How it works
The radio module is placed near the meters on a flat surface (e.g., a wall). After that, the gadget is linked to the meters via a “dry contact” or “open collector” interface and activated using the mobile app. Sensors, both proprietary and third-party, can be connected to the radio module Jooby OMNI RM LoRaWAN 4PU 201 EU.
If sensors from different manufacturers are connected, the pulse radio module may require extra parameterization to coordinate its functioning with the attached sensor(s).
Following setup and activation, the radio module begins sending readings over the LoRaWAN wireless network to the base station, and then via an Internet connection to the resource supplier’s server. The Jooby RDC Dashboard contains all usage information. You may access it from any location with Internet connectivity and at any time of day.
A built-in high-capacity power source powers the Jooby OMNI RM LoRaWAN 4PU 201 EU radio module. This allows the gadget to operate in stand-alone mode for up to ten years, removing the requirement for our sensors to have their own power supply.
This model comes with two built-in batteries, as opposed to the JOOBY OMNI RM 200, which only has one.