The RF-M1

Field Monitoring Node

The new M1 Field Monitoring Node is suitable for simple monitoring tasks as part of the DropControl network or on its own. It has a combination of inputs that allows you to perform multiple monitoring tasks and store them in the cloud.

DROPCONTROL TECHNOLOGY

  • Collaborative wireless networks with 2 miles between nodes.
  • 3G / LTE cellular connection to the cloud for synchronization.
  • Solar-powered with low-power consumption
  • Wide variety of sensors and compatible accesories.

DEVICE FEATURES

  • RF mesh networks or cellular communication.
  • IP65 outdoor protection.
  • Autonomous energy, solar + battery.
  • Firmware updates via cloud software. Support Personnel set configurations and help monitor the farm status via WOS & DropControl applications
  • Compatible with other WiseConn RF units.

Aplications

  • Agroclimatic variables: humidity, precipitation, temperature, wind, and radiation.
  • Soil and plant variables.
  • Irrigation sensors: flow, pressure, and electrical variables.
  • Industrial sensors with communication 4..20mA;
    serial 232 or

DESIGNED FOR FIELD MONITORING IN A COLLABORATIVE WIRELESS NETWORK

The

RF-M1

Field Monitoring Node

The new M1 Field Monitoring Node is suitable for simple monitoring tasks as part of the DropControl network or on its own. It has a combination of inputs that allows you to perform multiple monitoring tasks and store them in the cloud.

DROPCONTROL TECHNOLOGY

  • Collaborative wireless networks with 2 miles between nodes.
  • 3G / LTE cellular connection to the cloud for synchronization.
  • Solar-powered with low-power consumption
  • Wide variety of sensors and compatible accesories.

DEVICE FEATURES

  • RF mesh networks or cellular communication.
  • IP65 outdoor protection.
  • Autonomous energy, solar + battery.
  • Firmware updates via cloud software. Support Personnel set configurations and help monitor the farm status via WOS & DropControl applications
  • Compatible with other WiseConn RF units.

Aplications

  • Agroclimatic variables: humidity, precipitation, temperature, wind, and radiation.
  • Soil and plant variables.
  • Irrigation sensors: flow, pressure, and electrical variables.
  • Industrial sensors with communication 4..20mA;
    serial 232 or

DESIGNED FOR FIELD MONITORING IN A COLLABORATIVE WIRELESS NETWORK