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SenseCAP S2102 - LoRaWAN Light Intensity Sensor

SenseCAP LoRaWAN S2102 light intensity sensor satisfies industrial wireless long-distance data acquisition with a wide measuring range from 0 to 160000 Lux, with an accuracy of ±5% and resolution of 1 Lux. It enables low maintenance cost for its robustness, long battery usage, and built-in Bluetooth for OTA configuration and remote device management.

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PRODUCT DETAILS

Feature

  • Wide measuring range: measure light range from 0 to 160000 Lux, with an accuracy of ±5% and resolution of 1 Lux 

  • Industrial design: -40 ~ 85℃ operating temperature and IP66 rating, suitable for indoor, outdoor, and harsh environments such as high UV exposure, heavy rain, dusty conditions, etc. 

  • Bluetooth configuration in 1 min: scan the QR code on the device and finish the configuration work in just a few clicks

  • Easily get data, no clunky software interfaces: smooth data flow to cloud servers or other IoT data management platforms

  • Visualize data and monitor with SenseCAP Mate APP: you can set threshold value (just focus on the data you need to take action for), time intervals (improve the battery efficiency), and set alarms if data is out of the safe range.

  • LoRaWAN wireless transmission: ultra-low power consumption to support Max.10 years of battery life and ultra-wide-transmission range of 2km in urban scenes and 10km in line of sight scenes

  • Supported by Worldwide LoRaWAN Networks: can be used with different types of LoRaWAN gateways and compatible with multiple LoRaWAN Network Servers (Helium, TTN) to enable our sensor quickly join your current LoRaWAN networks 

     

Description

Light is an important element in the photosynthesis process, and indoor light intensity is also affecting our life quality. SenseCAP wireless S2102 sensor can help you know the exact light intensity and provide optimal light conditions.

Scan-and-Play Simplicity, Easy Configuration via Bluetooth in Just 1 min 

Built-in Bluetooth avoids time-consuming configuration works to bring no code experience to individuals with less or no technical background to quickly get started with light intensity detection.

Minimal Maintenance Cost: power-conscious battery, IP66 rugged enclosure, and Bluetooth for remote data acquisition and device management

This sensor can cover a transmission range of 2km in urban scenes and 10km in line of sight scenes while keeping the transmission process low power to support years of usage. Remote monitoring can also benefit large-scale deployment, it gives you the biggest efficiency by saving time and manual labor needed to deploy and manage devices. Together with a replaceable battery that supports Max.10 years of usage and an industrial IP66 enclosure, it meets the need for LoRaWAN-based IoT Solutions in the real world. 

Powerful SenseCAP Mate App: data visualization and remote device management

Compatibility with multiple networks and platforms: easily integrates with existing LoRaWAN networks

We have an article in Learn to introduce the separate network architecture when you choose different LoRaWAN network servers and platforms. 

How to Select Gateway:

LoRaWAN network coverage is required when using sensors, there are two LoRaWAN network options.

Option 1: Sensors work in areas covered by Helium Network(Check on Helium Explore Map).

Option 2: Sensors work in a standard LoRaWAN network, like The Things Network, Loriot, Chirpstack, etc.

SenseCAP Performance Guarantee: robustness and stability

Tips: The battery is a standard Li-SOCl2 battery (type: ER34615) that can purchase from Amazon and other platforms.

Comparison between SenseCAP S210x and Traditional LoRaWAN Sensors

Multi-Scenario Application

  • Poultry farm and Livestock Shed

Light simulation influences the biological processes of living organisms. In poultry, light intensity and duration are two important factors that can impact poultry production. A moderate amount of suitable light intensity can benefit the growth of poultry thus increasing the yields.

  • Greenhouse

Photosynthesis influences plants' nutrition accumulation that is related to the yields of vegetables. As a necessary condition for photosynthesis, light is a key factor to influence vegetable production. Staying light intensity optimal can minimize the potential production problems caused by light intensity.

  • Hydroponics

Hydroponics is a new soilless cultivation method for plants. The light environment is one of the indispensable physical environment factors for plant growth and development. Only when light intensity is above the light compensation point can plants grow normally. User light intensity sensor to better manage the light intensity and duration to help plants grow well.

  • Building and Street Lighting

Light intensity affects controlling automatic lights in smart building solutions and smart streetlamps control systems. Using a light sensor to trigger a bulb when it is dark saves the slight hassle of turning on the lights and saves power in the day when the sun is bright enough.

Specifications

Light Intensity

Range

0 to 160000 Lux

Accuracy

±5%

Resolution

1 Lux

General Parameters

Product Model

S2102

Microcontroller

Wio-E5

Support Protocol

LoRaWAN v1.0.3 Class A

Built-in Bluetooth

App Tool to change parameters

LoRaWAN Channel Plan

IN865/EU868/US915/AU915/ AS923/KR920/RU864 *

Max Transmitted Power

19dBm

Sensitivity

[email protected] BW=125KHz

Communication Distance

2 to10km (depending on gateway antenna and environments)

IP Rating

IP66

Operating Temperature

-40 to +85 °C

Operating Humidity

0 to 100 %RH (non-condensing)

Device Weight

280g

Certification

CE / FCC / RoHS(Testing certification in progress)

Battery (Contained in equipment)

Battery Life

Up to 10 years**

Battery Capacity

19Ah (non-rechargeable)

Battery Type

Standard D-size SOCl2 Battery

* Every single device can support 7 frequency plans.

**  This wireless LoRaWAN Temperature and Humidity sensor support up to 10 years of battery life, but the actual battery life varies from data upload interval, data payload, and distance between gateways. If you want to optimize the battery life, you can choose to send a smaller amount of data, send messages less frequently, and keep spreading factor as low as possible. 

 

LoRaWAN Frequency

Note: No Frequency limitation. Sensor switched to other frequency plans at any time.

S210x Devices are manufactured to support the universal frequency plan from 863MHz ~928MHz in one SKU. That is to say, every single device can support the frequency plans below:

Frequency Plan

Common Name

Sub-band

EU863-870

EU868

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US902-928

US915

Sub-band from 1 to 8

AU915-928

AU915

Sub-band from 1 to 8

AS923

AS923

AS923_1, AS923_2, AS923_3, AS923_4

IN865-867

IN865

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KR920-923

KR920

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RU864-867

RU864

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The frequency plan setting is none by default and it will not transmit RF signal until it has been set by App via Bluetooth at the first power-up. And it can be changed to other frequency plans at any time.

Dimension

Partlist

About SenseCAP

Among the first launch of the Seeed industrial IoT (IIoT) product series, SenseCAP is focusing on wireless environmental sensing applications: smart agriculture, precision farming, and smart city, to name a few. It consists of hardware products (sensors, data loggers & gateways, etc.), software services (SenseCAP portal, mobile App, open dashboard), and an API for device & data management.

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 9031499090
UPC
COO CHINA
FCC 1
CE 1

LEARN AND DOCUMENTS

Learn

SenseCAP devices have been serving various vertical industries such as cold storage warehouse monitoring, smart poultry farming, autonomous greenhouse, smart durian planting, and educational projects etc. Check whether these use case can satisfy your application needs and give you some inspiration.
This blog will show you how the SenseCAP S210x series is its compatibility with multiple Long Range Application network servers.
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