Ubiquiti mFi-DS - Door and window sensor for mFI systems
mFI™ is a Machine-to-Machine management system from Ubiquiti Networks, Inc. The hardware can manage and control the mFI from the mFI controller software.
The mFI Controller software allows you to create rules that execute actions based on data from the mFI's sensors. For example, motion detection might turn on a light, or a high temperature reading might trigger a fan. The mFI platform is compatible with third-party devices, so the options are limitless.
The mFI mPort has two RJ45 connectors and a terminal block connector. The mPort Serial RS232/422/485 has connectivity via a standard DB9 serial port or terminal block connector. Both have built-in WiFi and Ethernet to connect to the IP network.
Plug and play: Use of standard Ethernet cable to connect machines and sensors. Use of WiFi to seamlessly connect from mFIs to IP network nodes. Unlimited scalability of devices.
Powerful functions to create strong relationships between sensors, machines and electro-regulable devices.
Cloud and mobile access networks: Supports multiple mFIs from any remote location via a web browser. New devices can be instantly discovered and provisioned through the cloud.
Sophisticated user experience of automatic machine detection through the creation of intuitive and powerful rules, the mFI controller transforms a network of machines into an automated symphony.
Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Mac OS X or Linux Ubuntu 12.04. 64-Bit Operating System Recommended (32-bit only supports 2 GB database).
Web browser: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 (or higher).
Java Runtime Environment 1.6 (1.6.0_26 or higher recommended).
Flash Player 10.
2 GB of RAM or more is highly recommended.
50 x 9.5 x 7.7 mm (1.97 x 0.37 x 0.30")
Weight (Magnet and Switch)
350 g (12.35 oz)
Form A (SPST)
1.0A @ 28VDC
Initial Contact Resistance
0.3 Ω Maximum
20 mm (Typical)
Adhesive or Screws (Included)
-10 to 60° C (14 to 140° F)
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