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Industrial Wireless Light Detection Sensor


Monnit's industrial wireless light detection sensor detects the presence of light and returns a value of light or no-light to the system. The sensor can be user calibrated for baselines of light and dark, and will provide a status of light presence based on those baselines. Alerts can then be setup for when light has been detected or when there is no light detected. This sensor can be used to alert when lights are left on or can be used to determine if cargo has been opened. Alerts can be set to notify the user via SMS text or email if the sensor detects light with the ability to only notify within time of day parameters. Industrial sensors come in a NEMA 4X rated weatherproof / dustproof enclosure and features an industrial single 3.0 Volt AA battery for long life.

Industrial Wireless Light Detection Sensor - Single 3.0V Tadiran Battery Powered	Industrial Wireless Light Detection Sensor,900MHz
Part No. Description Price Stock
MNS-8-LS-IN-ST Single 3.0V Tadiran Battery Powered Industrial Wireless Light Detection Sensor,868MHz $159
MNS-9-LS-IN-ST Single 3.0V Tadiran Battery Powered Industrial Wireless Light Detection Sensor,900MHz $159
MNS-4-LS-IN-ST Single 3.0V Tadiran Battery Powered Industrial Wireless Light Detection Sensor,433MHz $169
∗ Standard lead time is 2 weeks

Packing List


  • Industrial Sensor
  • High Gain Antenna
  • Single 3V AA Battery (pre-installed inside sealed sensor housing)

Features


  • 900/868/433 MHz Operating Frequency
  • Replaceable, Single AA, 2500mAH, 3.6V Battery
  • -40° to 85°C (-40° to 185°F)
  • 300 - 350 ft. non-line-of-sight device range*
  • Up to 5 Year Battery Life.**
  • IP66 NEMA 4X, CE rated, sealed, weatherproof enclosure.
  • Sense the presence of light.
  • Know if the lights have been left on at your facility.
  • Know when light bulbs have blown and need to be replaced.
  • FCC and IC certified.

* Actual range may vary depending on environment.
** Battery life is determined by sensor reporting frequency and other variables.