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How to solve the IOT power support problem

(Summary description)With the rapid development of IOT applications in recent years, traditional industrial power supplies have been unable to meet the smart manufacturing requirements for efficient industrial power integration, diagnostic monitoring, and remote management.

How to solve the IOT power support problem

(Summary description)With the rapid development of IOT applications in recent years, traditional industrial power supplies have been unable to meet the smart manufacturing requirements for efficient industrial power integration, diagnostic monitoring, and remote management.

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With the rapid development of IOT applications in recent years, traditional industrial power supplies have been unable to meet the smart manufacturing requirements for efficient industrial power integration, diagnostic monitoring, and remote management.

intelligent IOT power support

If you connect power to IOT, the implementation of IOT is relatively simple. The problem is that many IOT powers have an annoying trend, that is, they are placed in remote areas that cannot be directly connected to the grid.

Think about the diversity of the IoT ecosystem, from household light bulbs and door locks to electronic road signs, oil rigs, sensors on airplanes and missiles. The power management of household devices is very simple, because you can plug them in or replace the batteries regularly. However, sensors that monitor oil pipelines, agricultural equipment, water levels, wildlife or cargo ships in remote areas are not so simple.

Whenever planning IOT power deployment, integrators must keep in mind IOT power management. Internet of Things implementers often try to use the same solution in every environment. In about half of IoT implementations, available power sources such as electrical connections or vehicle alternators can be used. But in many cases, these power sources are not easily available.

At the same time, batteries have obvious limitations, especially when they run out as quickly as cell phones. It is estimated that 55% of the Internet of Things will be wireless, but if all wireless implementations use only cellular mobile communications, they will become expensive and require frequent battery charging. For many applications, cellular mobile networks are neither economical nor practical due to power requirements.

For some purposes, the answer is to use a low-power wide area network (LPWAN), such as Lorawan or Sigfox. For example, if IoT sensors and trackers only need to send small messages once or twice a day, you can leave them in the wild for many years before replacing the battery. These devices stay asleep most of the time and only wake up when they need to transfer data.

When evaluating IOT power options implemented by IOT, integrators need to consider factors such as power consumption, battery life, device size, radio transmission range, and cost. With the continuous expansion of IOT coverage, power management will remain a challenge. There is no single ready-made solution, but through thinking, planning and consulting, integrators can strive to minimize the impact of IOT power support.
 

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