OneEvent Technologies upgrades OnePrevent system with humidity and temperature sensors


OneEvent Technologies, a startup that created a predictive analytics engine for the building monitoring and security market, is adding a new humidity and temperature sensor to its lineup of innovative multi-sensors to augment its unique OnePrevent system. Acting as an additional layer of security, the OnePrevent system leverages a powerful cloud-based analytical engine that processes data collected by wireless sensors to determine what’s normal within a building or home environment. The system can help installation professionals grow their commercial and residential business with a preventative offering that is intuitive, easy to install, and complementary to existing building systems such as fire and burglary alarms.

The OneEvent humidity and temperature multi-sensor utilises state-of-the-art sensor IC technology, offering incredibly accurate measurements. Its wide operating range and excellent stability make it suitable for most harsh areas where accuracy is a must. The radio board interface allows the OneEvent transmitter to share environmental data with the OneEvent gateway, providing state-of-the-art predictive analysis, health checks and mobile client notification.

Featuring a rugged case and a wide temperature operating range of -40ºC to 85ºC, the humidity and temperature sensor has been designed for commissioning, maintenance and daily end-user interface. Under normal conditions, the sensor transmits data to the OneEvent gateway every 180 seconds, but once a rapid increase or decrease in either humidity or temperature is measured (humidity changes > 3.5% in a 4-second time period or temperature changes > 0.2°C in a 4-second time period), the sensor switches to sending data every 4 seconds. The unit includes a tamper-proof feature that sends an alert to the user if there is an unauthorised attempt to interfere with the sensor, and two replaceable CR123 batteries power the unit for up to 10 years. The sensor also transmits battery voltage and alerts the user when the batteries are low in power