Embedded Data Systems is pleased to offer the MeshNet™ Wireless Sensor System. The intuitive design of the MeshNet™ System makes setting up a robust wireless sensor network fast and virtually pain free. The system uses the universally accepted 2.4 GHz radio frequency and has dedicated sensors for monitoring temperature, humidity, visible light, barometric pressure, and 4-20mA / 0-10V analog output devices with additional devices in development.
Each sensor (node) has both the ability to transmit and receive data packets. This capability is key to ensuring the reliability of the network; as it allows the sensor to confirm the receipt of data, and enables additional packets to be transmitted if confirmation is not received.
Repeaters can be added to wireless networks to create a mesh network topology. In this topology, the repeaters receive and retransmit data packets which in essence expands the wireless network and provides additional routes for the sensor data to travel to reach the MeshNet Controller.
All MeshNet devices report the strength of the transmissions they receive, allowing areas which may be susceptible to interference to be identified and addressed proactively (e.g. adding repeaters).
1. Download and run the EDS Scanner App.
2. Select the MeshNet Controller in the EDS Scanner.
3. Navigate to System Configuration>Devices.
4. Connect the batteries to the sensor.
5. Select the sensors when they appear in "Unlinked" Devices.
All MeshNet controllers have the capability to deliver sensor data across the world.
Each controller is equipped with an Ethernet port capable of being polled and of delivering data via HTTP Post to anywhere with internet connectivity.
The 2.4 GHz frequency is utilized in the MeshNet product line due to its widespread acceptance.
Meets FCC, Industry Canada and CE marking standards.
User selectable parameters (ex. transmission rate, sensor read rate, alarm thresholds) allow battery life to be maximized per the application requirements.
Switching relays only require power for changing the state.
Automatic transmission on discrete state change minimizes redundant transmissions.
Generation 2 is so low power it continues to operate without a battery for up to 30 seconds.
Sensors are programmable and will respond to alarm parameters independently.
Trigger a relay, LED, or notification immediately.
Enabling the HTTP POST "Buffer Mode" provides immediate notification.