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- Order number: E_50008
- Additional Text: ZigBee Multisensor ZBS-122
The easy to use command interface is self-evident and perfect for debugging or integration work. „SET“ commands are defining various parameters like time intervals and thresholds. „GET“ commands are collecting sensor and configuration data.
If measurement results exceed or undershoot the configured thresholds, the respective data is transmitted immediately to the network, also as clear text.
Measurement Interval / Alerts
The ZBS controller distinguishes between two kinds of time intervals. The user-definable „TX-Interval“ sets the time for periodic transmission of the actual sensor data. Keep in mind that every transmission is consuming power, so this should handled really economically.
The also user-definable „MSI-Interval“ sets the time for periodic measurement. Only in case of threshold violation or detected movement an unrequested alert message is transmitted. With this mechanism the ambient parameters are acquired continuously, without decreasing the battery endurance dramatically. In order that the motion detection doesn´t transmit every detection, a following quiescence time can be adjusted.
To ensure safe and continuous operation, the batteries´ voltage is analyzed during wireless transmission (under load). This status is getting transmitted to the network coordinator with the next request - long time before final power loss.
Made in Germany
All steps from development, assembly, testing and quality assurance take place in germany. Customized solutions can be realized fast and reliable through our engineering team.
- Precise temperature measurement (up to 0.3 °C; resolution 0.1°C on demand)
- Battery-Low message
- 2.4 GHz
- Range ~100m (in sight)
- Transmit power +1 dBm (1 mW)
- Receiver sensitivity: -92 dBm
- Firmware upgradable via ZigBee network
- OGEMA-Driver on demand (Open Gateway Energy Management Alliance)
Ultra low power operation: Getting rid of useless telegrams and empty batteries
Though the device can sample in quite small cycles, a couple of µA (thousandth of a Milliamp) are enough for a long-term and reliable operation. After the internal sampling / measurement all internal sensors are cut off from the power supply leading to absolute zero current consumption. Flexible configurable thresholds (high / low) for all sensors will lead to immediate alarm telegrams only in case of violation. This approach combines almost realtime data with the longest battery lifetime.
Long time before the battery gets empty, "Battery-Low" messages are sent in order to prevent connection loss and ensure reliable operation.
To use this sensor, you need a gateway (ZBG-100) to which you can connect up to 10 sensors. With a router (ZBR-100), you can expand this network by another 10 sensors. You will also need a preinstalled NMS system. It is Nagios, OpenNMS or Icingia.
|Temperature sensor:||-40°..+120°C |
fault: typ. +/- 0.3°C
|Relative humidity:||fault: typ +/- 2.0 %RH|
|RF:||ZigBee IEEE 802.15.4 |
TX: +1 dBm (1 mW)
RX: -92 dBm
range max. 150m
|ZigBee role:||End node|
|Dimension:||52 x 107 (137 with flange) x 15,4 mm B x H x D)|
|Power supply:||3x 1,5v AA |
3x 1,5V Li AA
|Operating temperature:||-10°..60°C, non-condensing|