WATTECO - TORAN'O AtEx zone 1 IP68 - 50-70-150

The Toran'O AtEx zone 1 sensor is used to report status changes, pulse count values and analog measurements of equipment in an AtEx 1 sensitive zone such as water, gas, electricity or thermal energy meters, mechanical pressure switches, pressure transducers. It allows existing equipment to communicate over a public or private LoRaWAN® network.

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Key features highlights :


  • In explosive atmospheres, read index values from gas, electricity, water or energy meters with pulse output; load curve monitoring.
  • Detection of leaks, fraud and tear off.
  • Check the condition of mechanical pressure switches located in sensitive areas.
  • Associated with a pressure probe, measurements on a gas network.


  • LoRaWAN®, Class A
  • Easy to install and use
  • 3 pulse inputs or status reports
  • 3 analog inputs:
    • 2x 0-5V
    • 1x 4-20mA
  • 2 power supply outputs: ~5Vdc and ~16Vdc
  • SAFT LS17500 Lithium battery on holder
  • Differential data compression
  • IP55 or IP68
  • Up to 8 years of autonomy


  • RED, RoHS
  • AtEx Zone 1 certification according to marking:
    • Ex II 2 G
    • Ex ib IIB, IIC T4 Gb
    • -20 ≤ Tamb ≤ +50°C

Description :

The TORAN'O AtEx zone 1 sensor allows metering from the pulse output of water, gas, electricity or energy meters to monitor consumptions. The TORAN'O sensor enables all your mechanical pressure switches in AtEx zone 1 explosive atmospheres to communicate with one another and to report state changes. It transforms existing meters into communicating meters via a public or private LoRaWAN® network.

Associated with a pressure probe, the TORAN'O AtEx zone 1 sensor allows the pressure information to be transmitted to the LoraWAN® network.

Installation and commissioning are quick and easy.

The sensor has:

  • a switch used for its activation and deactivation,
  • 2 LEDs to monitor the configuration and pairing to the network.

Counting data can be stored in the local memory and compressed before being transmitted over the public or private LoRaWAN® network. This reporting technique is particularly suitable for transmitting load curves as it considerably reduces the amount of data transmitted while preserving the autonomy of the sensor.

When powered by a SAFT 3.6V/3600mAh Lithium battery, the autonomy of the sensor is 10 years (data compression mode) with a configuration that performs one measurement per day and one transmission per day.

Installation, maintenance and operation must be carried out exclusively by a technician qualified for the use of electrical equipment in explosive atmospheres as defined in EN 60079-14.

Specifications :
Manufacturer name WATTECO
SKU 1890-12902-1
Manufacturer Part number 50-70-150
Seller SKU 50-70-150
Product Attributes Metering, Modems, Bridges
RF Region EU868 - Europe 863-870MHz
LoRa Class Class A
Solution Represented Smart Agriculture, Smart Cities, Energy and Utilities, Smart Industries, Other, Smart Operations, Smart Building, Smart Metering
Power supply Non rechargeable battery
Battery type Lithium ion
Output throughput (mW) 25
Antenna Integrated
RF transceiver SX1272
Interfaces 4-20mA, Analog, Numerique, Other, 0/10V
Operating Temperature (min to max) -20°C to +50°C
Depth (cm) 5,6
Width (cm) 9,2
Height (cm) 9,2
Technical datasheet

Watteco Toran'o Sensor - Datasheet

Lead-time if backordered (in working days) 20
Lead-time if in Stock (in working days) 5
Technical documents
Seller conditions Seller commercial condition
Seller shipping condition
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