The Thies Radiation Brightness Sensor can be used for the regulation of shading devices, heating- and irrigation plants in automatically controlled green houses or as twilight sensor. There are two analogue outputs available: Output 1 offers different, selectable measuring ranges. Output 2 is used as fixed measuring range, particularly for the twilight range. The output signals can be delivered as voltage or current. The Radiation Brightness Sensor can also be connected to LoRaWAN networks over the LoRa Analog 4-20 mA Sensor. Can be integrated via IQnexus IoT Platform into Building Automation, Traffic Systems, Meteorology, Energy-Supply and SCADA.
- Analog Output (4-20 mA)
- Easy to configure
- IQnexus IoT platform for LoRaWAN and Sigfox
See it in action
See below real life use cases for the Radiation Brightness Sensor, please contact us if you want to find out how to install or implement your smart weather station solution using the IQnexus LoRaWAN ModBus Master Transceiver.