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The Myriota Sense&Locate is designed to accelerate the development of Myriota enabled remote IoT tracking and monitoring solutions. The Sense&Locate has an IP65 enclosure, a 4-20mA sensor interface with protected gland for attachment of external sensors, onboard vibration sensor, an integrated antenna and an integrated Myriota Module. The Sense&Locate is available for white label.
Service 1 - SL1-1
Service 2 - SL2-1
Myriota secure and private low-power satellite IoT connectivity
AES-CBC-256 encryption using unique per-Module keys
Service 1 - 160.975 MHz - 161.475 MHz
Service 2 - 399.9 MHz - 400.05 MHz
|Receive Band||Service 1 & 2 - 400.15 MHz - 401 MHz|
4-20mA sensor interface (with protected gland for attachment of external sensors)
|Field update||Easy field access to the battery compartment and serial port via micro USB|
|Deployment Suitability||Rugged IP65-rated, UV resistant enclosure with internally mounted antennas.|
|Location Services||Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) for geolocation and tracking.|
Simple Application Programming Interface (API) for job scheduling, sensor input/output, diagnostics, and access to Myriota’s communication stack.
Software running on the Myriota Sense&Locate can be reprogrammed with a Myriota provided application or customised for the users application.
|Dimensions||96mm W x 35mm L x 165mm H|
|Enclosure||IP65, UV-resistant with internally mounted antenna|
|Operating Temperature||-30°C to 70°C / -22°F to 158°F|
|Compliance||RCM, RoHS (see the Sense&Locate datasheet for details)|
The Myriota Sense&Locate is shipped as an un-programmed device ready for you to develop and install your user application in-house or to program with the example applications from the Myriota SDK. To purchase Myriota Sense&Locate devices pre-programmed by Myriota with a user application to suit your needs, contact our Sales team to discuss your plans.
The Sense&Locate User Guide provides step by step instructions to connect and calibrate sensors and program the device with an example application. It describes the steps and links to the guides required to build customised applications using the Myriota Software Development Kit (SDK).