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New Multifaceted IoT Sensor Platform with Battery-Free Operation
ON Semiconductor & RFMicron Release New Development Tool for Developing Wireless Sensors for IoT Applications
ON Semiconductor has combined with RFMicron, and developed a game-changing ‘plug-and-play’ development tool to speed
the deployment of wireless passive sensor solutions onto any Internet of Things (IoT) cloud platform.
The IoT Platform Development Kit, SENSORRFGEVK, brings together a series of performance-optimized computing and
connectivity modules to facilitate quick and effective deployment of battery-free wireless sensing technology and
IoT hardware in locations where power and space constraints are of particular concern.
This streamlined and flexible solution takes the approach of moving much of the system's
intelligence away from where the sensors are situated, and placing it on the cloud.
Each IoT Platform Development Kit incorporates ON Semiconductor's battery-free wireless sensor tags,
which use RFMicron's Magnus® S2 Sensor IC, and can perform temperature, moisture, pressure, or proximity sensing functions.
The platform also features a UHF RFID reader module with 32 decibels-milliwatt (dBm) power rating and
an 860 megahertz (MHz) to 960 MHz frequency range. Localized data processing is performed by the ARM® Cortex-A8 based
AM335x system-on-chip (SoC). The platform has the capacity to transfer captured data either
wirelessly (via WLAN, Zigbee, Z-Wave, UHF Gen 2, etc.) or using wireline infrastructure (via KNX, CAN, SPI, Ethernet. etc.).
This development kit complements ON Semiconductor's existing wireless sensor evaluation kit,
SPS1M-EVK, which provides a set of tools test our sensor capabilities.
“This IoT Platform Development Kit opens up greater opportunities for
IoT-based data-acquisition/monitoring enabling the implementation of wireless sensors quickly and
effectively into many applications. Using it, the data from multiple sensors can rapidly be accessed,
analyzed and used on multiple backend networks,” states Gary Straker, Vice President and
General Manager of Protection and Signal Division at ON Semiconductor. “As a result of this platform,
wireless sensing technology can now be deployed into application scenarios where a mains supply
is simply not available or where replacing batteries would be too difficult and costly to undertake.
This ground-breaking product will markedly broaden the scope of IoT deployment and
this development kit offers a tool that makes evaluating the technology simple for
multiple application use cases. Through this wireless sensing technology we will be able to connect
what was previously un-connectable.”
The platform also possesses an intuitive touch-enabled user interface, plus LEDs, headers and
switches designed to enhance its configurability and expand its operational potential.
The sophisticated accompanying software allows the platform to fit seamless into any supported network,
serving as a dedicated node. Built-in application firmware will assist engineers in implementing
more effective IoT-based data-acquisition/monitoring systems irrespective of their experience level.
The combination of all the functions above in a single self-contained board creates an integration tool
IoT platforms can use to easily evaluate wireless sensing technology in their ecosystems.
The company's Web site address is www.ONSemi.com
[Reprinted with kind permission from ON Semiconductor - Release Date, 22nd February, 2016]