The company’s Waspmote hardware architecture has been designed to function with low power consumption. Individual sensor interfaces and radio modules can be turned off digitally to conserve energy and three different sleep modes enable the hardware to operate down to only 7µA when in hibernation mode.
More than 120 sensors are available to connect to the Waspmote base hardware enabling detection and monitoring of gases, pressure, vibration, and the behaviour and chemical composition of liquids, among many options.
There are 17 different wireless interfaces for Waspmote including long range (4G / 3G / GPS / GPRS / LoRaWAN / LoRa / Sigfox / 868 MHz / 900 MHz), medium range (Zigbee / 802.15.4 / DigiMesh / WiFi) and short range (RFID / NFC / Bluetooth 2.1 / Bluetooth LE).
The disribution agreement enhances Arrow’s IoT offering of hardware and software products.
Arrow’s Connect software runs on Libelium Meshlium gateways, the interface between Waspmote sensors and the Internet, simplifying connectivity to industry standard data platforms and device management.
Arrow’s eVolve platform, which includes Arrow Connect, provides customers with a ‘Sensor-to-Sunset’ product that simplifies the specification, creation, management and operation of IoT networks.