Wireless Door Contact Temperature Sensor M Series
- Monitor temperature from your phone or Desktop
- Create temperature alerts
- Use temperature to trigger automation
- Battery lasts over a year
- Powerful transmitter can penetrate walls and floors and up to 1km line of sight
- Configured to transmit a temperature reading every 5 minutes (configurable).
- Out-of-box temperature monitoring solutions available
- Can be interfaced with many IoT systems (e.g. Blynk, Home Assistant, Adafruit IO, ThingsBoard, PrivateEyePi, MQTT, Amazon AWS IOT, Google Cloud IoT).
- Temperature monitoring solutions
- Wireless Temperature Sensor Tutorial
- Test temperature sensor
- PrivateEyePi Alarm System
- JemRF Documentation
- Battery monitor to keep track of power consumption.
- AA Housing with On/Off Switch
- Temperature Sensor is DS18B20 for high accuracy and repeatability.
- Magnetic Door Contact Switch Normally Open
- All devices are based on the high-performance RF transceiver based on the market-leading CC1100 SOC.
- Wide operating voltage range of 2-3.6V makes the devices suited for battery power.
- Current consumption: RX: 16.2 mA , TX: 15.2 mA. Deep Sleep : 0.005Ma (0.5 µA).
- Up to 1KM line of sight. Short range (30M) penetration of walls and floors.
- 128-bit AES encryption security.
- Driver-less installation.
- All the devices are highly configurable through the serial port or over the air using the LLAP messaging protocol specified in the manual.
- Base station communicates through serial port (TTL UART).
- Communicates in ASCII clear text making it very easy to exchange data between devices over the air.
- Supports point to point, point to multi-point, multi-point to point and multi-point to multi-point.
- Virtually unlimited amount of devices can be deployed. 99,999 Personal Area Network ID’s, 10 channels per frequency and 7,744 Device ID’s per network.
- Super low power consumption allows devices to be use for long periods of time (up to 1 year depending on transmission rates).
- Supports 6 frequencies (433 MHZ, 915 MHZ (default US & Canada), 868.3 MHZ (default Europe), 868 MHZ, 903 MHZ, 315 MHZ)
- 10 channels per frequency.
- 4 pins for communicating with external micro-controllers like Raspberry Pi and Arduino : Tx, Rx, GND, 3V3.