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The AKKR8 sensor could upload to the Telenor MIC IoT-platform or other IoT platform, se separate secction, or to Azure or other MQTT-platforms. The settings for IoT-platforms, read frequency and thresholds are all pre-programmed before delivery.

The AKKR8 sensor has support for various sensors depending on model. The devices normal operation is to wake up on pre-defined time intervals and read its sensors, store data and go back to sleep. Update to the server will be handled occasionally at pre-defined intervals. These intervals have different settings, all done before shipping the sensor to you. However two of the sensors can trigger the AKKR8 to send data immediately to the server, overriding the battery saving storage of sensor values. These can be either one digital input or the vibration sensor.

The device can be run on a battery, disposable or built in. It has a Lithium Ion rechargeable, internal battery as default. The battery life time differs from use case to use case as it will be affected by the transmission frequency of the device. Other functions like the built in LED, what sensors you choose to use with the device and other parameters effects battery life. Please note that in order to save battery all sensors are powered down between measurements and powered up just before taking the measurements.

Default settings are as follows:

Read frequency: As default the device measures data every hour and stores the value in an internal buffer memory

Update frequency: as default the stored data is transferred via choosen network type once per 24 hours.

Update error: default: if the device can not reach the mobile network it will sleep for an additional 24 hours before trying again.

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Understanding AKKR8

Sorry for making your life hard with pronouncing our name. AKKR8 means "accurate".



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