Sigfox has just launched Sens’it Discovery, which they describe as a “end-to-end IoT solution, which aims to accelerate the adoption of the IoT (Internet of things) among business and technical professionals”.
The solution is comprised for Sens’it 3 device with 6 sensors, sensit.io application, and Sigfox connectivity.
- MCU – STM32 micro‑controller
- TI CC1125 radio transceiver
- Sigfox Ready class 0U
- Frequencies – 868 to 869.7 MHz, 902 to 908 MHz, or 923.2 MHz (TX) / 922.2 MHz (RX), or 920 to 925 MHz depending on region
- Transmit Power emission – 14 dBm ERP (RC1), 22 dBm ERP (RC2), 10 dBm ERP (RC3), 22 dBm ERP (RC4)
- Thermometer (HTS221) – -40 to 120°C / Accuracy ± 0.5°C
- Humidity (HTS221) – 0 to 100 / Accuracy ± 3.5% rH (20 to +80% rH)
- Accelerometer (FXOS8700) – ±2, 4, 8 g / Accuracy 0.244, 0.488, 0.976 mg
- Magnetometer (FXOS8700) – ±1200 μT / Sensitivity 0.1 μT/LSB
- Light (LTR329) – 0.01 to 64K lux
- Reed switch (ILS CT10-1540-G4) – 10-40 AT
- USB – 1x micro USB port
- Misc – 3x LEDs (White, Red, RGB), central button for control
- Battery – Rechargeable LiPo 250 mAh battery good for about 3 months in temperature mode with 1 frame per hour
- Dimensions – 52 x 82 x 15 mm
- Weight – 50 g
- Temperature Range – 10°C to 50°C
- Relative humidity – 30% to 90%
- IP Rating – IP54
- Safety – EN 60950-1: IEC 60950-1
- EMC – EN 301 489-3; EN 301 489-1 + FCC Part 15 B in relevant regions
- Radio – Depends on regions: EN 300 220-2; EN 300 220-1; FCC part 15.247; ARIB STD-T108
Sens’it Discovery includes the device and accessories, one year application access, and one year Sigfox connectivity in any of the 45 countries with Sigfox coverage.
Sens’it Discovery can be used as a development kit thanks to a Software Development Kit (SDK) that allows developers to create their own firmware, and fully re-configure the device, while hardware designer can access the hardware files for reference, and re-use and modify them for their own project.
Pricing is not available, but you can register you interest, and find more information on sensit.io website.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.
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