Hardware Details

Hardware details


Seamlessly Integrate Standard Hardware Solutions with PETRAN

PETRAN, our comprehensive platform catering to asset performance management, people tracking, and sustainability management, is engineered with versatility in mind. It seamlessly integrates with a diverse array of standard hardware solutions, offering unparalleled flexibility and compatibility across various industries. This adaptability ensures that organizations can leverage PETRAN effectively, regardless of their specific hardware requirements, to optimize operations and meet their sustainability goals.

Network Connectivity
Network Connectivity
Discover the diverse IoT network connectivity options available for PETRAN, providing seamless integration and robust connectivity for your asset management needs. From traditional Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to cutting-edge LoRaWAN and NB-IoT, PETRAN offers a range of connectivity solutions tailored to your specific requirements.

Cellular Networks (3G, 4G, 5G)

Broad coverage, high bandwidth, high cost

LAN/PAN Networks (Bluetooth, Wi-Fi)

High bandwidth, limited coverage, scalability issues


Remote, low-power applications, suitable for IoT

Mesh Protocols (Zigbee, Z-Wave, RFID)

Distributed networks, industrial, home automation, asset tracking

Communication Protocols

HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol)

Web data transfer protocol

MQTT (Message Queuing Telemetry Transport)

Lightweight IoT messaging protocol

TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol)

Internet communication standard

CoAP (Constrained Application Protocol)

IoT protocol for constrained devices

UDP (User Datagram Protocol)

Connectionless data transmission protocol

FTP (File Transfer Protocol)

File transfer over networks

SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)

Network device management protocol

SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)

Email transmission protocol

SIP (Session Initiation Protocol)

VoIP call setup protocol

IoT Sensors Used for Asset Performance Management

Vibration Sensors

These sensors detect vibrations in machinery, which can indicate potential faults or abnormalities. By analyzing vibration patterns, maintenance teams can predict equipment failures and schedule maintenance before major breakdowns occur.

Temperature Sensors

Monitoring the temperature of equipment and assets can help detect overheating, which is often a precursor to failure. Temperature sensors can also be used to optimize operating conditions and prevent damage due to excessive heat.

Pressure Sensors

Pressure sensors are used to monitor fluid pressure in equipment such as pumps, valves, and pipelines. Sudden changes in pressure can indicate leaks, blockages, or other issues that need attention.

Flow Sensors

Flow sensors measure the rate of fluid flow in pipes and systems. By monitoring flow rates, organizations can detect inefficiencies, leaks, or malfunctions in equipment such as pumps, compressors, and cooling systems.

Energy Watcher

These sensors monitor electrical currents flowing through equipment and systems. Sudden changes in current levels can indicate electrical faults, overload conditions, or other issues that may affect equipment performance.

Gas and Chemical Sensors

In industries such as manufacturing, chemical processing, and oil and gas, sensors are used to monitor gas and chemical levels for safety and environmental compliance.

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