IoT Sensor

What is IoT sensor?

What is IoT sensor? Basically, it is a sensor that measures AC and DC current, stores data, and delivers the results of the analysis. Sensors play a very important role in smart environments implemented through IoT. Most of the devices we use contain sensors. IoT sensors are actively introduced to all industries such as everyday devices, manufacturing, healthcare, and energy industries. In particular, IoT sensors actively utilize smart sensor data such as commercial, industrial, and home along with IoT energy meters.

IoT Sensors

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AC Split Current Sensor

Without dismantling the AC MCCB branch circuit on the AC distribution board, This product is designed to be installed quickly even without a power outage. When the AC current sensor is installed and commanded from the interface, the AC current sensor’s built-in LED identifies the completed installation signal with LED light, and this innovative product meets the energy meter’s KS C IEC62053-21 Class 1.0S. Rated current (5A-600A) can be selected after choosing the internal diameter of IACTXXI model by checking the external diameter of the cable.
Rated current 400A-600A can be used by selecting various internal diameter for accommodate small space and high current measurement and alternative current measurement. * To learn more click button below *
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DC split current sensor

This product is designed to allow rapid installation without dismantling the ESS and DC distribution boards DC MCCB.  When the DC current sensor is installed and commanded from the interface, the DC current sensor’s built-in LED identifies the installed signal with LED light. CTid is a unique technology that make the energy meter meets IEC62053-41 1.0S. The rated current 5A-800A, IDCSXXI model, can be chosen and used by checking the cable external diameter. * To learn more click button below *

Environmental Sensors

This device detects environmental element information such as pressure, temperature, acceleration, etc. and converts it into an electrical signal. * To learn more click button below *