Soil Moisture Sensor


Senstick Probe SSM30


Big savings

Monitoring of soil moisture and the exact number of precipitation, allows farmers to set the appropriate amount of irrigation. Switching irrigation on and off, the areas under irrigation can be easily controlled remotely in an application on a PC, phone, or tablet. After easy installation of the sensors in the soil and on trees and posts, the data will appear in the easy-to-use platform, where you can immediately monitor the necessary data.

 

Who is it for? Farmers, Farm Managers, Irrigation managers, and Park management personnel.

 

 

  • Reduces irrigation costs.
  • Detection of irrigation system failures.
  • Prevents frost utilizing predictive algorithms.
  • Predicts the workability of soil by monitoring farm area moisture.

Features

Harsh Environments
Easy Installation & Integration
Customizable Settings
Up to 7 Years of Battery Life
NFC or OTA Reconfigurable
IP65 Water & Dust Resistant Rating
Product sheet

Made in EU

Quality is the first focus of Senzemo. The sensors, aside from standing out by their design, are sourced and assembled in European Union, and produced using quality materials, which makes them much more reliable and precise.

They are built to last for a long time and if you don’t take into account the batteries, the sensors could last for decades. On Lorawan they can work up to 50km away from the gateway and offer easy assembling so that everyone, integrators, or end clients can have a quality experience with them.

  • Reliable.
  • Built to last.
  • For a long time.

SSM30 in action

Adam Novak, a local apple orchard owner, asked himself.

  • How do I save on pricey resources?
  • How can I increase yield?
  • How can I save time on manual inspections?

He was using timer-based irrigation systems to water the apple trees. However, he couldn’t monitor the level of soil moisture or potential failures in the irrigation system. His farming areas differed in soil complexity affecting the level of volumetric water content. Over or under-irrigating meant more spending in terms of water, electricity, and produce.

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