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The sensors form a network with each other. A Master sensor, acts as their gateway, collecting all the sensor readings and pushes them to the Internet using cellular connectivity. Below are the 2 types of sensors:

The master sensor acts as the gateway of your farm. It uses a SIM card to connect to the Internet. A typical installation requires only one master.
The node sensor has similar functionality with the Master, but instead of pushing data directly to the Internet, it can only be used in conjunction with a Master, acting as its gateway.

Clusters of sensors

A cluster of Node sensors uses one Master to push data out of the Farm/Greenhouse. Many clusters like this can be deployed, sending data as one farm. Many farms can be added under each account. Sensor to sensor range is 500m/1640ft.

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Different lengths are also available

The capacitance plate orientation is shown below for the longer probes

Location of features and controls

Country Support

Please check your installation area for adequate cellular (GSM) coverage

EuropeFull support
North AmericaFull support
MexicoGood support (Telcel, IUSACell)
Puerto RicoFull support
CanadaFull support
BrazilFull support
ChileGood support (Entel, Movistar)
ColombiaGood support (Claro, Tigo)
PeruGood support (Claro, Nextel)
ArgentinaGood support (Claro, Telecom Personal)
SingaporeFull support
IndiaFull support
ChinaFull support
AustraliaGood support (Optus, Vodafone)
New ZealandGood support (Vodafone)
RussiaGood support (MTS)
PakistanMedium support (Warid)
South AfricaGood support (MTN, Vodacom)
TanzaniaFull support
NigeriaFull support
TurkeyGood support (AVEA, Vodafone)
South KoreaNot supported
JapanNot supported
See map for all the countries supported. Contact us if you want to install a sensor in a non-supported country.