Makes a Sensor Iot Cloud Connected

Aspen10

The revolutionary Aspen™10 Internet of Things (IoT) Edge Device allows users to easily connect their environmental sensor to the cloud. It is rugged and durable and may be mounted outdoors without the need for a second enclosure. It has an integrated solar panel and internal rechargeable battery, making the Aspen10 a truly self-sustaining device.
The Aspen10 is also small and compact, which makes it easy to install in a variety of locations without disturbing the environment it is monitoring. An integrated IoT cellular modem allows the Aspen10 to transmit data to the cloud, and a global positioning system (GPS) receiver provides automated installation location.
Setting up the Aspen 10 to read your sensor is quick and easy thanks to a new sensor interface technology, AQWire, that allows automatic identification of any sensor with an SDI-12 or one-wire identification. The Aspen10 publishes this ID to the cloud, in return receiving a customized measurement configuration and program for your specific sensor and application. You can then monitor your data from anywhere. internal rechargeable battery, making the Aspen10 a truly self-sustaining device.
The Aspen10 is also small and compact, which makes it easy to install in a variety of locations without disturbing the environment it is monitoring. An integrated IoT cellular modem allows the Aspen10 to transmit data to the cloud, and a global positioning system (GPS) receiver provides automated installation location.
Setting up the Aspen10 to read your sensor is quick and easy thanks to a new sensor interface technology, AQWire, that allows automatic identification of any sensor with an SDI-12 or one-wire identification. The Aspen10 publishes this ID to the cloud, in return receiving a customized measurement configuration and program for your specific sensor and application. You can then monitor your data from anywhere.

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Description

The revolutionary Aspen™10 Internet of Things (IoT) Edge Device allows users to easily connect their environmental sensor to the cloud. It is rugged and durable and may be mounted outdoors without the need for a second enclosure. It has an integrated solar panel and internal rechargeable battery, making the Aspen10 a truly self-sustaining device.
The Aspen10 is also small and compact, which makes it easy to install in a variety of locations without disturbing the environment it is monitoring. An integrated IoT cellular modem allows the Aspen10 to transmit data to the cloud, and a global positioning system (GPS) receiver provides automated installation location.
Setting up the Aspen 10 to read your sensor is quick and easy thanks to a new sensor interface technology, AQWire, that allows automatic identification of any sensor with an SDI-12 or one-wire identification. The Aspen10 publishes this ID to the cloud, in return receiving a customized measurement configuration and program for your specific sensor and application. You can then monitor your data from anywhere. internal rechargeable battery, making the Aspen10 a truly self-sustaining device.
The Aspen10 is also small and compact, which makes it easy to install in a variety of locations without disturbing the environment it is monitoring. An integrated IoT cellular modem allows the Aspen10 to transmit data to the cloud, and a global positioning system (GPS) receiver provides automated installation location.
Setting up the Aspen10 to read your sensor is quick and easy thanks to a new sensor interface technology, AQWire, that allows automatic identification of any sensor with an SDI-12 or one-wire identification. The Aspen10 publishes this ID to the cloud, in return receiving a customized measurement configuration and program for your specific sensor and application. You can then monitor your data from anywhere.

Benefits and Features

• IoT device using local cellular networks as the low-power wide-area network (LPWAN)
• Cellular CAT M1 for worldwide roaming
• Geolocation to automatically determine the edge device’s location
• Solar charging to keep the IoT device operational indefinitely using just a few hours of daily sunlight
• Internal rechargeable LiFePO4 battery with reserve power for more than one month’s operation without charge for all supported sensors
• Smart sensor detection and identification (AQWire)
• Smart sensor power automatic optimization for the attached sensor.

Documentation

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