Yes. Air often becomes trapped inside waste basket bins. When this occurs, an ordinary fill level sensor might register the bin as “full”. This can happen even immediately after changing the bag. Our system uses a Photo Sensor in addition to our Fill Sensor. This helps determine whether the bag is affecting fill level status. If the Photo Sensor picks up only white or black (depending on the color of the bag) our system will determine the bin does not require attention.
Yes, as long as we know the bin model. In order to conserve energy, sensors prefer to utilize single hop communication for data uploading within their communication range. We use the shortest route possible to cover as many sensors as possible. At 75%, we would need to add to the route plan.
Yes. Our Fill Sensors can monitor fill level in bins constructed of any material. However, containers of certain dimensions require multiple devices and a local network. One sensor would act as the “Parent” and the others the “Children”. This model requires only one cell signal.
We offer a Laser-Based and an Ultrasonic Fill Sensor. Sensors are modular. Swapping and replacement is possible.
The Ultrasonic Sensor uses the same technology as your vehicle’s back-up camera. This provides a high level of value and reliability. The Ultrasonic Sensor is waterproof to prevent malfunction caused by spills or liquid waste.
Yes, with GPS module and Software registration. Users can view the exact location of containers on an Android or iOS device. Software registration includes adding each container and its location, altitude included. This helps locate containers on different floors.