VISIOAUTO

VISIOAUTO

VISIOAUTO

The VisioAuto is an application ready for Sigfox enabled transceivers allowing transmission of data to various vehicle engine control units(ECU) and tracking information. The VisioAuto provides connection to national and global network infrastructure for reliable and secure communications.

The configuration of the transceiver can be accomplished via the product or network.

VisioAuto is the worlds first consumer focused vehicle management and solution based on the SigFox network. VisioAuto is plug-and-play device which is very easy to install and great integration into existing platforms.

Highlights

-Meter data through Sigfoc compliant radio networks
-Utility meter support (water, gas, electricity & heptameter compliant)
-Support various meter reading interface standards
-Long range connectivity
-Low COST, Low power design with up 10+ year autonomy

Firmware

-SIGFOX network protocol
-Data encryption: AES128 (optional)
-Transmission cycles:2, 50, 100 or 140 update

Performances

-RF Poer: 14dBm (25mW)
-RF sensitivity: up to -127dBm
-Interfaces: Pulse, Eco and Serial

WARNINGS

-Battery end of life

-Over Temperature

-Tamper Detect

PERIPHERALS

-Bluetooth (BLE)
-GPS
-Accelerometer

Software & Data management

Data from the device, transmitted via the Sigfox cloud infrastructure to the back-end server platform for processing and reporting is provided as a standard. A custom platform with the built-in device support can be provided or easily integrate the device into your own platform.

GENERAL INFORMATION

-Operating temperature: -20’C/+65’C
-Mounting Options: Screw, reviews, tie-wraps and 2-sided tape
-Dimensions: 110 x 58 x 30 mm
-Weight: 100gr
-Housing: lp67
-Antennas:All integrated (internal)
-GPS LNA: On-board
-External Sensors: Various supporters
-Standard: EN 300-220, EN 301 – 489, EN 60950, ICASA: CE
-Support: The device is available for RC1 (Europe and Middle East & Africa)

COMPATABILITY

Water, Gas, Electricity and Heat meters

References

VisioTamp Hardware Manual

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