Lifetime Power® Wireless Sensor System

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Wireless sensors for automation, monitoring, and control. 25+ year battery life - no battery replacement. Connect to any BAS network (BACnet, Modbus, LonWorks, more). The flexibility of wireless with the predictability and longevity of wired systems.

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Lifetime Power® Wireless Sensor System

  1. 1. Lifetime Power® Wireless Sensor System Automation • Monitoring • Control EDN 2010 Hot 100 www.PowercastSensors.comWireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 1
  2. 2. Market Drivers for More Sensors• Reduce energy consumption• LEED certification / Green initiatives• Regulatory requirements• Increased automation• Remote monitoring• Improved occupant comfort The benefits of wireless solutions for monitoring and control applications are well-documented, including multiple studies by the U.S. Dept. of Energy. www.PowercastSensors.comWireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 2
  3. 3. Wireless Deployment ConsiderationsHow far will it work? Will the data be received reliably? Wireless Deployment Parameters Battery Life How often do devices have to be maintained? Can this system scale for my enterprise? www.PowercastSensors.com Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 3
  4. 4. The labor cost of battery replacement is a majorconcern and deployment inhibitor for wireless sensors “The number one question I get "One of the primary hurdles to wireless sensor asked when speaking with market adoption is the requirements imposed by customers about wireless sensor battery implementation. Large installations that networking is …’how long will my require units to undergo battery replacement can batteries last?’ ” create maintenance costs that overpower the Joel Young initial cost of the equipment. Logistics surrounding CTO and SVP of R&D, Digi battery condition monitoring and replacement can overwhelm customers.“ Kirsten West The labor cost of replacing West Technology Research batteries in WSN will exceed $1 billion over the next several years. ON World “Industry will need to manage wireless sensor networks involving tens of thousands of nodes with their own power. These cannot be visited without great expense and labor and some cannot be visited at all.” Dr. Peter Harrop, Chairman, IDTechEx www.PowercastSensors.com Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast4 Corporation 4
  5. 5. Battery-Life Impacts OpEx and PerformanceImpact of Battery Failures and Replacement• Forgotten devices• Sub-optimal system performance, wasted energy• Expensive “truck roll” to replace a battery• Manage on-going battery replacement program• Battery recycling (and training) Lifetime Power® Wireless Sensor System eliminates battery replacement www.PowercastSensors.comWireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 5
  6. 6. Lifetime Power® Wireless Sensor System• Indoor environmental monitoring – Temp, Humidity, Light, CO2, DP, etc…• Completely wireless – Labor cost savings and rapid deployment• Network-centric – Industry Standard Interoperability – BACnet, Modbus, LonWorks, SNMP, XML• No/low maintenance – 25+ year battery operation – Battery-powered CO2 sensor (3.5 -15 years) www.PowercastSensors.com Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 6
  7. 7. Powercast System Benefits• Fast installation / Easy relocation• No wiring, network ports, or power• Scales from 10s to 1000s of points• Long battery life (25+ years)• Connect to any HVAC or IT network• Unlimited Range (with repeaters) www.PowercastSensors.com Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 7
  8. 8. Wireless Sensor Options Temperature Differential Pressure Humidity / Dew point Carbon Dioxide Light Level Dry Contacts Device size as small as 4”x2”x1” www.PowercastSensors.com 8Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation
  9. 9. System Overview • Temperature Building • Humidity •Dew Point Network • Light • External Temp (2) • External Contacts Local Monitoring • CO2 Wireless • Diff. Pressure Gateway Cloud Monitoring Wireless 900MHz or 2.4GHz options Sensors www.PowercastSensors.comWireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 9
  10. 10. Multi-Function Sensor WSN-1101/1201 Configurations T Temperature THD Temperature/Humidity/Dew Point T2XT Temperature w/ 2 ext. 10K ports L Light level (lux) C Contact Closure / Digital InputPackaging Option A• 4.2” x 2.1” x 1.1” enclosure• Non-replaceable battery (-N)• also available in black Battery Life 25+ years with pre-installed battery,Packaging Option B• 4.2” x 2.1” x 1.7” enclosure 15 years with replaceable batteries• Replaceable batteries (-R) @ 1 minute intervals• also available in black No battery replacement during typical lifecycle! www.PowercastSensors.com Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 10
  11. 11. Wireless CO2 Sensor WSN-1102-CO2 / WSN-1202-CO2 • Self-calibrating • 0 - 5,000 ppm range • Configurable intervals: 1 - 10 minutes • Battery-life: 3.5 - 15 years • Internal antenna • Wall-mount and duct-mount options Easy retrofit for enabling Demand-Controlled Ventilation (DCV)5.8” x 3.2” x 1.5” enclosure Battery Life(also available in black) 3.5 years @ 1 minute intervals 15 years @ 5 minute intervals www.PowercastSensors.com Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 11
  12. 12. Wireless Differential Pressure Sensor WSN-1102-DPx / WSN-1202-DPx • Battery-life: 15 years • DP1: ( 2" W.C. / 500pa) • 5/32” fittings (156 mils) • Wall-mount enclosure, internal antenna5.8” x 3.2” x 1.5” enclosure(also available in black) Battery Life 15 years @ 30 second intervals www.PowercastSensors.com Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 12
