The Aloxy Pulse is the Aloxy sensor is used to capture data from the field. This device consists of various inertial sensors to detect for instance environmental temperature and atmospheric pressure, vibrations & movement, inclination and rotation and magnetic fields.
In addition, it allows for two-way interaction with local operators using 2 buttons, 2 multi-color LEDs and NFC (near-field-communication) to locally communicate with for instance a smart phone.
The Aloxy sensor can be geo-located (XYZ-dimension) using low-power localisation technologies.
The device is battery operated using two replaceable batteries, allowing for an autonomy of up to 5 years depending on the use-case and usage.
To communicate, different radio technologies such as LoRa, Sigfox and Dash-7 are supported. Depending on the available network coverage, the device can dynamically switch to another network technology when connections are lost.
The data can be accessed through the Aloxy cloud platform or directly integrated with local systems on-premise.
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The Aloxy Pulse is Ex and IP69
The Aloxy Pulse complies with the essential safety requirements of the European ATEX Directive 2014/34/EU. It is certified to be used in Gas explosive atmospheres, groups IIC: Gas II 2G Ex ib IIC T4 Gb.
The casing is tested thoroughly and has obtained an IP69 classification, IP69 is the highest ingress protection classification allowing the device to be used in any condition.
The Aloxy Pulse also complies with the essential safety requirements of the European EMC Directive 2014/30/EU and The Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU (RED), for use within an industrial environment.
On an environmental basis, Aloxy is actively engaged in meeting the requirements of the WEEE directive (Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment). In Europe, Aloxy is cooperating at individual country level to establish procedures with organizations providing the infrastructure for the collection, recycling and disposal of waste from electrical and electronic equipment.
The Aloxy pulse is currently in the final stage to obtain FCC approval, this is pending.