Cheap LoRa NB - IoT DO100 Parking Space Sensor / Parking Occupancy Sensor / Parking Sensor With 5 Years Life Lithium Battery

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Overview
Quick Details
Type:
Parking Sensor
Height (mm):
115
Width (mm):
115
Place of Origin:
Beijing, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
DingTek
Model Number:
DO100
Warranty:
1 Years
Detection Range:
40cm (vertical)
Principle:
Magnetic proximity detection
Power Supply:
10-32V DC
Operating Temperature:
-20 ~ +70℃
Storage Temperature:
-40 ~ +85℃
Shell Material:
ABS
Protection Level:
IP68
Current:
<30mA 7.4V(uploading), <20ua 7.4V (sleep)
Battery:
Non-recharged Lithium battery, ER18505M 7000mAh @ 3.7VDC
Wireless:
LoRa 433/868/915Mhz, 3km in view sight
SupplyAbility
SupplyAbility:
1000 Piece/Pieces per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Package
Port
Beijing export
Lead Time :
15days
Video Description
Overview

The DO100 parking occupation sensor is designed for position detection, especially for opensky parking position detection.

The standard version is with LoRa wireless module, which transmit the position occupation status to the gateway or internet. It is optional for frequency 433Mhz, 868Mhz (Europe), 915Mhz(USA). Furthermore it is optional with NB-IoT wireless.

As it is with algorithm of low power consumption, the internal battery work for more than 3 years. The IP68 level ensure the endurable working outdoor.


Cautions: For safety, the battery in standard version of this device is non- recharged type. If out of power, please do not recharge it, please replace with new battery from our company. What's more, the battery can not work for more than +85℃.  

Features

Special mobile Application for you to realize the remote monitoring.

Application

Realtime status of parking bay
Guidance of parking
Collect parking fee in high accuracy and efficiency

Protocol & Test

Communication Setting


For the RS232 communication, Baudrate 9600 or 115200, data bit 8, stop bit 1, no odd/even checksum.


Packet Format

Header/Tail
Header 1 byte,$ in ascii and in hex 0x24 for the request to sensor. And * in ascii and in hex 0x2A for the reply from sensor. Tail 2 byte, in hex 0x0D 0A.
Command
Refer to command list at Part 3. For command in reply is same as the command in request.
ID
001~FFF

Content
0~32 bytes.
Checksum
Sum of bytes from header to id, then select the low 8 bit, finally convert to ASCII and show in Hex. E.g. If sum is 0x0356, then low 8 bit is 0x56, to ascii, the value is 56(0x35 0x36 in Hex).


Examples
Generally the sensor automatically report the status change once the occupation status changed.
If the server want to know the current status, it can send out request to ask for sensor to reply. The sensor will reply in the reply window. (maybe not instantly)
Request for sensor 01
$RO00156
Reply from sensor
*RO001187
1 is the status, It is occupied. 0 is not occupied.

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