In addition to the solutions shown below, SMART IoT may include temperature, humidity, air pressure, sound, storage tank levels, GPS location, and barometric pressure.
The SoniCloud platform can connect live sensor data to your platform using our SMART API, so you can fully monitor and manage all your enterprise data using the platform of your choice. To discuss your needs or for more information call Sonicu at 317.468.2345 or email us at: email@example.com.
Depending on your equipment or application, a SMART IoT solution may utilize industry-standard analog and/or digital sensors, modbus serial connectivity, 4-20 mA low voltage, and for some applications dry-contact switches. All these can easily communicate with our MVP 440 digital meter. The MVP 440 transmits monitored data via 4G cellular, Wi-Fi or Ethernet, to the SoniCloud platform, enabling remote wireless monitoring capability to machines and equipment that are not natively web-enabled. Additionally, Integrated IoT can deliver live monitored data 24/7 straight into your existing BAS system - see example C.
This straightforward example of SoniCloud connectivity applies to any application that uses sensor(s) (digital or analog) to collect data. The sensor(s) transmits live monitored data to the MVP 440 meter, which sends it to the SoniCloud platform hosted on Amazon Web Services for maximum security. The MVP 440 transmits data to the cloud 24/7 without interruption or data loss. Users can access the data anytime and receive alerts on their phone, pc, or tablet device as needed.
This example of SoniCloud connectivity applies to any piece of equipment or machine that has RS485 serial output or dry-contacts to enable data connection. The modbus transmits live monitored data 24/7 to the MVP 440 meter, which sends it to the SoniCloud platform hosted on Amazon Web Services for maximum security. Users access the data anytime to identify trends, and receive alerts on their smart device if user-set temperature limits are exceeded.
This example shows a sensor transmitting temperature and humidity data 24/7 in a warehouse to the MVP 440 meter, which sends it to your system and the SoniCloud platform simultaneously. Users receive alerts on their smart device if user-set temperature or humidity limits are exceeded in the warehouse. You can also connect equipment to your BAS/BMS system using RS485, dry-contact, or custom protocols.
Sonicu’s MVP 440 digital Meter wirelessly connects machines and equipment to the SoniCloud platform by acquiring data from almost any local sensor, and transmitting it to the cloud. It supports virtually all commercially available sensors, providing a versatile platform to monitor practically anything while eliminating siloed, proprietary monitoring applications and IT overhead requirements.
Multiple MVP 440 meters can be meshed into a unified system via radio signals to collect data from multiple points and applications, and then send that information to the cloud by 4G cellular, Wi-Fi or Ethernet. Sonicu’s remote wireless monitoring technology operates either in conjunction with or independently of existing enterprise IT systems.
Includes four input ports. Each input port can be configured as one of the following:
The MVP 440 accepts Sonicu's broad array of digital sensors and can also be configured for 4-20mA analog sensors, modbus, or dry-contact. An RS485 port for modbus connection provides SMART IoT connectivity for monitoring virtually any device or variable. Modbus configuration options include; modbus master, modbus slave, and custom protocols.
Sonicu Digital Sensors include:
Onboard Li-ion rechargeable battery and SIM memory with DataSync feature provide a battery backup option and ensures data integrity in the event of a system interruption or power loss.
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