In the context of modern urban living, smart cities harness technology to enhance services and address urban challenges. The primary objectives of smart cities are to improve residents' lives, optimize resource usage, and enhance operational efficiency. To actualize the vision of smart cities, HKT presents the LoRaWAN ultrasonic distance/level sensor, designed to cater to four smart city applications.
City residents seek convenience and safety, making these two factors pivotal to their living experiences. For instance, overflowing waste bins and difficulty finding available parking spaces are perennial annoyances. Moreover, manholes and sewers pose potential risks to residents. The demand for solutions that alleviate these issues is evident.
UDL-100, a LoRaWAN ultrasonic distance sensor, primarily targets waste bin and container fill-level detection. With its compact size and broad measurement range, the sensor is adaptable to various waste bins or containers for monitoring solid or liquid levels. Furthermore, the device is equipped with a 3-axis accelerometer to detect container cover status. Compliant with LoRaWAN® gateways and IoT Cloud solutions, users can remotely access real-time container status and fill-level information via a browser or mobile app. UDL-100 finds applications in waste management, water tank monitoring, manhole cover monitoring, and more.
Wide measuring range of 3-450 cm with a short blind zone;
Easy installation, suitable for various waste bins or containers;
Built-in 3-axis accelerometer sensor to monitor device tilt status;
IP67 waterproof and salt spray resistant enclosure for outdoor use and easy cleaning;
Ultra-wide-distance wireless transmission up to 15 km line of sight;
Equipped with NFC for one-touch configuration, supporting card emulation mode;
Compatible with standard LoRaWAN® gateways and network servers;
Compliant with HKT IoT Cloud or other third-party cloud platforms.