A complete set that contains all the components and tools required for assessing and testing wireless sensor technology is known as a wireless sensor evaluation kit. These kits are made to make the process of building, testing, and prototyping wireless sensor systems for different purposes simpler.
Depending on the particular manufacturer and use, a wireless sensor evaluation kit’s precise features and components can change. These are tiny instruments that have sensors to detect a range of variables, including temperature, humidity, pressure, motion, and environmental factors.
They typically have wireless communication capability to send information to a receiver or central hub. Researchers, engineers, and developers who want to evaluate the efficiency, range, power consumption, and dependability of wireless sensor systems might benefit greatly from wireless sensor evaluation kits
Before implementing their sensor solutions in practical applications, users can use these kits to verify the general operation of their sensor solutions, experiment with various sensor configurations, and investigate wireless communication protocols.
This part serves as a central hub for data collection from several wireless sensor nodes. To connect to other devices or a computer, it can include built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or Zigbee networking capabilities.
These kits frequently include libraries and software development tools that make it easier to create and set up the wireless sensor nodes and the gateway. As a result, developers can modify the sensor system’s behavior and capabilities to suit their own needs.
The Global Wireless sensor evaluation kits market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
e-peas, the world leader in ultra-low power solutions for energy harvesting, and Energous Corporation, a leading developer of RF-based charging for wireless power networks, today announced the release of a new Wireless Energy Harvesting Evaluation Kit that includes two e-peas evaluation boards and Energous’ FCC-certified 1W WattUp PowerBridge.
At SIDO Lyon, the largest European showroom devoted to IoT, AI, XR, and robotics technologies, Energous will show off the new assessment kit and conduct training sessions.
In order to receive sensor data through Bluetooth LE, this Wirelessly Powered Sensor Evaluation Kit combines an Energous 1W WattUp PowerBridge with two Atmosic-based battery-free sensors.
The Energous PowerBridge’s at-distance wireless power is supported by the sensors for use in a variety of IoT applications, including industrial sensors, retail electronic displays, smart buildings, and more.
The 1W WattUp PowerBridge combines a highly integrated SoC, a high-efficiency power amplifier, and Bluetooth LE 5 for communication and control in order to supply up to 1 watt of wireless power.
The battery-free sensors are constructed around Atmosic’s ATM3202 extremely low power Bluetooth LE 5 SoC, which has dedicated antenna input and on-chip RF Energy Harvesting. A 3-axis accelerometer, a temperature sensor, and a humidity sensor all capture data that is sent to the mobile application.
The new Wireless Energy Harvesting Evaluation Kit from Energous includes the company’s 1W WattUp PowerBridge transmitter and was designed for energy harvesting applications for smart buildings/smart homes, industrial IoT, and medical. This over-the-air solution enables device manufacturers to implement wireless power and energy harvesting across a range of connected devices.
The SDAWIR evaluation kit illustrates how to transmit humidity, temperature, and flow sensor measurement data to the kit’s 6LoWPAN-WiFi hub using the 6LoWPAN ZWIR4512 low power wireless module.
A connected device can display and graph the observed data in real time using the hub’s WiFi functionality. The end user’s WiFi hub can be connected to the kit’s hub, enabling any network device to view and graph the data in a web browser.
The hub for the kit also enables sending measurements to Amazon Web Services with all necessary permissions and data configuration for global viewing. Only an Amazon Web Service account is required from the user.
The sensors, an HS3001 humidity and temperature sensor and an FS2012 flow sensor, are installed in a 5cm clear plastic cube that also houses a ZWIR4512 wireless module for hub communication. A separate AC/DC wall mount converter powers both the WiFi hub and the sensor cube.
The WiFi hub function of the hub is provided by a Raspberry PI Zero W, which is interfaced to the ZWIR4512 wireless module. Raspbian LXDE Lightweight Desktop Environment is used by the hub. For the Raspberry Pi, Raspbian is an operating system that is based on Debian. The hub micro SD card has been loaded completely and is prepared for use.
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