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The wireless sensor prototypes developed under the Homes project served as the starting point for the development of a ZigBee-based very-low-power wireless sensor platform to meet the needs of a ZigBee sensor line for building and asset monitoring and control. The first sensor, currently being prepared for industrial-scale manufacturing, is a ZigBee temperature, humidity, and CO2 sensor (commercial release Q1 2016). The sensor's very low power consumption (less than 200 nA in standby mode) makes it unique, as does its CO2 sensor, which leverages a breakthrough technology providing the performance and battery life the market demands. It is the only CO2 sensor on the market guaranteed to work for ten years on the same battery. The building systems market will be the first addressed, with applications like HVAC control, comfort monitoring, and indoor air quality monitoring. The second sensor, also being prepared for industrial-scale manufacturing, is a temperature monitoring sensor for medium-voltage electrical distribution equipment. The sensor's compact footprint and low power consumption make it compatible with self-powering via the magnetic field generated by the AC current in electrical cables and busbars. The sensor is also robust, with projected lifespans of 20 years in harsh environments (temperatures up to 125°C). The sensor will address the heat monitoring market for medium-voltage switchgear (ensuring uptime for industrial sites and other building systems). Commercial release is slated for H1 2016.

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The wireless-sensor development work carried out under the Homes project confirmed the feasibility of very-low-power wireless sensors compatible with battery- or self-powered solutions for lifespans (10 years+) compatible with the target applications.
Délai de mise sur le marché 8 years since the launch of the Homes project and Schneider Electric earliest work on the subject 4 years since development work on the very-low-power ZigBee sensor platform

La société : Schneider Electric Industries

As a global specialist in energy management with operations in more than 100 countries, Schneider Electric offers integrated solutions across multiple market segments, including leadership positions in energy and infrastructure, industrial processes, building automation, and data centres/networks, as well as a broad presence in residential applications.

Year founded 1836
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