The best way to answer this questions is to divide our wireless sensor into two elements:
- The actual sensor itself
- And the 30MHz wireless box
The lifespan of the actual sensor itself is dependent on the specifications of the third party sensor manufacturer. Also depending on the environmental conditions a sensor is deployed at the customers site. Our experience is that the sensor itself often has a longer lifespan than written down in the specifications of the third party sensor manufacturer. We have sensors deployed at customers sites that are there for already 4 years, but again depending on environmental conditions and the specific sensor.
The 30MHz wireless box is the part where the wireless data transmission from the sensor takes place. This component has a minimal expected lifetime of 5 years.
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