Door sensor for substation and building monitoring

Substation and building monitoring is the way to go. Easy to install LoRa device to monitor unsupervised substation or building entries in real-time.


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Product description

The Dragino LDS01 door sensor detects whether a door is open or closed and is ideal for infrastructure, smart buildings, smart factories and security applications. Its easy installation in combination with clear insight and automated warnings allow you to effectively and efficiently monitor door status in any situation.


  • Door Open/Close detection
  • Sends periodical data every day as well as for each door open/close action
  • Counts the door open times and calculates last door open duration
  • Battery easily replaceable  (designed for 1 year)
  • LoRaWAN Class A protocol

Software functionality

The online Withthegrid application is designed to give the user a complete overview of asset performance. As a result, alerts can be set for each deviation which will be delivered to the user via email as well as visualized in the platform dashboard. The dashboard features time series data, geographic visualization, asset condition overviews and data exports. In short, you will be in total control of your assets. Furthermore the overview can be enriched with manual measurements from the field.

Deep integration with this door sensor for substation and building monitoring allows you to:

  • Automatically detect anomalies (insights into the status of doors being opened and closed)
  • Monitor the performance of your assets with an IO output
  • Monitor follow-up actions for your personnel

Device specification

Dimensions 64 x 30 x 14 mm
Battery CR2032
Communication LoRaWAN Class A
Frequency Bands CN470/EU433/KR920/US915/EU868/AS923/AU915/IN865/RU864

For more information regarding the products specifications, requirements and benefits these can be found in the datasheet. The datasheet can be retrieved from the datasheet button on the left-hand site of the page.