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Millivolt Sensor Node

The Millivolt Sensor Node enables a range of structural and geotechnical sensors to be integrated into a wireless remote condition monitoring system.

The Millivolt Sensor Node is used to monitor a range of resistive bridge sensors, including strain gauges and load cells.  It uses the integrated radio transceiver to report its measurements through Senceive’s wireless communications network to a gateway.

Examples of the sensors supported:

  • Pressure sensors (differential, absolute)
  • Foil strain gauges
  • Torque sensors
  • Load cells
  • Load pins
  • Moisture sensing
  • Conductivity
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Millivolt Sensor Node
Millivolt Sensor Node
Millivolt Sensor Node
Millivolt Sensor Node
Millivolt Sensor Node
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Features
  • Waterproof, robust connectors for simple installation
  • Regulated sensor stimulus
  • 24-bit sensing performance
  • 12-15 year battery life
  • Versatile mounting options
  • Waterproof to IP66 / IP67 / IP68
Specifications

FlatMesh Millivolt Sensor Node - FM3N-MV5

GeoWAN Millivolt Sensor Node - LR3N-MV5

 

FlatMesh Physical Specifications

Parameter Value
Dimensions excluding antenna and vent 90 x 90 x 60 mm
Dimensions excluding antenna 90 x 96 x 60 mm
Total Mass 0.57kg
Housing Material Die cast aluminium
Protection
(BS EN 60529: 1992 + A2: 2013)
IP66 / IP67
IP68 at 1m for 24 hours
Mounting Options Clearance holes for M4 socket head screw in bottom
M4 blind holes in side
Operating Temperature Range -40°C to +85°C

Millivolt Sensor Interface

Parameter Value
Connector M12 Female
5-pole A-coded
Screw-in Type
Range ±0.625V (±125mV/V)
Resolution 74.5nV (14.9nV/V)
Repeatability ±2.5μV (±0.5μV/V)
Stimulus 5.0 ± 0.1V
150mA max

 

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For more information on our Millivolt Sensor Node, call +44 (0) 207 731 8269 or email [email protected]