Although the field application of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) is widely varied, their use in practice is nominal due to the fact that existing sensor nodes do not meet necessary requirements, which are sensor integration with nodes and sending of sensed information to remote stations. In fact, sensor nodes face a number of challenges, such as scripts that cannot be fully changed, network routing algorithms not being written, and not receiving data from the most sensors. Therefore, a new sensor node has been developed (called WiSeN) which aims to be usable in all WSN applications. WiSeN has been developed for unlimited numbers and multiple types of sensors that can be connected, and it was designed to create a new and user-friendly alternative to sensors currently being used. (C) 2017 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.