AirWire LoRa Receiver-Gateways
A Receiver-Gateway accepts level measurements from one or more level transmitters and can:
- Act as a web server to show levels to users on a LAN
- Send email alerts at high and/or low level conditions
- Inform each transmitter how long to sleep before the next measurement
- Log time-stamped levels for import to Excel or other applications
- Transfer level information to other applications either on the LAN or in the cloud
The Basic Receiver-Gateway is plastic housed with an internal antenna and is surface, wall or ceiling mounted. It can act as a server and/or Ethernet gateway, and can datalog 115,000 measurements (about 20 days at 15 minutes per measurement).
The Flex Receiver-Gateway is metal housed with a rear-attached bendable antenna and is surface mounted. It can act as a server and/or Ethernet gateway, and datalog up to 22.8 million measurements (over 10 years at 15 minutes per measurement). The antenna can be replaced with a coax cable to extend and elevate an indoor or outdoor antenna for increased range. Cellular gateway options are also available.
The Outdoor Receiver-Gateway is sealed in an IP67 aluminum housing with attached antenna designed for elevated mounting outdoors to increase system range performance. It can act as a server and/or Ethernet gateway, and datalog up to 22.8 million measurements (over 10 years at 15 minutes per measurement). Cellular gateway options are also available.
If the level transmitters are within range of Public LoRa services a cloud-based application can be used in lieu of the receiver-gateway. Similar or expanded features can be provided in a cloud-based architecture. Cloud-based services can also be provided simultaneously by transferring the level data stream through the receiver-gateway to the cloud.
The Receiver-Gateways are configured to customer-specific needs. Here are some possibilities for the Basic and Flex Receivers: