The TA120 sensor combines the precision of a Class 1 sound level meter, maximum protection of an outdoor kit and full connectivity with CESVA NoisePlatform and open source platforms.
The TA120 sensor measures, according to IEC 61672-1 class 1, the equivalent continuous sound level with A frequency weighting in a single range of 35-120 dBA.
The integration time is configurable between 1s* and 60min and the measurement is continuous 24 hours / 7 days a week. The TA120 can be checked quickly with an acoustic calibrator (IEC 60942).
*Integration times shorter than 10s require high-speed networks.
The TA120 is very easy to install on street lights, marquees, billboards, shelters, kiosks and advertising posts and requires minimum annual maintenance.
The TA120 is powered through the mains, POE, 12 VDC voltage or through the urban lightning network with battery backup. The BA120 optional battery guarantees the sufficient duration and charging time to complete annual cycles.
outdoor kit of the TA120
respecting Class 1 measurement precision, to achieve a high protection
against external agents such as wind, rain, birds and insects; reaching IP65
according to IEC 60529.
The TA120 ensures proper acoustic performance at temperatures between -10 and +50° C. The materials used in the manufacture of TA120 ensure a long life cycle of the sensor.
The TA120 sensor is fully integrated into different platform connectivity
sensors as NoisePlatform, Sentilo, Telefonica, SmartyPlanet, etc. The communication can be performed through:
NoisePlatform is an on-line platform that displays and dynamically analyses, in real time, the noise measured by a mixed network of sensors and terminals that can monitor the entire area affected by noise-generating activities.
NoisePlatform heralds a step forward in noise
monitoring. Hitherto, monitoring projects were usually implemented with a
single terminal that was transported to different sites due to its high cost.
This meant that the information available was not simultaneous and the terminal installation costs were higher. NoisePlatform works with a mixed network of sensors and terminals that does away with all these obstacles to deliver continuous and multi-point noise monitoring, thanks mainly to the low cost of its sensors and minimum maintenance cost of the platform.
In addition, NoisePlatform is a precise, reliable and secure system (Class 1 measuring precision, reliability in data transmission, secure server certified with 256-bit SSL encryption) and 100% online (access, display and analysis).
Sentilo is an open source sensor and actuator platform designed to fit in the Smart City architecture of any city who looks for openness and easy interoperability. It’s built, used, and supported by an active and diverse community of cities and companies that believe that using open standards and free software is the first smart decision a Smart City should take.
A Smart City is an environment that involves many technologies and multiple agents: from sensors scattered throughout the whole city (to collect any kind of data: traffic, water, energy) to the mobile devices of the citizens; from mayors to traders. All this data must be managed by a platform that centralises and processes it.
The FIWARE platform provides a rather simple yet powerful set of APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) that ease the development of Smart Applications in multiple vertical sectors. The specifications of these APIs are public and royalty-free. Besides, an open source reference implementation of each of the FIWARE components is publicly available so that multiple FIWARE providers can emerge faster in the market with a low-cost proposition.
CESVA Sensor Manager is the
communications software for CESVA noise sensors. To communicate with the noise sensor,
install the CESVA USB Drivers and the CESVA Sensor Manager.
Compatible with Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.
When performing the communication, CESVA Sensor Manager displays the information for the TA120 sensor and allows check and adjust the sensitivity of the sensor, if necessary.
CESVA Sensor Manager allows set the communication parameters depending on the different communication options: Server, Ethernet port, modem GPRS/2G, Wi-Fi or current loop.
Module for data transmission GPRS/2G
Module for data transmission Wi-Fi
Module for current loop (4-20mA)
Internal lithium battery for day-time operation with urban lightning network
Kit for sensor support. Includes: support plate, 2 large plastic cable ties, 4 washers, 4 glower washers and 4 nuts.
Battery with autonomy of 7 days
Solar panel kit (BA120 Battery required)
Extender cable for preamp and microphone