you can also use an antenna on a printed circuit board (built-in antenna).
The recorder can be configured using bluetooth. In case of loss or an emergency, the location of the device can be found by means of GNSS.
The recorder has two connectors for connecting the interface SDI-12 and RS-485 for connecting external sensors. In addition, an external accelerometer can be connected to the recorder.