IOTI Sensor's Capabilities and Specifications

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IOTI Sensors

Key Capabilities of IOTI Sensors

1

BLUETOOTH

All our sensors are equipped with the following:

  • 300m Bluetooth range
  • 3km Bluetooth, long range
  • 20km LoRa

2

FEATURES

Remote sensor configuration

3

BATTERY LIFE

  • Remote battery life monitoring and alerts
  • Battery life lasts up to 7 years depending on
    model and usage

4

NFC ENABLED

NFC enabled tags for easy pairing

Specifications of IOTI Sensors

Read more about each sensor below and how the sensor is used in various industries.

IOTI PIR Motion Detector Quick Link for details

PIR Wireless Motion Detector

Real-time Security System with live alerts. BLE/LoRa wide coverage up to 20km. Detection distance 7 meters and a 120-degree angle.

 

MODES:

  • Stay, Away and Hourly mode.

APPLICATION:

  • Needs a Gateway to communicate remotely.
  • Connect to mobile devices for settings and OTA.

How the PIR Wireless Motion Detector is used

Residential

PIR Motion detectors can be used for home security systems, integrated with alarm systems to notify security companies and residents of suspicious movements.

Commercial buildings

PIR Motion detectors can be used in offices, warehouses, and retail stores to optimise security by triggering alarms, activating CCTV cameras, and controlling access to restricted areas.

Industrial facilities

PIR Motion detectors can be integrated into applications used in factories and manufacturing plants to monitor movement in specific areas, usually to ensure worker safety and control access to high-risk areas.

Healthcare facilities

PIR Motion detectors are commonly used in hospitals and clinics to monitor the movement of patients, staff, and visitors in key areas to ensure patient safety.

IOTI Wireless Magnetic Switch Quick Link for details

Wireless Magnetic Switch

Real-time Security System with live alerts. BLE/LoRa wide coverage. Open and close, vibration and tilt angle

 

MODES:

  • Stay, Away and Hourly mode.

APPLICATION:

  • Needs a Gateway to communicate remotely.
  • Connect to mobile devices for settings and OTA.
  • Customizable notifications - selected hours, vibration, tilt angle, or when activated.

How the Wireless Magnetic Switch is used

Security systems

Wireless magnetic switches are mainly used to detect unauthorised access and can trigger an alarm when doors and/or windows are opened or closed.

Industrial automation

Wireless magnetic switches are used in industrial automation to monitor the position and timing of moving parts.

Home automation

Wireless magnetic switches are used primarily in smart homes and allow homeowners to monitor the opening and closing of doors, windows, and other components. The owners of the house can monitor their security system remotely.

Automotive

Wireless magnetic switches are targeted at vehicles here, allowing manufacturers to monitor keyless entry to vehicles and detect the opening/closing of the vehicle’s doors, trunk, and hood.

Health and Safety 

Wireless magnetic switches can be used to monitor security doors such as emergency exits.

IOTI TOF Time Of Flight Sensor Quick Link for details

TOF – Time Of Flight Sensor

The IOTI TOF sensor is a laser-based time-of-flight device able to measure obstructions and distances of up to 1.5m.

 

MODES:

  • Proximity of 5mm to 1.5m.
  • Long-range products are also available, up to 100m.

APPLICATION:

  • Door open/closed.
  • Ground vibration of digging machines.
  • Entrance and exit count door sensors.
  • Measurement of doors/windows partially closed.

How the TOF Sensor is used

Industrial automation

Time-of-flight sensors can measure the distance to a specific object and detect objects, which is why these sensors are helpful when working with conveyor belts.

Security and surveillance

Time-of-flight sensors strengthen the security system and can be used to count the number of people in an area, detect when someone enters, and monitor the designated area.

Retail and e-Commerce

Time-of-flight sensors can be used in retail and e-commerce industries to improve the process for customers through personalization and interactive displays. They can also provide insights into foot traffic and help with people counting and customer tracking.

Healthcare

Time-of-flight sensors can assist with when the patient is moving.

Smart Home and IOT

Time-of-flight sensors can improve the smart home system by detecting movement.

IOTI Temperature Sensor Quick Link for details

Temperature Sensor

This sensor measures temperature. A probe model, IR model, or contract model is available as well as thermocouples, TRDs (resistance detectors), thermistors, and semiconductor-based integrated circuits.

 

MODES:

  • Measure and transmit at a set frequency.
  • Trigger when temperature reaches a pre-set value.

