Vinduino remote sensor platform for optimizing agricultural irrigationDesigned by Vinduino LLC, Ships from United States of America
The Vinduino R3 board contains all the electronics needed for a solar powered remote sensor platform. It is designed for optimizing agricultural irrigation, aimed at saving 25% irrigation water. T...Read More…
The Vinduino R3 board contains all the electronics needed for a solar powered remote sensor platform. It is designed for optimizing agricultural irrigation, aimed at saving 25% irrigation water. This board represents the 3rd generation design of our remote sensor platform, and has gone through extensive vineyard field trials.
The Vinduino board is designed for continuous unattended operation. It can be powered by a small solar panel, and the battery charger maintains a Li-ion battery fully charged, to keep the system working during the night and during periods with dense cloud cover. The battery voltage can be monitored remotely to check battery health.
The board comes assembled and tested.
The LM-210 module requires a compatible gateway, and is designed for LoRaLAN. For details please check the product manual on the Vinduino github page.
The LM-110 module requires a LoRaWAN gateway or an available public LoRaWAN network.
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The Vinduino project (Vineyard + Arduino) started out of necessity for improving irrigation efficiency in our Southern California vineyard.
Vinduino is open source, and aims to be affordable and easy to use. The sensor station can be successfully integrated with ThingSpeak and eVineyard cloud dashboard applications. Grow more with less water.