Our hardware and software is customly designed to be accurate and user-friendly. We are always busy at work, further developing our range of sensor types and improving the usefulness of our software.
Our sensors are customly designed and built to be accurate and user-friendly.
The system is modular and made up of multiple parts that connect seamlessly together – all manageable from one online IntelliSense account.
It consists of a gateway, which is connected to your Internet router, and a number of wireless sensors.
Every 15 minutes the sensors transmit their measurements to the gateway.
Below is a simple illustration of how Intellisense works
The gateway is the communicator between the sensors and the Internet.
It connects to power using the supplied adapter and via Ethernet to your network for Internet access.
It communicates wirelessly with the sensors within 950 meters line-of-sight. It continuously sends the measurements to our servers.
The sensors measure the temperature and relative humidity every quarter of an hour. They are wireless and run-on replaceable AAA batteries (+1-year battery life).
They can be placed inside or outside, as long as they don’t get wet.
Our sensors have the ability to have a probe connected to them through a plug at the bottom.
Temperature range is from -35 °C to 60 °C and accuracy is: -10 °C to 85 °C ±0.4 °C, -40 °C to -10 °C ±0.8 °C. Humidity from 0 % to 80 % ±3 % points (pp).
The sensors have great stability with a yearly temperature drift of less than 0.01 °C. This means that calibration every 10-year period is sufficient in most cases.
We offer temperature probes in two versions. One for general use and one with a cork for mounting into wine bottles – both have a range from -30 to 65 °C. For more extreme temperatures or for connecting 3rd party equipment we provide a PT100/PT1000 adapter.
A water detection probe for detecting water. This probe returns a value from 0 – 100 % and can be used in places where flooding is a risk.
Our CO₂ probe records the CO₂ level in parts per million from 0 – 2000 ppm primarily for monitoring indoor climate.
A magnetic contact probe. This can provide open/closed feedback for a door or window through a two-part magnetic contact.
Our barometric probe records the atmospheric pressure in hPa.
With our multi-gateway network feature, you can cover large areas without the need to pair individual sensors with multiple gateways. Instead, you can pair sensors with a master gateway, pair additional gateways as slaves to the master, and from there, individual sensors will communicate with any gateway in the setup.
This makes it easy to cover large physical areas without having to worry about how sensors reach their gateway – they pick the one they have the best connection to.
This feature can also facilitate sensors being moved around. One sensor could be placed in a lorry that drives between two different locations, with a gateway at each location.