APPLICATION:

  • Measure and log fridge temperatures.
  • Measure and report engine temperatures safeguarding against overheating.

How the Temperature Sensor is used

HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning)

Temperature sensors are used in HVAC systems to control indoor temperature and provide relief and energy efficiency.

Manufacturing

Temperature sensors are used in the manufacturing process to monitor and control the temperature of furnaces, smelters and other heating or cooling processes in industry.

Food and Beverage

Temperature sensors are used in the food and beverage industry to maintain proper storage, processing, and transportation temperatures to ensure food safety and quality.

Pharmaceutical and Healthcare

Temperature sensors are used in pharmaceutical manufacturing and in laboratories and healthcare facilities to monitor and control temperature-sensitive environments. They are also useful in the storage of medications and medical specimens.

Energy and Power

Temperature sensors are used in power generation facilities, including coal and gas-fired power plants, as well as renewable energy facilities, to monitor and control the temperature in boilers, turbines, and other critical equipment.

Agriculture

Temperature sensors are used in agriculture to monitor soil temperature and in animal husbandry to optimise crop growth and animal welfare and ensure efficient use of resources.

Research and Development

Temperature sensors can be used in scientific research, laboratories, and experimental setups to accurately measure and control the temperature for numerous experimental studies.

IOTI Vibration Sensor Quick Link for details

Vibration Sensor

Alerts are sent upon vibration or movement. Pre-set sensor sensitivity allows for a wide range of applications.

 

MODES:

  • Vibration – from micrometers to a few hundred millimeters.

APPLICATION:

  • Engine run-time.
  • Ground vibration of digging machines.
  • Asset or object movement monitoring.

How the Vibration Sensor is used

Manufacturing and Industrial

Vibration sensors are used to detect abnormal motion in rotating equipment such as machines, pumps, conveyors, and turbines, and to detect equipment failures and ensure a safe working environment.

Automotive

These sensors pick up shocks and vibrations in vehicles and ensure proper handling. They can therefore be used for various systems such as stability control, suspension, and tire monitoring systems.

Energy and Power

Vibration sensors are used in nuclear, thermal, and renewable energy systems to detect vibrations in various systems such as turbines, generators, and transformers that can cause misalignment or failures.

Oil and Gas

Vibration sensors help monitor the vibration of drilling rigs, pumps, and compressors to avoid costly downtime and improve the performance of the equipment in use.

Mining

Vibration sensors ensure safety by detecting abnormal vibrations and ensuring the reliability of equipment such as conveyors, crushers, and excavators.

Structural monitoring

Vibration sensors are mainly used in the construction and monitoring of structures such as bridges, buildings, and dams. These sensors determine the value of structures, defects, and potential damage, ensuring safety.

Research and Development

Vibration sensors are mainly used by researchers to understand the responses or behaviour of mechanical systems in various situations.

IOTI Tilt Sensor Quick Link for details

Tilt Sensor

Sensors are triggered by certain tilt angles, which may be a certain degree or a full rotation. Sensitivity can be pre-set, which allows for a wide range of applications.

 

MODES:

  • Tilt on all axis – up to 360 degrees.
  • 3 Axis support.

APPLICATION:

  • Tilt angle of object, like a vehicle tipping a load.
  • Cut electrical lines.
  • Movement of objects.

How the Tilt Sensor is used

Construction and Civil Engineering

Tilt sensors indicate any unwanted inclination or unstable structures ranging from buildings to bridges, dams, and towers.

Marine and Offshore

Tilt sensors detect the inclination and stability of ships, boats, and offshore platforms, making them suitable for use in adverse weather conditions.

Mining and heavy machinery

Tilt sensors are mainly used in mining and machinery to detect the angle of excavators, cranes and bulldozers and prevent accidents.

 Geotechnical monitoring

Tilt sensors help measuring slope stability, ground movement, and landslide-prone areas.

Energy and Power

Tilt sensors monitor the tilt of solar panels, wind turbines and other energy processes.

 Industrial equipment

Tilt sensors prevent accidents during tilting operations in industry and ensure safe operation.

IOTI Flow Sensor Quick Link for details

Flow Sensor

This sensor measures flow using various sensor interfaces. A flow-type meter from ultrasonic to mechanical supporting I2C can be connected to the unit.

 

MODES:

  • Continuously measure flow and report at a pre-set frequency.
  • Triggers when flow reaches a pre-defined level.

