New IoT opportunities for solution providers on the American market


February 22, 2018

Businesses selling their IoT solution on the American market can now use Develco Products’ devices to include security and comfort functionalities since additional devices have been FCC certified. The Motion Sensor, Window Sensor, and Humidity Sensor are joining the Gateway in being FCC certified.

Integration of multiple functionalities

With the necessary FCC certification in place, the functionalities offered by the three ZigBee sensors are now ready to be sold on the American market. Since all the sensors are deployment-ready white label devices, they can easily and seamlessly be integrated into IoT solutions.

With the Motion Sensor, detection of occupancy, light, and temperature is possible at the same time. The Window Sensor is ideal for automatic lighting and access control as it detects and reports the opening and closing of doors and windows. With the Humidity Sensor, measurement of the indoor climate and the temperature can help maintain the ideal comfort level in a room. All of the products are ideal for solutions within a wide range of areas, including smart home, assisted living, home security, building management, and smart energy.

Complying with FCC rules

The FCC certification is required for all electronic products manufactured or sold in the United States. It certifies that the amount of electromagnetic radiation emitted from a product is under the limits approved by the Federal Communications Commission. To achieve the FCC certification, Develco Products’ devices have been tested and found to comply with the FCC rules in terms of not causing harmful interference to radio services.

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