Case Study: the Siap+Micros NanoSUM datalogger developed on Telit Cinterion technology

Telit Cinterion, global leader in ICT technologies, IoT solutions and CIber Security has recently published the success story built together with Siap+Micros relating to the NanoSUM datalogger designed and created by SIAP+MICROS thanks to the integration of Telit LPWA cellular modules and the environment integrated IoT AppZone software. In particular, the LPWA module offers reliable connectivity, extremely low power consumption and extraordinary battery life, even for IoT devices in hard-to-reach places.
This product, widely used in Italy and around the world, represents, as Telit itself highlights ( /), the best answer to a decidedly current challenge: developing a programmable datalogger with very low energy consumption. To obtain this important result, the collaboration with Telit Cinterion proved to be the winning choice that was able to enhance Telit’s innovative ICT technologies and the unique skills in the development of technological solutions for environmental monitoring developed by Siap+Micros.
The NanoSUM, as demonstrated by the nameplate data and the numerous case studies in the field, represents a highly efficient datalogger equipped with an integrated 4G modem with 2G fallback, characterized by exceptionally low consumption (between < 0.4 mA and < 5 mA). For this reason, the NanoSUM can be powered with a very small photovoltaic panel and, where this is not possible, only with small batteries to power the device with an autonomy of up to four years. Its compact dimensions allow it to be housed in small spaces, such as manholes, well mouths and electrical panels.
It is no coincidence that NanoSUM was selected for the Tuscany Region’s phreatimetric network, unique in terms of importance and extension in Italy and abroad. As further proof of the excellent feedback received from the instrument even abroad, SIAP+MICROS has obtained a contract for the supply of NanoSUM for a revamping project of over 200 rain gauge stations owned by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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