APPLICATION:

  • Measure water flow.
  • Measure flow in pesticide spray systems for optimal planning.

How the Flow Sensor is used

Oil and Gas

Flow sensors measure the flow of crude oil and natural gas in pipelines, refineries, and wells, helping to optimize processes and ensure effective transfer measurements.

Water and Wastewater

Flow sensors are used in water and wastewater treatment plants and distribution networks to measure water flow in pipes, channels, and open flumes. They help monitor water consumption, detect leaks, and ensure efficient operation of treatment processes.

Chemical and Petrochemical

Flow sensors are used in the chemical and petrochemical industries, as well as for gasses in production processes, to control dosing, monitor process efficiency and ensure accurate mixing of ingredients.

Food and beverage

Flow sensors are used in the food and beverage industry to measure the flow of liquids such as milk, juices, beer and soft drinks during the production and packaging process. They help ensure consistent product quality, control filling operations, and monitor consumption.

Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology

Flow sensors are used in pharmaceutical and biotechnology manufacturing processes to measure the flow of liquids, gasses and fluids during drug formulation, fermentation, and purification processes. They help in process optimization, quality control and batch monitoring.

HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning)

Flow sensors are used in HVAC systems to measure air or fluid flow in ducts, pipes, and ventilation systems, helping to regulate airflow, monitor system performance and optimize energy efficiency.

Automotive

Flow sensors are widely used in the automotive industry to measure the flow of fuel, air and exhaust gasses in engines and exhaust systems. They help optimize engine performance, control emissions, and ensure accurate fuel consumption measurements.

Environmental monitoring

Flow sensors are used in environmental monitoring systems to measure water flow in rivers, streams, and irrigation canals. They help in water resource management, flood control and environmental research.

Research and Development

Flow sensors are used in research and development in various industries, such as fluid dynamics studies, laboratory experiments, and prototype testing. They provide accurate flow measurements for scientific analysis and process optimisation.

IOTI Environment/Humidity Sensor Quick Link for details

Environment / Humidity Sensor

This sensor measures environmental pressure, humidity, and temperature.

 

MODES:

  • Measure and transmit at a pre-set frequency.
  • Transmits when humidity/temperature reaches a pre-set value.

APPLICATION:

  • Switch on a dehumidifier when the humidity is too high.
  • Log data for planning.

How the Humidity Sensor is used

Food and Beverage

Environmental/humidity sensors are used in the food and beverage industry to monitor the temperature and humidity of food to prevent spoilage.

Pharmaceutical

Environmental/humidity sensors are used in the pharmaceutical industry to monitor the storage and transportation of pharmaceutical products. These sensors ensure that products are at the correct temperature and humidity to maintain their effectiveness.

HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning)

Environmental/humidity sensors in the HVAC industry are useful for monitoring and controlling indoor air quality. Humidity metres help regulate building heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.

IOTI Pressure Sensor Quick Link for details

Pressure Sensor

This sensor is used to measure pressure inside a product, for example, a pipeline or natural gas system.

 

MODES:

  • Continuously measure and record pressure.
  • Triggers an alarm when pressure reaches a pre-defined level.

APPLICATION:

  • Measure pressure in a closed system, or gas pressure inside a natural gas bladder for product optimization or for safety reasons.

How the Pressure Sensor is used

Manufacturing

Pressure sensors are used in manufacturing processes to monitor and control pressure in equipment such as boilers, compressors, and hydraulic systems. They ensure the efficient operation of industrial machinery.

Oil and Gas

Pressure sensors play a critical role in the oil and gas sector to monitor and control pressure in pipelines, refineries, and storage tanks. They help maintain safe and optimal operating conditions.

Mining

Pressure sensors are used in the mining industry to monitor pressure in underground tunnels, drilling equipment and production processes. They ensure the safety and efficiency of mining operations.

HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning)

Pressure sensors are used in HVAC systems to monitor and regulate air pressure in ducts, pipes, and ventilation systems to maintain desired environmental conditions.

Medical

Pressure sensors are essential in medical devices such as blood pressure monitors, anesthesia machines, and ventilators because they provide accurate measurements and ensure patient safety.

Food and Beverage

Pressure sensors are used in the food and beverage industry to monitor and control pressure in tanks, pipes, and packaging equipment assisting with maintaining quality and safety standards.

Aerospace and Defense

Pressure sensors are critical components in aircraft and defense systems, monitoring parameters such as airspeed, altitude, and cabin pressure. They contribute to flight safety and performance.

