Dingtek Smart Waste Bin

  • Ultrasonic distance measurement technology
  • Accurate fill level assessment suitable for various waste bin types
  • Compact design and versatile mounting
  • 30cm to 400cm measurement range with ±1cm accuracy
  • IP68-rated enclosure | dust and water resistant

The Dingtek DF703 Smart Waste Bin Sensor uses ultrasonic distance measurement technology to assess waste bin fill levels accurately. With a measurement range of 30cm to 400cm and an accuracy of 1cm, the sensor enables real-time monitoring and data-driven optimization of waste collection routes and schedules. The DF703 includes wireless communication modules such as LoRaWAN and NB-IoT, which allow remote monitoring and control in various environments.
The DF703 has an IP68-rated enclosure to withstand harsh environmental conditions, including dust and water resistance. With its built-in 3.6V lithium battery, the sensor consumes little power and has a service life of up to 5 years for long-term, low-maintenance operation. The DF703’s compact design and versatile mounting options allow for simple installation in a variety of waste bin types, including public bins, dumpsters, and compactors.

Use Case Applications:

  • Municipal Waste Management: Cities and local governments can improve overall efficiency in public waste management services by optimizing waste collection schedules and lowering operational and operating costs.
  • Waste Management Companies: By ensuring timely and efficient waste pickup, private waste collection companies can streamline their collection routes, reduce fuel consumption, and improve customer satisfaction.
  • Commercial and Industrial Facilities: Large facilities such as shopping malls, office complexes, and manufacturing plants can monitor and manage waste generation, reducing overflow and maintaining a clean environment.
  • Educational Institutions: Schools, colleges, and universities can improve waste collection on campus, promoting a cleaner learning environment and raising awareness of sustainable waste management practices.
  • Public Event Venues: The sensor can be used in stadiums, concert halls, and other large event venues to ensure efficient waste collection and disposal during and after events, as well as to maintain cleanliness.
  • Parks and Recreation Facilities: Ensure timely waste collection and promote a cleaner, more enjoyable environment for visitors by monitoring and managing waste in public parks, beaches, and other recreational areas.