How it works
1. Install one of more fence sensors
They're low power devices and the onboard batteries will last years between changes. The fence sensors transmit data over
LoRaWAN - a modern long range radio technology. They have a range of 10-15 km depending on terrain, trees, buildings,
2. Install a LoRaWAN base station
(if you don't already have one)
These generic base stations receive data from all fence sensors within range and forwards the data to your FaultAlert
account over 3G, satellite link, or your home wifi. They will even work with other LoRaWAN-enabled products.
3. Check your fence
Download the FaultAlert mobile app or login via your web browser. View the status of your fence at each sensor point
and receive alerts if the fence develops a fault. Alerts can be sent via mobile app, SMS or email.
If you are using multiple fence sensors then the location of the fault will be narrowed down between two sensors,
saving you from having to check the entire fence.
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