Stoock is an easy-to-install and energetically autonomous sensor that measures soil humidity and temperature at different depths, as well as solar radiation and air humidity and temperature.
What does Stoock measure?
- Solar radiation – (Infra-red and visible light) Interval between 300 and 1000 nm with 16 bit precision.
- Air humidity – Interval between 0 and 100 % with +/- 2% precision.
- Air temperature – Interval between -40 and 125 ºC with +/- 0,3 ºC precision.
- Soil humidity at many depths – Soil humidity capacitive probe with 28 bit precision.
- Soil temperature at many depths – Interval between -10 and 85 ºC with +/- 0,4 ºC precision.
Indirect parameters collected
Based on the parameters collected by the Stoocks and the weather stations we will be able to provide you with the following decision supporting information:
- Crops evapotranspiration.
- Soil water reservoir.
- Irrigation events prediction and reports.
- Weather prediction.
- Dew point.
- Wet leaf hours.
- Cold hours.
- Accumulated temperatures (Degrees /day).
An easy-to-install equipment – Install and configure one or more sensors without any fuss.
Adapted to your farm
Install multiple Stoocks on your farm and create a network of sensors for increased precision.
Measures at multiple depths
Measures soil humidity and temperature at multiple depths and adapts to the level of your crops’ roots.
Every Stoock either has a SIM card or communicates via a local protocol. There’s no need for wires – it can be placed practically anywhere on the farm.
The Stoock communicates to a server in the Cloud so you can access your information on your smartphone, tablet or computer, whenever and wherever you want.
Stoock has a photovoltaic panel and is energetically self-sufficient.