Murata IoT Solutions for Smart Buildings

IoT solutions for smart buildings from Murata

A smarter way of life with Murata’s wireless and sensor solutions

Connected technology is changing the way we live. IoT solutions enable us to connect and automate building, technology, and energy systems, transforming the way our facilities are managed. Streamlining building automation processes, from heating and ventilation to air-conditioning and security, can reduce operating costs, improve occupancy services, and minimise a building's impact on the environment.

Whether at home or at work, Murata’s innovation in wireless communication and sensor technology is contributing to a smarter, more productive and efficient way of life.

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Murata provides energy device solutions for IoT applications as follows;

  • DC-DC converters
  • Micro batteries
     

DC-DC converters

NXE1 series
Murata NXE1

The NXE1 series is a range of low cost, lower profile, fully automated manufacture surface mount DC-DC converters.

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NXE2 series
Murata NXE2

The NXE2 series is a range of low cost, lower profile, fully automated manufactured surface mount DC-DC converters.

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NXJ1 series
Murata NXJ1

The 1W NXJ series is a range of low cost, lower profile, fully automated manufactured surface mount DC-DC converters. 

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Micro batteries

Coin cell batteries
Murata Coin Cell

Coin manganese dioxide lithium batteries are small-sized primary batteries for various applications such as smart entry systems or TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) for automobile, IoT devices and backup power source for memory.

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Murata offers an extensive range of sensors for IoT applications such as;

  • AMR
  • PIR
  • MEMS
  • Ultrasonic
     
AMR sensors
Murata AMR

AMR sensors include an IC to detect changes in the magnetic resistance of a magneto resistive element that is affected by an external magnetic field.

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PIR sensors
Murata PIR Sensor

Lead-type pyroelectric infrared sensors are are low-cost, high-sensitivity, high-RFI (Radio Frequency Immunity) and high-WLI (White Light Immunity) PIR sensors.

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MEMS sensors
Murata MEMS Sensor

3-axis MEMS sensors, which offer best-in-class characteristics for inclination and accelerometer measurements, with a digital SPI interface. 

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Ultrasonic sensors
Murata Ultrasonic Sensor

Ultrasonic sensors are small and lightweight, ideally suited for short-distance motion detection and home security.

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Murata’s sound components (buzzers) utilise the natural frequency of piezoelectric ceramics and have been adopted to various applications.
 

PKLCS/PKMCS series SMD buzzer
Murata AMR

The PKLCS/PKMCS series SMD type sounders for high-density mounting adopt Murata’s proprietary acoustic designs, structure design technology, and high-performance ceramics.

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A thermistor functions as a heating element and thermosensitive device, and plays an active role in various applications, such as temperature sensors, circuit protection and temperature compensation.
 

NCP series
Murata NCU series

The NCP series offers chip type temperature sensors ideal for temperature sensing and compensation.

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NXF series NTC
Murata NFX series

The NXF series of thermal string type NTC thermistors with flexible leads is a series of electronic components for detecting and measuring temperature.

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MTHMR-N-0002A series NTC thermistor evaluation board
Murata MTHMR-N-0002A series NTC

The MTHMR-N-0002A from Murata is a NTC thermistor evaluation board. The evaluation board can be utilised for testing temperature sensors (NTC thermistor, NXFT-series).

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Timing devices are passive component which create a clock signal using the piezoelectric effect. This is used for various applications including smart buildings.
 

XRCGB series crystal unit
Murata Type 1DX

The Murata XRCGB series is a compact high-quality, ESR and impact-resistant crystal unit with a frequency range from 20 to 23.99MHz

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WMRAG series MEMS resonator
Murata Type 1MW

The WMRAG series MEMS resonator achieves excellent frequency accuracy and stable temperature characteristics without the use of active elements to correct the initial frequency and frequency shift by temperature.

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Murata provides RF components and modules for wireless communication applications, offering you an extensive range of products such as WiFi, Bluetooth, LPWA, RFID, and many more.
 

Type 1DX series WiFi module
Murata Type 1DX

The type 1DX series WiFi smart module is a small and high performance module based on the Cypress CYW4343W combo chipset, which supports WiFi 802.11b/g/n + Bluetooth 4.2 BR/EDR/LE up to 65Mbps PHY data rate on WiFi and 3Mbps PHY data rate on Bluetooth.

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Type 1MW series WiFi module
Murata Type 1MW

The type 1MW series WiFi smart module is a small and very high performance module based on the Cypress CYW43455 combo chipset, which supports WiFi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac + Bluetooth 5.0 BR/EDR/LE up to 395MHz supported with 11ac 5GHz and 3Mbps PHY data rate on Bluetooth.

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MBN52832 series Bluetooth low energy module
Murata MBN52832

The MBN52832 is a Bluetooth low energy module. It enables ultra-low power connectivity for data communication. This is an ideal solution for Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

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Applications

  • Home appliances
  • Temperature / weather information
  • Security systems
  • Ceiling lights
  • Cloud servers
  • Smart phone tablets
  • Renewable energy/batteries/EVs
  • Smart metres

 

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Murata IoT solution for smart buildings

See how Murata's sensor, wireless, power and passive components can help your smart building applications function reliabilky and efficiently.

Engineers' Insight

PIR and ultrasonic sensors: what's the difference and how do they work

There are two primary technologies used in detecting the presence of people, pyro-electric / passive infra-red (PIR) and ultrasonic. Alessandro Mastellari takes a look at how they differ and how they work.

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