IOTI Light Intensity Sensor Quick Link for details

Light Intensity Sensor

This sensor measures light intensity, for example, InfraRed light or UV for optimal growth of plants, and security applications.

 

MODES:

  • Continuous recording mode or trigger mode when light reaches a pre-set level.

APPLICATION:

  • Greenhouse, or general UV index measurements.

How the Light Sensor is used

Agriculture

Light intensity sensors are used in agriculture to measure the amount of light available for crop growth, helping farmers optimize the use of artificial lighting in greenhouses or controlled environments to enhance crop growth and maximize yield.

Environmental monitoring

Light intensity sensors play a critical role in environmental monitoring, including measuring the intensity of sunlight and natural light in outdoor environments. This data is important for studying climate change, assessing the potential of solar energy, and understanding the impact of light on ecosystems.

Lighting

Light intensity sensors are used in the lighting industry to control and adjust the brightness of artificial lighting systems which means these sensors can automatically adjust the intensity of lights based on the ambient light levels, leading to energy efficiency and cost savings.

Building automation

Light intensity sensors are integrated into building automation systems to optimize energy consumption, helping to regulate the lighting levels in different areas of a building based on the availability of natural light, occupancy, and time of the day.

Security systems

Light intensity sensors are used in security systems to detect changes in light levels that may indicate the presence of intruders and are often integrated with surveillance cameras or alarm systems to enhance security measures.

Research and Development

Light intensity sensors are used in research and development across various scientific disciplines, including physics, chemistry, biology, and optics. These sensors are used by researchers to measure and analyze light intensity in laboratory experiments and field studies.

IOTI Gas Sensor Quick Link for details

Gas Sensor

This sensor monitors the presence of various gasses and possible fires. Get an alarm when the gas and gas levels are harmful to humans.

MODES:

  • Measure the level of gas continuously, and send triggers when the gas is detected, or a pre-determined level is reached.

APPLICATION:

  • Various gas sensors can be added, these include metal oxide-based, optical, electrochemical, capacitance-based, calorimetric, and acoustic-based gas sensors.
  • Indoor air quality sensors can also be added.

How the Gas Sensor is used

Mining

Gas sensors are critical in mining operations to detect the presence of potentially harmful gasses, such as methane (CH4), carbon monoxide (CO), and hydrogen sulfide (H2S), which can endanger the health and safety of miners.

Oil and Gas

Gas sensors are used in the oil and gas industry for monitoring and controlling the presence of flammable gasses and vapors. They help prevent potential explosions or fires and ensures safe working conditions.

Petrochemicals

Gas sensors play a critical role in petrochemical plants to detect hazardous gasses, such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and toxic gasses, which are byproducts of various chemical processes. Early detection helps prevent accidents and protects the health of workers.

Manufacturing and Industrial processes

Gas sensors are used in manufacturing facilities and industrial processes to monitor the release of gasses, such as toxic fumes, combustible gasses, and emissions, ensuring compliance with environmental regulations and maintaining the safety of workers.

Environmental monitoring

Gas sensors are used for environmental monitoring in South Africa, particularly in areas prone to air pollution as they help measure and detect gasses like nitrogen dioxide (NO2), ozone (O3), sulfur dioxide (SO2), and particulate matter (PM) to assess air quality and support pollution control efforts.

Agriculture

Gas sensors are used in agriculture to monitor and control the levels of gasses like carbon dioxide (CO2) and ammonia (NH3) in livestock housing and greenhouse environments, maintaining optimal conditions for the health and well-being of animals and plants.

Laboratories and Research institutions

Gas sensors are used in laboratories and research institutions for various purposes, including gas analysis, quality control, and safety monitoring as they assist in ensuring a controlled and safe environment during experiments or chemical analysis.

HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning)

Gas sensors are used in HVAC systems to monitor and detect the presence of gasses, such as carbon monoxide (CO), which can indicate potential leaks or malfunctioning equipment, ensuring indoor air quality.

IOTI Soil Moisture Sensor Quick Link for details

Soil Moisture Sensor

This sensor measures the amount of moisture in soil to optimize the watering processes, and to understand yield of product vs water.

 

MODES:

  • Measure and report ground moisture as set.

APPLICATION:

  • Measure ground moisture for optimal irrigation.
  • Detect water leaks.

