SwipPlug

Connected terminal

Device

Samples

Made By

iSwip

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Connected terminal, SwipPush enable to interface dry contacts like actuators or button, but also pulse counters (water, gas, electricity). It is also provided with analogic input enabling external sensors connection.

Use cases :

- Dry contacts (door opening, actuators...)

- Energy counters

- External analogic sensors

Certification

Status

Not certified yet

Functional

Business

Availability

Samples

Production capabilities

1,000-10,000 items

Technical Details

Product casing

Dimensions (in mm): 100 x 100 x 40

Weight: 250gr

IP Code: IP67

Sensors
Type

Temperature

Pulse

Voltage

Protocols
TypeDetails

NFC

Dedicated - Internal

Battery

Battery life: 5 Years

Battery type: Not Replaceable

Embedded Software

Flashable Firmware: No

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