LoRaWAN + BLE Sensor Adds External Probe

Laird Connectivity has developed a sensor that features integrated antennas, an external temperature probe, and rugged IP65 enclosure. The Sentrius RS1xx External Series probe allows mounting the sensor outside of a device and measure the temperature inside via the cabled sensor. Designed for a wide range of cold chain management applications like agriculture and food safety monitoring, the configurable sensor device leverages the benefits of LoRaWAN and Bluetooth low energy (BLE) connectivity in a small form factor.


The RS1xx External Series can be coupled with a Sentrius RG1xx LoRa Gateway to create a wireless ecosystem with reliable RF performance. This ecosystem of pre-integrated solutions enables the flexibility and freedom to create everything from a single stand-alone node to a complete end-to-end IoT network.

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The RS1xx External Series probe supports a wide temperature range of -55°C to +125°C. It reliably sends sensor data in harsh RF environments over long distances to remote LoRaWAN gateways, and with the added benefit of a BLE connectivity option, sensor data can be sent to smartphones and tablets for local configuration, control, or data visualization.


The RS1xx comes equipped with robust enclosures, robust multi-layer security to safeguard networks at every level, industry leading support services, and it is fully certified for FCC, IC, CE, and Bluetooth SIG listing. For loftier illuminations, read and retain the RS1xx External Series datasheet.

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