How the Soil Moisture Sensor is used

Agriculture

Soil moisture sensors are used in agriculture to optimize irrigation practices. These sensors are used to monitor and manage soil moisture levels, ensuring that crops receive sufficient water without over-irrigation which helps in conserving water resources, improving crop yield, and reducing water-related expenses.

Horticulture and Landscaping

Soil moisture sensors are used in horticulture and landscaping to maintain optimal soil conditions for plants and gardens. By measuring the moisture content, the correct watering schedule can be determined and overwatering or underwatering prevented. This promotes healthy plant growth.

Environmental monitoring

Soil moisture sensors play a critical role in environmental monitoring programs as they are used in studies of soil moisture patterns, drought monitoring, and assessing the health of ecosystems. These sensors help researchers and conservationists understand availability of water in different regions in order to make informed decisions regarding land management and conservation strategies.

Sports turf management

Soil moisture sensors are used in the sports industry for maintaining sports fields, golf courses, and other recreational areas. These sensors enable groundskeepers to monitor and manage soil moisture levels, ensuring that the playing surface remains in optimal condition while minimizing water usage.

Water resource management

Soil moisture sensors are used by water resource management organizations to gather data on soil moisture content, assisting in water resource planning and management. When monitoring soil moisture levels across different regions, authorities can make informed decisions regarding water allocation, drought management, and irrigation regulations.

Research and Education

Soil moisture sensors are used by research institutions and within educational settings for the studying of soil properties, conducting experiments, and educating students about the importance of soil moisture in plant growth and environmental sustainability.

IOTI Acoustic and Noise Sensor Quick Link for details

Acoustic and Noise (MIC) Sensor

This sensor measures and reports noise levels in decibels.

 

MODES:

  • Continuously monitor and report noise levels as set.
  • "Listen" for pre-recorded sounds and send alerts.

APPLICATION:

  • For safety applications in factories or noisy areas, listen to objects and sound waves to determine if a specific sound is present.

How the Acoustic and Noise Sensor is used

Environmental monitoring

Acoustic and noise (mic) sensors are used in environmental monitoring to measure and assess noise pollution levels in urban areas, industrial zones, and construction sites. They help identify sources of excessive noise and monitor compliance with noise regulations.

Manufacturing and Industrial

Acoustic and noise (mic) sensors are used in manufacturing plants and industrial settings to monitor and control noise levels to ensure the safety and well-being of workers. They identify high-noise areas and facilitate the implementation of noise reduction measures.

Transportation and Infrastructure

Acoustic and noise (mic) sensors are used in transportation systems such as airports, railway stations, and highways to monitor noise levels generated by vehicles, aircraft, and trains. This data is used in assessing the impact of transportation infrastructure on the surrounding environment and implementing noise mitigation strategies.

Building and Construction

Acoustic and noise (mic) sensors are used in the construction industry in South Africa to measure noise levels during construction activities which helps to ensure compliance with noise regulations, minimizes disturbances to residents nearby and mitigates the impact of construction noise on the environment.

Research and Development

Acoustic and noise (mic) sensors are used by academic institutions, research organizations and engineering companies in South Africa for various research purposes such as studying noise patterns, for evaluating noise control strategies and to evaluate the acoustic properties of materials and structures.

Healthcare

Acoustic and noise (mic) sensors are used in healthcare settings, such as hospitals and clinics, to monitor and control noise levels for the well-being and comfort of patients as they help identify sources of excessive noise and enable the implementation of noise reduction measures in critical areas such as operating rooms and the rooms of patients.

IOTI Water Quality Sensor Quick Link for details

Water Quality Sensor

This sensor monitors water quality and chemicals on a continuous basis.

 

MODES:

  • Measures water parameters such as conductivity, dissolved oxygen, pH, COD, residual chlorine, and turbidity through a variety of methods such as water chemical, physical and biological reactions, and provides data support.

APPLICATION:

  • Determine if drinking water is clean, measure pool water, water in reservoirs, and measure cleaned wastewater for reuse.

How the Water Quality Sensor is used

Municipal water treatment 

Water quality sensors are used in municipal water treatment plants to ensure the quality and safety of drinking water that is supplied to the public. These sensors help monitor parameters such as pH, turbidity, dissolved oxygen, conductivity, and chlorine levels.

Agriculture

The agricultural sector relies on water for irrigation and livestock farming. Water quality sensors are used in agriculture to assess parameters such as pH, salinity, temperature, and nutrient levels in irrigation water as this enables farmers to optimize water usage and ensure the health of crops and livestock.

