Soil is the foundation of terrestrial ecosystems and has the function of maintaining biodiversity, water, nutrients and oxygen. Soil provides the nutrients needed for plant growth and is the basis for plant growth. In the whole process of plant life. The soil has the ability to supply and coordinate the nutrients, water, air and heat required for the normal growth and development of plants. However, plants have different requirements for soil conditions. There are different requirements in different growth periods, and there is no uniform condition. Regarding soil, people generally use soil sensors for monitoring as needed. What types of soil sensors are there?
JXBS-3001-TH soil moisture sensor is a sensor based on 4G mobile network for data transmission. There is no need for special communication lines, and the Internet of Things detection can be realized by relying on the ubiquitous mobile phone signal network. The 4G sensor uses a stable and reliable operator network. It has the characteristics of mature technology, stable transmission, strong signal and wide coverage. At the same time, the device supports timing data collection and active upload to the server platform.
It is widely used in scientific experiments, water-saving irrigation, greenhouses, flowers and vegetables. As well as grassland pastures, rapid soil testing, and plant cultivation. There are also sewage treatment, grain storage and measurement of the moisture content of various particles.
It is suitable for the measurement of total soil salt (conductivity). The soil conductivity sensor greatly facilitates the evaluation of the soil condition of the customer’s system. .Compared with the German original high-precision sensor, the accuracy is high, the response is fast, and the output is stable. Suitable for all kinds of soil. Can be buried in the soil for a long time, resistant to long-term electrolysis, corrosion resistance, vacuum potting, and completely waterproof.