Battery Powered, Cellular Gateway for Sensing Monitoring: Digi Connect® Sensor


Digi Connect Sensor is a fully integrated, battery powered cellular gateway with I/O for connecting to a wide range of external sensors. Designed to work in rugged industrial environments, Digi Connect Sensor is the ideal solution for companies looking to add remote monitoring in places where power is not easily available. Its easy installation, reliability and low data usage make remote monitoring possible in areas where it was previously cost prohibitive.

Digi Connect Sensor leverages Digi Device Cloud and integration services, enabling customers who need to monitor large numbers of sensors to easily integrate that data into existing applications or work with third-party applications.


Digi Connect Sensor works with Digi Connect Wizard. This smartphone application is the first of its kind for this type of battery powered gateway. It gives local installers, technicians or drivers instant feedback of sensor values over Bluetooth. With this, local personnel get immediate status on an action, like filling a tank. This technology replaces the need for outdated LCD displays.

Digi Connect Sensor Benefits
• Weatherproof enclosure with wide temperature range makes it ideal for use in all environments
• Configurable read and report intervals with threshold and delta alarms
• Low cellular data usage that is consistent and predictable
• Multiple configurable I/O make it possible to connect to multiple sensor types
• External, configurable power outputs eliminate the need for sensor power supplies
• Penta band cellular module enables global connectivity
• Available with bundled cellular service

For more information about Cellular Gateway please contact the following:
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