Capacitive sensors - like our Stoock - are devices that receive and respond to chemical/physical stimuli or signals. This technology is based on the principle of the capacitor – it can detect the presence of objects without touching them. The sensor is triggered when it detects the presence of the object at a certain distance. The working principle is based on the change in the capacitance of the detection plaque, which is located in the sensitive area. According to international standards, capacitive sensors are the most durable and accurate.
Articles in this section
- 1 - How can I buy the multi-sensor Stoock?
- 2 - Do I need to buy a weather station?
- 3 - Is the data from the weather station closest to my farm reliable?
- 4 - Can I install the sensor on my own?
- 5 - How do I install the sensor?
- 6 - How do I turn the sensor on?
- 7 - How do I access the data gathered by my sensor?
- 8 - What kind of warranty does the sensor have?
- 9 - How many sensors do I need to have in my farm?
- 10 - How does the Stoock communicate?