The AgroBee-L modules work with LoRa radio modulation, which operates in the 868 MHz, 433 MHz and 915 MHz free bands, obtaining radio coverage of up to 2500 m between two points (depending on the orography).
It is the best solution to save costs as a substitute for the cable, avoid incidents of the microtube installation, overcome obstacles, expand sectors, perform temporary installations, etc.
Its low consumption allows it to operate with a solar panel integrated in the module, storing the energy in supercapacitors or battery (depending on the model), offering a long operating life.
Currently, the AgroBee-L modules can be incorporated into the Agrónic 2500, Agrónic 5500 and Agrónic Bit Con fertirrigation controllers.
The AgroBee radio modules are used for the activation of valves and other irrigation elements, as well as the reading of sensors and counters, reaching a coverage radius of up to 800m, or 1600m with repeater, with very low consumption and according to the Zigbee communications standard that operates in the free bands of 565MHz and 2.4GHz.
It is the best cable substitute to overcome obstacles, expand sectors, read sensors, temporary installations, save on cables, etc., in the controllers of fertirrigation Agrónic 2500 and Agrónic Bit.
The system is based on an Agrónic Monocable Link (EAM) to which up to 120 modules of any of the possible models can be connected up to distances of 10 km. This link can be integrated to Agrónic Net, Agrónic 7000 and Agrónic 4000 controller, besides being able to be integrated in other control controller by working with the Modbus protocol.
The Agrónic Monocable Modules (MAM) have, among their features, a great protection against storms and overvoltages that allows the system to offer ample guarantees of operation.
It is a very fast system in communication, since in less than 2 minutes we have the information of all the modules in the central station (when we have 120 MAM per EAM). All inputs and outputs are configurable, so we can connect from a valve to a filter, fertilizer, etc.. In addition, for a correct and comfortable installation, it has removable terminals (in the case of non-encapsulated MAM), and a reader to facilitate the configuration and manual verification.
The Agrónic Radio is a telecontrol system that works with radio frequency per free band 433 MHz, can reach a maximum distance of 2.8 km, depending on orography.
The system consists of an Agrónic Radio Link (EAR), with a capacity of up to 60 Agrónic Radio Modules (MAR).
Available models with Ni-Mh batteries and lithium batteries. In the case of Ni-Mh batteries, solar panel will be necessary.
Applicable to the Agrónic Net, Agrónic 4000 and Agrónic 7000, and also to other control equipment such as PLC or PLC, for working with the Modbus protocol.