We use the ESP8266 chip in order to be able to work in a WiFi environment, although communication can also be sent via a Mobile Chip. Configuration is stored inSPIFF's, it has an OLED screen and possibly a larger LED matrix for communication with the outside world.
Several ADC convertors are foreseen in order to connect the different probes and the possibility to activate a water pump, valves and more. There is a command language for executing local & remote commands and the ability to trace what is going on.
Also based on the same technology but stripped to the bare bone so that only measurements are passed to the WEB or another central node at specific intervals when woken up. It sleeps for a while in order to save power.
We use a solar panel in order to keep it running for a long period. Typically used in environments where no electricity is available like farmer fields, vineyards....
We offer a solution to measure (pm10, pm25) the air quality "Particals" based on the NOVA SDS011 sensor.
Our latest IoT board based on the Arduino ESP32 chip. Example with Real Time Clock and Micro SD device offering more space than the SPIFF to store files.
This board can attach several sensors and output devices at the same time.
We have several output device types in order to communicate with the outside world.
Currently we offer Organic LED, LED Matrix, LED Strips and E-Paper possibilities. Can be extended on demand.
For industrial solutions we build our boards into DIN rail rack mountable PLC cases.
This allows us to assemble a set of devices which is easy to access and maintain.
The central application server offers the possibility to visualize your sensors in Google Maps.
You can consult the last measurement values, state of the relais and select charts, command scheduler or configuration screen from the "Info Window".
The central application server allows you to configure your IoT boards, things like measurement intervals, GPS coordinates, naming sensors and more.