Moko has a new video showing the H4 waterproof sensor beacon being tested. It first shows the beacon being submerged in water after which the temperature and humidity is shown in the accompanying management app.
It’s unusual to have a beacon that’s both waterproof and can report temperature and humidity because a hole is usually needed to allow allow passing of temperature and humidity to the sensor on the printed circuit board. The H4 solves this problem by having the sensor in a small cage at the side of the case.
The beacon also has a logging function stores up to 4000 historical temperature and humidity values.
This beacon transmits up to 6 channels including iBeacon, Eddystone (TLM, UID, URL), temperature/humidity and information (device name, MAC address, battery level ).
The sensor is held outside the beacon in a small cage that allows the beacon to be waterproof to IP66. A unique feature is logging that allows storing and export of up to 4000 historical sensor values: