NES is a LoRA data acquisition module supporting sensors for the environment (temperature, humidity,..) and pollution monitoring (air contaminant, solvents, dust, ...). The sensor adopts the LoRA technology to transfer data toward a radio gateway.
The gateway then will be able to transfer the received data to a remote cloud application for their elaboration.
NPS is a device developed for the monitoring of the free/busy status of the parking lots. The smart parking sensor supports multiple technologies for the correct identification of the lot status: magnetometer, ligthing sensor or infrared sensor. NPS support the LoRA radio tecnology for the local communication till the gateway. LoRa uses free radio sub-gigahertz frequencies (868 MHz in Europe) and enables very long distance transmissions with very low power consuption, as required for battery powered applications.
NLC is a device allowing the monitoring and control of external loads, typically LED ligths. It is equipped with two relays for load ON/OFF and with two PWM digital outputs for the brightness control. The integrated Real Time Clock permits the remote configuration of the power on/power off periods or the brightness level at different times. NLC includes an integrated power meter (optional) for the monitoring of the electrical measurements. The device adopts the LoRA radio technology for the local communication, till the control gateway.