DL-LID | Laser Distance / Level Sensor for LoRaWAN®
The device DL-LID measures the distance between the sensor head and the target. The measurement principle is based on infrared laser pulses which are transmitted by the sensor and reflected back from the target object. Using the time of flight of the laser pulses and the known speed of light, the sensor computes the traveling distance and thus the distance to the target.
Sensor data are transmitted in real-time using LoRaWAN® radio technology. LoRaWAN® enables encrypted radio transmissions over long distances while consuming very little power. The user can obtain sensor data through Decentlab’s data storage and visualization system, or through the user's own infrastructure. Visit www.decentlab.com for more information about Decentlab's data cloud service.