Just 6uA in sleeping mode! Able to work long years on batteries!
Configurable over the air
Supports remote configuration over the AiR through the ThingsLog platform!
Has IP68 level of protection
CE certified – comply with European Safety, LVD, and EMC directives!
Well-documented product used by many utilities and enterprises!
Stick to your current firmware or upgrade to a newer more capable version.
Multichannel Low Power data logger with 2 pulse, 2 analog, and 2 alarm/command ports
Global Mobile offering
Comes with 2G/GSM/GPRS global roaming SIM cards, 4G available upon request
Low power alarms
ThingsLog GPRS data loggers have built-in AI&ML capabilities and provide low-power instant alarms in case of abnormal consumption, leak, theft, or high/low analog sensor value.
Consumption monitoring of Utility services
ThingsLog low power data logger is an ideal solution for consumption monitoring of water, electrical, or heat energy. Ideal solution for utility operators, hotels, manufacturers, and even households. If you are interesting please read more here .
Monitoring of PMA/DMA zones
The data logger has multiple pulse and analog inputs – ideal for combined flow and pressure monitoring in water distribution networks! If you want to understand more how ThingsLog smart water solutions can help you to enter to smart water domain, reduce NRW losses and calculate automaticaly the water balance read more on our blog.
Monitoring of temperature and environment
If you need a solution for remote temperature, moisture, or air quality monitoring LPMDL-1101 is your choice! In addition, it did a good job during the COVID-19 crisis by helping dozens of doctors, pharmacists, and GPs as a remote vaccine refrigerator container monintoring.
Monitoring of livestock water consumption
If you are a livestock owner or has a chicken or pig farm most likely you know that the first and most important factor for the health status of an animal is how much water does it consume. Read more about that potential application of ThingsLog GPRS data logger on our blog.