Sensors Expo 2018: Collaborators Create Wi-SUN Compatible Sensor Nodes

Eta Compute and ROHM Semiconductor are collaborating to develop ultra-low power Wireless Smart Ubiquitous Network (Wi-SUN) compatible sensor nodes. The nodes will combine ROHM’s sensor technology and Eta Compute’s low power MCUs to deliver one of the highest performing, lowest power solutions for smart utility networks and the IoT.

 

The nodes coming from the ROHM and Eta Compute partnership will be designed for frequent, low-latency communication that draws less than 1 μA when resting and, more importantly, only 1mA while sensing. This enables customers to configure devices to sense frequently and still maintain a long-life. The nodes will be compatible with Wi-SUN technology, which is based on the IEEE 802.15.4g standard and backed by the Wi-SUN Alliance.

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The optimized low power design of EtaCore IP can reduce power consumption by 10X enabling sensor hubs to perform sensor fusion with local computing and provide real-time data from mobile and IoT enabled devices. ROHM’s portfolio of sensors that detect environmental and physical conditions and networks for transmitting and sharing sensor data are essential for achieving IoT and for the development and deployment of next-generation sensor networks.

 

Eta Compute and ROHM will be exhibiting at Sensors Expo 2018 in San Jose at The McEnery Convention Center on June 26-28. Both companies will demonstrate the Energy Harvesting Sensor Evaluation Board using Eta Compute’s low power MCU based on its proprietary DIALTM technology. In addition, Eta Compute will demonstrate ROHM’s WI-SUN module BP35C0, Pressure Sensor BM1383AGLV, Temperature Sensor BD1020HFV, and Optical Heat Rate Sensor BH1792GLC at its booth, number 934. ROHM will demonstrate its Color Sensor BH1749NUC at its booth, number 516.

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