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    Outdoor Environment Basic Unit, Temperature, Humidity, Noise, Pressure, Wind Speed, Wind Direction, CO2, RS485 Modbus, 10-30V Power, Mounting Kit

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    The AVC-ES107-CO2 is an integrated outdoor sensor unit for all types of environmental and weather monitoring sensors include temperature, humidity, noise, Atmospheric Pressure, wind direction, wind speed, and CO2 . The monitored data is output through RS-485 interface by Modbus protocol. The AVC-ES107 sensor unit accepts 10~30Vdc power input voltage and is protected by the IP65 grade Anti-U/V lightweight ABS louver radiation shield. The mounting kit can be installed over pole top. With the optional gateway AP222, LoRa end node AP144-LC, or outdoor AP402-SCB gateway, the data can be monitor on the cloud platform. The AVC-ES107 sensor unit can be widely applied in agriculture, residential or industrial area weather and air quality monitoring, and remote weather stations.

    Product Features:
    •  High Integrated Monitoring
    Intergraded multiple sensors
    Central management by sharing a signal output
    Support Industrial Modbus RTU protocol, RS485
    •  Outdoor Protective Enclosure
    Prevent direct ultraviolet radiation to the sensors
    Avoid rapid aging of sensors under harsh environmental conditions such as strong winds, rain, and  snow
    The sensor parts are ventilated for truly sensing the changes in external detection parameters
    •  Flexible Design
    Customized Shutter Height
    Single or multiple parameters both can use small shutter, small size, light weight and easy  to install
    Customized Monitoring parameters
    Each parameter is independent and high sensitivity, users can freely integrate monitoring  parameters
    •  Work with IoT Cloud Platform – ATMS
    Real-time online monitoring, analysis, reporting
    Remote cloud security and visual management