Posted on July 23, 2010 - ( views)
Omega's zED Series wireless transmitters are designed to monitor sensors for temperature, humidity, and barometric pressure, as well as thermocouples and any transducer with an analogue voltage or current output. A web browser is sufficient to record data and view active charts in web pages over an Ethernet network or the Internet. Alarms can be set for notifications by email including text messages to mobile phones. The radio is a High Power IEEE 802.15.4 compliant transmitter operating at 2.4 GHz. It can transmit over one kilometer. The electronics of this wireless transmitter are protected in a rugged weatherproof, polycarbonate IP65 rated housing.
One Omega Drive, Riverbend
M44 5BD Irlam, Manchester
Also records up to 65k temperature data points
25 pressure ranges from 0-70 mbar to 0-700 bar
Accept a variety of resistance sensors
M12 micro DIN enabled
Easily trimmed to size for 20-20 mm pipe diameters
250kgf to 9 tonnes load range
Watertight & dust protected
connects to a PC via a USB port
for environmental monitoring
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