Monthly Archives: January 2021

Wireless Incubation Sensor – Data

Graph showing data from seven thermistors
measuring ambient temperature in close vicinity

The graph above shows the ambient temperature measured by seven thermistors on a single sensor egg. Note that the temperature readings are very close to each other as should be because they are all close to each other and measuring the ambient temperature.

The data for this graph was downloaded from the WiSense cloud resident data collection and visualization platform.

The setup has one sensor egg (with seven thermistors) sending data to the cloud (via a WiSense gateway) periodically every 30 seconds. Total of 2880 sensor data messages were sent over a period of 24 hours. Each sensor data message also conveys the voltage of the Li-Ion battery inside the sensor egg.

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Graph shows the battery voltage over a 24 hour duration.
Starting Battery Voltage: 3.94V. Battery Voltage after 24 hours: 3.93V
After sending 86400/30 = 2880 messages, the battery voltage has dropped by only 0.01 V.

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Wireless Incubation Sensor – New enclosure

Our new design for the enclosure simplifies product assembly.

Sensor egg surrounded by real eggs which are being monitored.

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Fully assembled Sensor Egg
(8 thermistors, DC jack for recharging internal battery and an On/Off switch)

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3D Rendering

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Wireless Temperature/RH Sensor for the Poultry Industry

Wireless Incubation Sensor

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