The ICT International Telemetry Hub is a powerful and flexible electronic platform that operates remotely in any climate, forming the foundation for specialised scientific and industrial equipment systems.
Typically used as a telemetry gateway to transmit data from ICT International instruments to the ‘Cloud’, it is supported by an extensive software suite that can be customised to suit a wide range of IoT applications.
The Telemetry Hub can be optioned to communicate via Satellite (using the Iridium Short Burst Data service), Penta-band GSM, Wi-Fi, 2.4GHz proprietary wireless networking, Bluetooth, RS485, RS232, Ethernet, LoRa/LoRaWAN, USB and SDI-12. It can also be optioned to provide analogue and digital outputs and inputs.
It discovers, connects, concentrates and logs data collected from Smart Sensors and ICT International Instruments in CSV format on its SD memory card, and sends it to the Cloud.
The ICT International Telemetry Hub manages power supplied to externally connected devices. The ICT International Telemetry Hub is powered by a Lithium-Ion battery, with an inbuilt solar charging controller. It can also be connected to an external 24V DC power supply.
The ICT International Telemetry Hub is IP67 rated for extended operation in a wide range of environments. It can also be directly mounted on a mast or a flat surface. The Hub has the capacity to be factory customised to do almost anything, based on a combination of up to 4 mini-modules that can be plugged in.
Typical applications* for the Telemetry Hub include:
Store and forward repeater in a telemetry network. (eg: Environmental/agricultural monitoring)
Complete remote, standalone, experimental station for measuring, logging, controlling and sending data directly to the ‘Cloud’. (eg: Scientific/Environmental/Agricultural/Mine monitoring)
Plant Monitoring – Interfacing between sensors, climate control systems and remote management servers via the ‘Cloud’. (eg: Greenhouses, Weigh stations, Building EMS)
Automatic recording, communicating and playback of sound and images – (eg: Monitoring fauna and stock, Digital voice recording, Noise monitoring, Voice communication, Mine communication)
Managing / controlling remote equipment (eg: irrigation systems, solar and wind farms, security, etc).
* Some applications may require factory or engineering customisation.