  13. 13. Powercast Sensors Delivers Wire-like Performance Sample Interval (Minutes)5 Temperature/Humidity Sensor Battery Life4321 5 10 15 20 25 Battery-Life (Years)Data obtained from published datasheets (Dec 2011) www.PowercastSensors.com Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 13
  14. 14. Wireless BAS Gateway • Receives data from wireless sensors – Up to 100 devices – Up to 800 sensor points • Interface to BAS or IT network – Ethernet, RS-485, FTT-10 • Maintains network performance info – RSSI, Hop Count, Routes, Packet TimersBAS Network Interfaces and ProtocolsEthernet RS-485 FTT-10 • USB Interface to PC• BACnet/IP • BACnet MS/TP • LonWorks – Configuration• Modbus TCP • Metasys N2• Ethernet/IP • Modbus RTU – Local monitoring and data logging via• Omrin FINS • JBus serial / HyperTerminal connection• DNP3 • DNP• SNMP • YorkTalk• XML • A-B DF1 www.PowercastSensors.comWireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 14
  15. 15. Wireless Repeater / PC Gateway • Receives data from wireless sensors – Up to 100 devices – Up to 800 sensor points – Forwards all packets on configured channel and Network ID (repeater mode) • Provides network information – RSSI, Hop Count, Routes, Packet Timers WSG-101-SERIAL • USB Interface to PC – Configuration – Local monitoring and data logging via serial / HyperTerminal connection www.PowercastSensors.comWireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 15
  16. 16. Wireless Repeaters Provide Extended Range• Real-time repeater mesh – no multi-hop delays, no hop-count limit• Plug-n-play, self-forming network, any topology (linear, ring, mesh)• Smart buffers eliminate duplicate packets R BAS R R R G Network Indoor Range: R 2.4GHz 100 ft/hopR = Repeater 900MHz 300ft/hopG = Gateway www.PowercastSensors.com Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 16
  17. 17. Gateway Redundancy Protects Against Failures Router A BAS Router B Network RPower Circuit A G1 R G2 Power Circuit B R RR = RepeaterG = Gateway www.PowercastSensors.com Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 17
  18. 18. Applications• Data Center Monitoring• Building Automation / HVAC control• Energy Management• Data Logging (real-time, cloud-based)• Compliance Monitoring – Medical/JHACO, Food/FDA, etc.• More… www.PowercastSensors.comWireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 18
  19. 19. Data Center Monitoring • Measure server intake and exhaust temperature • Reduce energy consumption • No wiring, easy deployment Cold Aisle • No maintenance Hot Aisle • Real-time data Wireless Gateway www.PowercastSensors.comWireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 19
  20. 20. Demand-Controlled VentilationDCV Benefits Outside• Reduced energy cost by avoidance of over-ventilation Air• Improved IAQ and humidity control, minimized moisture intake 90% Occupied Floor 4• Qualifies for LEED rating points• Reduced operational running times for major HVAC equipment 10% Occupied Floor 3Powercast System Benefits• Reduced installation cost 50% Occupied Floor 2• Low maintenance with long battery life and self-calibration• Add to any BAS network 80% Occupied Floor 1• Data-logging of air quality data www.PowercastSensors.com Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 20
  21. 21. Automated Load Balancing• Convenient monitoring of every space for occupant comfort• Easily re-balance system based on changing thermal loads www.PowercastSensors.com Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 21
  22. 22. Multi-Story Apartment Buildings• Monitor every apartment to obtain building thermal footprint• Use controller to intelligently control boiler system 5 Repeaters 4 Gateways 3 Wireless sensors 2 1 B Boiler Ethernet or RS-485 network Controller or BAS www.PowercastSensors.com 22 Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation
  23. 23. Multi-Building Monitoring Wireless Sensor Wireless Repeater Wireless GatewayRapid deployment across multiple buildings, single network termination www.PowercastSensors.com 23 Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation
  24. 24. Automated Data Logging• Rapid deployment of sensors• Real-time data logging and alarms Wireless Sensors• Eliminate manual data recording and paperwork Wireless Gateway www.PowercastSensors.com Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 24
  25. 25. Cloud-Based Data Logging• Rapid deployment of sensors• Real-time data logging, available from anywhere• Eliminate device collection / data download Cloud Monitoring Wireless Gateway (WSG-101) Wireless Sensors www.PowercastSensors.com Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 25
  26. 26. Automated Compliance Monitoring• Manual data collection • Automated data collection• Paper-based solution • Database solution• Daily staff involvement • No staff involvement• Alarming? • Real-time Alarms www.PowercastSensors.comWireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 26
  27. 27. ProductsType 900MHz System 2.4GHz System Description WSN-1201-T WSN-1101-T TemperatureTemperature WSN-1201-T2XT WSN-1101-T2XT Temperature w/ 2 External Inputs (10K)Humidity & Dew Point WSN-1201-THD WSN-1101-THD Temperature, Humidity & Dew PointLight WSN-1201-L WSN-1101-L Light level (lux)Contact Closure WSN-1201-C WSN-1101-C Dry Contacts / Digital Input (2 channels)Carbon Dioxide (CO2) WSN-1202-CO2 WSN-1102-CO2 0 – 5,000ppm CO2Differential Pressure WSN-1202-DP1 WSN-1102-DP1 ± 2″ W.C. / ± 500paWireless Gateways Options for BACnet, Modbus, LonWorks, WSG-102 WSG-101 Metasys N2, SNMP, XML, and more.and Repeaters www.PowercastSensors.com 27 Wireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation
  28. 28. More InformationDocumentation, Software• http://www.powercastsensors.com/support/Live Demo• http://www.powercastsensors.com/products/remote-monitoring/SlideShare Channel• http://www.slideshare.net/PowercastSensors www.PowercastSensors.comWireless Sensors ©2013 Powercast Corporation 28

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