Wireless pulse counters

Wireless pulse counters are used to count the number of pulses from devices equipped with pulse outputs. This allows users to monitor the usage of water, electricity, gas or count the number of events (e.g. door opening). Efento’s wireless pulse counters can be connected to any device with standard SO output. Pulse counters use Bluetooth Low Energy, NB-IoT and LTE-M technologies to transfer the data to Efento Cloud or any other IoT platform. Number of pulses can be also read locally with a mobile application.

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Newsletter (July)

Efento x IoT Creators.
Efento NB-IoT sensors have been successfully integrated with Deutsche Telekom’s platform iotcreators.com. How does it work? Set up an account at iotcreators.com -> Get a SIM card -> configure Efento sensor -> receive sensor’s messages to your server over REST.
New battery life time tool and protocol tool.
We have recently deployed a new set of tools that allow you to simulate the battery life time of Efento NB-IoT sensors depending on their settings and encode/decode protobuf messages sent by the sensors.
Efento on GitHub.
We have launched a GitHub profile, which contains code examples, tutorials on how to integrate Efento’s products into your solutions and useful tools. We will be regularly adding new tools and examples, so don’t forget to follow us!
“How warm is the water?”
This is one of the most common questions you can hear during Swedish summer. Learn how the municipality of Lerum, Sweden uses NB-IoT sensors to monitor and publish on the website current temperatures of water in the lakes.
Efento IoT Academy: BLE sensors integration.
Is it possible to integrate IoT sensors into your solution in less than 60 lines of code?

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