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Tarts Sensors Diagram

How Do Tarts Wireless Sensors Work?

  1. Start with a Tarts Wireless Gateway for your preferred platform. Arduino, Raspberry Pi or BeagleBone Black.
  2. Choose from over 20 different types of wireless sensors that you want to create with.
  3. Use our example program code to get started with some of the basic functions.

What Can You “Make” With Tarts Wireless Sensors?

Unleash Your Inner Geek and Start Creating!

 

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    • Single 30 mA transistor switch
    • Single LED indicator.
    • FCC, IC and CE certified

    * product image may vary slightly from actual product shipped.

    • Temperature range: -40°C to +85°C ( -40°F to +185°F )
    • Accurate to +/- 2% (1° C or 1.8° F)
    • 250 – 300 ft. non-line-of-sight RF range
    • Estimated battery life with coin cell is 1-2 years
    • FCC, IC and CE certified
    • Senses immediate presence of water
    • Can also sense non-presence of water
    • Use for detection of any non-combustible liquid
    • 250 – 300 ft. non-line-of-sight RF range
    • Estimated battery life with coin cell is 1-2 years
    • FCC, IC and CE certified
    • Senses immediate presence of water anywhere along the detection rope
    • 10 foot water rope (expandable in 10 foot sections up to 100 feet)
    • 250 – 300 ft. non-line-of-sight RF range
    • Estimated battery life with coin cell is 1-2 years
    • FCC, IC and CE certified
    • +/- 1.8% accuracy (between 10% – 90% RH)
    • 0 – 100% RH operating range
    • Scientific grade sensor
    • 250 – 300 ft. non-line-of-sight RF range
    • Estimated battery life with coin cell is 1-2 years
    • FCC, IC and CE certified
    • Passive infrared sensor technology
    • Sensing range of 16.4 ft (5 m)
    • 250 – 300 ft. non-line-of-sight RF range
    • Estimated battery life with coin cell is 1-2 years
    • FCC, IC and CE certified
    • Magnetic sensor
    • 250 – 300 ft. non-line-of-sight RF range
    • Estimated battery life with coin cell is 1-2 years
    • FCC, IC and CE certified

 

Testimonials

  • I Love These Things!

    I am just starting to learn Arduino so I'm not an expert, but Tarts wireless sensors are some of the coolest things I've seen. I'm blown away by how simple these things are to get working with! I just plug the Tarts gateway shield onto my Arduino, load the sample code with my sensor's ids then put batteries in the sensors. My mind is racing now just thinking of all the ways I can use these!

    Mark S

  • These things are FUN!

    I ordered a Tarts Gateway for Arduino and a few sensors and control devices to start with. These things are fun! It took about a half an hour to get up and running! I'm building my own "Smart Home" and Tarts Sensors are just the ticket!

    WeekendWarrior


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