Smart buildings often contain sensors that monitor everything from temperature to water consumption to access control and more. These sensors communicate on different protocols, which makes the management of Smart Buildings inefficient and cumbersome.

Merge RF solves this problem by creating a self-configuring and self-healing mesh network that integrates any sensor communicating on any protocol making it possible to manage all sensor data in one unified view. In addition, the network enables Bluetooth roaming for mobile sensors.

(Video showing sensor- and actuator data flow is found here)

Supported Communication Technologies

Wireless M-Bus OMS

Wireless M-Bus OMS is a future-proof communication standard as it is based on European norms EN 13757 and is supported by the industry.  OMS ensures full interoperability for utility meters and sensors and is supported by large member companies.

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Bluetooth Low Energy
Long Range

Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is a widely used protocol for wireless connectivity with more than 4 Billion devices (2020) in the market. BLE has become a de-facto standard for wellness- and mobile health sensors operating in the world-wide 2.4 GHz frequency spectrum.

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MODBUS

Modbus is a wired interface for I/O connectivity to various devices for building automation like valves and HVAC ventilation control. Modbus has become a de facto standard and MergeRF directly interfaces to 3rd party off-the-shelf actuators for enabling reduced energy consumption and reduced emissions.

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LPWAN Mesh Network infrastructure

LPWAN defines wireless wide area network technologies that need to cover a long range but need little power and low bandwidth, commonly known as LPWA networks or LPWAN (low-power, wide-area networks). MergeRF relies on proven wireless mesh-networks as building block of the infrastructure.

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