LORD MicroStrain offer a robust and scalable wireless sensor network which incorporates both their own sensors as well as any strain gauge based or VDC output sensors. Options also include nodes for thermocouple inputs, piezoelectric accelerometer inputs and DVRT inputs.
The LXRS wireless protocol from LORD Microstrain is a 2.4GHz IEEE 802.15.4-compliant communication architecture featuring LXRS® (Lossless eXtended Range Synchronized) data. LXRS combines microsecond time-synchronization with a scalable star network. User controllable sampling rates are automatically coordinated over thousands of wireless sensor nodes, all with 100% reliable data throughput under most operating conditions.
The wireless system from LORD MicroStrain offers a selection of nodes for multiple sensing applications. The combination of nodes offering in-built sensors such as the triaxial G-Link-200 can be combined with multi-channel input nodes such as the V-Link-200 for integration with third party sensors including strain gauge channels and voltage input channels.
Choose from a wide variety of sensing and sampling parameters including time-synchronized sampling, high-speed periodic burst sampling, low duty cycle sampling, and datalogging.
WSDA® wireless gateways coordinate and schedule communication between remote wireless sensor nodes and a variety of user-selectable end systems including third party controllers, stand-alone dataloggers, local computers and networks, and SensorCloud-enabled remote monitoring and alerting systems. To get the most out of your wireless sensor networks, choose our WSDA® wireless gateways.
Software platforms streamline network configuration by allowing users to easily control sampling settings, data acquisition preferences, and deploy custom alerting, reporting and analytics. As a result, users can readily connect with their data and distill actionable information either locally via SensorConnect or autonomously on SensorCloud™. Lord MicroStrain offer a full suite of software and also offer a full SDK for integration into customer systems. The MicroStrain Communication Library (MSCL) makes it simple to write code that interacts with our Wireless sensors. It is hosted on GitHub and is completely open source under the MIT License. Full documentation, example code, and a quick start guide are provided to help you get started.
|V-LINK-200||4 strain gauge inputs + 4 single ended inputs|
|G-LINK-200||Triaxial Accelerometer with 8g or 40g options|
|SG-LINK||Single strain input + 1 single ended 0-3v input|
|DVRT-LINK||Single DVRT input for displacement measurement|
|TC-LINK||For 6 or single channel thermocouple inputs|
|WATT-Link||For monitoring power lines|
|IEPE-Link||For use with IEPE piezoelectric accelerometers in burst mode|
|WSDA-Base||A range of base stations with either USB, RS232 or analogue outputs|
|WSDA-1500||A computerised data aggregator base station for direct Ethernet connection|