- Industrial Grade 3-axis Wireless Vibration Sensor with RMS, MAX and MIN g vibration
- Vibration Range ±16g
- Noise Removal using Low pass filter
- Offset Removal at Power up
- Operating Temperature Range -40 to +85 °C
- 2 Mile Range with On-Board Antenna
- Superior LOS Range of up to 28 miles with High-Gain Antennas
- Interface to Raspberry Pi, Microsoft Azure, Arduino and More
- Example Software for Visual Studio and LabVIEW
- Wireless Mesh Networking using DigiMesh®
- 256 Sensor Nod e per Network
- Open Communication Protocol for custom interfacing applications
- Small Form Factor Wireless Sensor (3×3 inch)
- Two modes of Operation
- Configuration mode for Sensor and X-bee Settings
- Factory Default Option using combination of hardware buttons
- Power efficient Built-in Sleep mode
- User Configurable Sleep duration
- Up to 500,000 Transmissions from 2 AA Batteries
- X-bee API mode use for reliable communication
- Improved reliability incorporating Re try feature in case of packet loss
- Real time battery status
Getting Started With Wireless Vibration Sensor
The Wireless Vibration Sensor and Zigmo/Router come pre-programmed and work out of the box. In this section we will setup a sensor and Zigmo link and start receiving data on our PC. Though this guide shows how to visualize data on LabVIEW utility, you can also use a simple serial terminal to see raw data by following these steps.
- IoT Long Range Wireless Vibration And Temperature Sensor (with power source Battery or External DC)
- Zigmo/Router for PC ( One Router will work with multiple sensors)
- · PC/Laptop with an OS installed or Any IoT Embedded Device
- · LabVIEW Utility for displaying sensor data (available on our website for free)
- Power-up the Wireless Sensor and make sure its antenna is installed
- Connect your Zigmo/Router to your PC
- Identify the serial port allocated to it by going into device manager (You can also find the serial port using Digi provided utility XCTU)
At this stage, both the Sensor and Zigmo have automatically established communication and the data can be read from the serial port at which Zigmo has been installed.
- Install the LabVIEW utility for the sensor you are working with. Run this utility.
- Press the port configure button and select the PORT you identified in step 3. Select baud rate of 9600 and press OK.
- Press the Run button to visualize incoming data
If you were not able to communicate after completing the above steps then there might be a fault at either end of the communication network. Please refer to the troubleshooting section for identifying and resolving some common issues. If you are still not able to communicate after troubleshooting then please contact us at any time.