Develco products extends window sensor’s battery life to 9 years

Develco products extends window sensor’s battery life to 9 years
Develco Products, a white-label product development company based in Denmark, announced recently that the battery life of its window sensor can now reach up to 9 years after a product update.

The window sensor detects and reports opening and closing of doors and windows in a house. It also has a built-in temperature measuring functionality, making it capable of detecting and reporting changes in temperature. Before the update, the battery of the sensor lasted a minimum of 2 years. With the update, the battery lifetime reaches up to 9 years.

More and more wireless sensors are installed in homes across the globe to enable remote monitoring. However, as many of the sensors are powered by batteries, a fundamental consideration when choosing the right ones for an IoT solution is to avoid devices that need constant battery changing.

With the update, the window sensor also requires less maintenance, which can benefit both IoT solution providers and end users.

One million IoT products deployed

Worldwide, devices are getting smarter and more connected than ever before. In recent years, the true potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) has started to reveal itself. The demand for IoT devices is increasing tremendously.

Develco Products said it has now deployed 1,000,000 products. The company offers a wide range of IoT products, including multiprotocol gateway and various sensors, alarms, smart plugs, and meter interfaces. All of our products are white label, meaning that they can be integrated into existing IoT solutions under any brand.

Develco Products says that in the IoT industry, the demand for connected devices is not restricted to only certain industries. The business has been extended in the past couple of years, Develco said. From mainly serving smart energy businesses, its clients now include home automation and security services. Most recently there has been an increasing demand from the eHealth industry, the company said.
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