In our digital world, we often need to monitor various parameters of the environment. For
example, in data centers or server farms, engineers are to check air temperature and humidity,
the presence of the AC power, etc. to maintain the optimal operating mode of the hardware.
Or, it may be a matter of necessity to monitor temperature, ambient light level and water
leaks in a smart home. This is where Tibbo Sensor Monitoring Device (SMD) comes in handy.
Tibbo's hardware modular design and the untroubled ease of programming make TPB (Tibbo
Project Box) platform ideal for building a device that monitors various sensors, not only
those that measure environmental parameters, but, virtually, any sensor that reports digital
or analog values.
Support for multiple protocols, such as ModBus and SNMP, allows seamless device integration
into existing infrastructure. Numerous communication ports support major sensor
types: RS232, RS485, Dry Contact, 1-wire, and I2C.
Our Sensor Monitoring Device (SMD) is based on Tibbo TPP3 G2 board, although it is possible
to use smaller TPP2 PCB, thus limiting the number of supported features.
When a space saving installation is a matter of necessity, ultra-compact design gives Tibbo SMD
an advantage over other products available on the market. Tibbo SMD can come complete with
DIN Rail/Wall Mounting Kit for your convenience.
Tibbo SMD is a highly configurable device. Need more dry contacts but don't need I2C? Replace
direct I/O lines tibbits with optoisolated inputs. Have no use for SMS notifications? Remove
«Take what you need. Leave out what you don't!»
Tibbo's Line of Sensors
Building a sensor network can be a no-brainer if you use Tibbo sensors. We offer a broad line of
sensor options, ranging from temperature and humidity sensors to ADC and accelerometers.
All Tibbo's sensors have an RS485 serial interface which enables you to install a sensor up to 1000
meters away from the sensing equipment. Sensors can be connected to a single port in a daisy-chain style,
allowing to build cost-effective solutions. Each sensor has a strong plastic casing that can be attached
to almost any surface using screws, two-sided scotch tape or plastic cable ties.
Our sensors are smart hardware. «Smart» means each sensor contains a peripheral interface controller,
which runs their own firmware and reports the measured parameter(s) in a human readable format. Firmware
can be upgraded at any time via a serial port. Sensors draw power directly from monitoring device, hence
no external power supply is required.