Peatlands are very important for the earth. According to the website www.iucn.org, damaged peatlands are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions, annually releasing almost 6% of global anthropogenic CO2 emissions. Peatland restoration can therefore bring significant emissions reductions. This device will help for the peatlands monitoring using IoT technology. This device will measure humidity and temperature of peatlands, put a temperature and humidity sensor on the ground for measuring. Measured data will be sent to a web server using GPRS network. For the backup if the device have low signal, on the device will installed 433 Mhz RF communication module for communication backup between site device and web server. This device will use solar panel systems for the power supply.