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Wireless Sensor nodes

Wireless technologies from ScioSense are notable for their extreme high performance, low power consumption and small board footprint.

Wireless Sensor Connectivity

The AS3930/32/33 are a family of ultra-low power, low-frequency wake-up receivers which operate in the frequency range 15-150kHz. They include built-in correlators to detect 16- or 32-bit programmable wake-up patterns and offer the choice of 1 or 3 receive channels depending on the requirement to support a fixed or variable orientation between transmitter and receiver.

Product overview

Product name
AS3930 LF Receiver IC
Description

The AS3930 is a single-channel ASK receiver that generates a wake-up signal upon detection of a data signal with a carrier frequency in the range of 110-150 kHz. It can be used to wake-up active tags in RTLS, PKE and other similar tracking and access control systems.

Product name
AS3932 LF Receiver IC
Description

The AS3932 is a 3-channel ASK receiver that generates a wake-up signal upon detection of a data signal with a carrier frequency in the range of 110-150 kHz. It can be used to wake-up active tags in RTLS, PKE and other similar tracking and access control systems.

Product name
AS3933 LF Receiver IC
Description

The AS3933 is a 3-channel ASK receiver that generates a wake-up signal upon detection of a data signal with a carrier frequency in the range of 15-150 kHz. It can be used to wake-up active tags in RTLS, PKE and other similar tracking and access control systems.

Product name
AS3935 Franklin Lightning Sensor™ IC
Description

The Franklin Lightning Sensor™ is the world’s 1st lightning sensing IC that was designed for low power, portable or fixed wire-line applications. Utilizing a sensitive RF receiver and integrated proprietary algorithm, the Franklin Lightning Sensor™ detects the electrical emissions from lightning activity and then provides for an estimation of the distance to the head of the storm from 40km away down to 1km, while rejecting disturbances from man-made signals such as motors and microwave ovens. This advanced warning capability alerts users so that precautions can be taken.