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Captis pulse lite

Captis Pulse Lite

A new world of IoT connectivity and remote data logging - get the data when you need it

The Captis cellular data logger is small and can run for extended periods of time on a single battery. It connects across cellular networks, including LTE–M1 and NB1, and is compatible for use within LTE-M and NBIoT coverage areas.

It comes with an internal LTE antenna, IP68 rated 4 pin plug for sensor connection, and is housed in an IP68 rated enclosure. Its Edge Processing capabilities include alarming/fast logging, fast log/send, and process alarms, and it supports a loopback cable cut detection if required for identifying physical tamper.

Captis features

  • Cellular connected (LTE–M1, NB1)
  • Embedded SIM card
  • Remotely configurable: over the air recording interval, offset, scaling, factor, sending interval
  • Firmware upgrades over the air (FOTA)
  • Sensor Agnostic: connect any off the shelf sensor to the industry standard interfaces and protocols
  • Run all inputs simultaneously
  • Can be installed in-ground (IP68)
  • Battery powered
  • Battery life of up to 5,000 transmissions
  • 5 year product warranty

LogOr

LogOr

Designed and built in New Zealand, these loggers are the perfect tool to allow councils, consultants, industry and agricultural sectors to collect vital information on the status of their reticulation systems and networks.

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IOT

At its most simplistic, IoT is the result of low-cost computing that connects everything on the planet, computer to computer, which is the global transfer of data without the need for human intervention.

Smart water meters are a form of IoT, a network of technologies which can monitor the status of physical objects, capture meaningful data, and communicate that data over a wireless network to a software application for analysis on a computer in the cloud. A smart device is associated with each object which provides the connectivity and a unique digital identity for identifying, tracking and communicating with the object. A sensor within or attached to the device is connected to the Internet by a local area connection and can also have wide area connectivity. Typically, each data transmission from a device is small in size but the number of transmissions can be frequent.

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