Aquaculture

The aquaculture industry, including fish farms and shellfish cultivation, depends on maintaining optimal water conditions for the growth and health of aquatic organisms. Water quality sensors are used to monitor parameters such as dissolved oxygen, pH, temperature, and ammonia levels, helping to prevent water pollution and maintain the well-being of the aquaculture system.

Mining

The mining industry requires significant amounts of water for various processes. Water quality sensors are used to monitor the quality of water sources near mining sites and assess potential impacts on the environment. These sensors help detect and prevent contamination of water bodies by monitoring parameters such as pH, turbidity, heavy metal concentrations, and total suspended solids.

Environmental monitoring

Water quality sensors play a critical role in environmental monitoring programs conducted by government agencies, research institutions, and environmental organizations. These sensors help in assessing the overall health of rivers, lakes, and other water bodies, monitoring pollution levels, and identifying potential ecological risks.

Industrial manufacturing

Several industrial sectors, including chemical, pharmaceutical, and food and beverage manufacturing use water in their processes. Water quality sensors are used to ensure the water that is being used meets specific standards and to monitor parameters such as pH, conductivity, dissolved solids, and microbial contamination.

IOTI Electricity Current Monitor Quick Link for details

Electricity Current Monitor

This sensor measures the current flowing through a cable and records this information in real time.

 

MODES:

  • Measure the current through a wire to determine the wattage used.
    Detect power flows (power outages, line breaks) and calculate possible overuse/abuse.

APPLICATION:

  • Measure electricity grid power to determine losses.
  • Measure in real time where outages occur or determine power distribution through a grid.
  • Optimize the use of phases in case of 3 phase split supply.

How the Electricity Current Sensor is used

Power generation

Electricity current monitors are used in power plants to monitor the flow of electrical current at different stages of power generation, such as in generators, transformers, and distribution systems.

Manufacturing

Electricity current monitors are used in industries involved in manufacturing processes, such as automotive, electronics, textiles, and food processing to measure and control electrical currents in machinery, motors, and production lines.

Mining

Electricity current monitors are used in the mining industry to monitor and manage electrical currents in equipment, conveyor systems, and power distribution networks.

Renewable energy

Electricity current monitors are used in solar power plants and wind farms to monitor the performance if inverters, transformers, and other electrical components.

Utilities and energy management

Electricity current monitors are used by electric utilities and energy management companies for load monitoring, energy consumption analysis, and power quality assessment to optimize usage and ensure efficient distribution.

IOTI Ultrasonic Sensor Quick Link for details

Ultrasonic Sensor

This sensor measures distance and presence using an ultrasonic sensor.

 

MODES:

  • The sensor measures and sends data according to predefined criteria, including measured distance.

APPLICATION:

  • Measure water levels.
  • Detect obstructions.
  • Monitor and alert when vehicles or buildings are entered.

How the Ultrasonic Sensor is used

Manufacturing

Ultrasonic sensors are used in automated assembly lines, robotics and quality control systems for object detection, distance measurement, and material handling in manufacturing processes.

Automotive

Ultrasonic sensors are used in parking assistance systems to detect obstacles and provide proximity alerts, in collision avoidance systems and blind spot detection.

Mining

Ultrasonic sensors are used for level monitoring and collision detection in mining operations as they help prevent accidents by detecting the presence of objects or personnel in hazardous areas.

Agriculture

Ultrasonic sensors are used in agricultural machinery and equipment for tasks such as crop height measurement, presence detection, and liquid level sensing in tanks and silos.

Healthcare

Ultrasonic sensors play a critical role in medical imaging technologies such as ultrasound machines and they are also used in non-destructive testing applications to assess the integrity of materials and structures.

Food and Beverage

Ultrasonic sensors are used in bottling plants, breweries, and food processing facilities for liquid level measurement, container presence detection, and fill level control.

Packaging

Ultrasonic sensors are used for object detection and position control in packaging machines by detecting the presence of packages, verifying proper alignment, and triggering actions accordingly.

Energy

Ultrasonic sensors are used in energy management systems, including in monitoring fluid levels in tanks, detecting leaks, and optimizing energy consumption in HVAC systems.

Water and wastewater

Ultrasonic sensors are used for level monitoring in water treatment plants, reservoirs, and wastewater management systems, assisting in ensuring efficient operation and to prevent overflows or shortages.

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