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Wireless Current Sensing Smart Sensor

Adaptive Wireless Solutions
Wireless Current Sensing Smart Sensor
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The CURR-1022 utilizes a standard IEEE 802.15.4 radio chip, a radio amplifier and Sensicast’s patent-pending Distributed Frequency Spread Spectrum (DFSS) to ensure ultra-reliability in environments that are typically unfriendly to wireless products, such as factories, refineries and power plants.
The CURR-1022 is a two-channel device that can be powered through a locally-wired power source or through an external battery. The device is completely configurable through the SensiNet Wireless Sensor Network, through which the end user can dynamically adjust the data reporting interval.

It is supported by a completely wireless, self-configuring,
self-healing, power-managed sensor network.
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January 01, 2014 (5 years ago)
Battery
8.9 inches (") 22.61 centimeters (cm) 226.06 millimeters (mm)
14 inches (") 35.56 centimeters (cm) 355.6 millimeters (mm)
3.5 inches (") 8.89 centimeters (cm) 88.9 millimeters (mm)
Wireless Improves Efficiency in Compressed Air Systems
Wireless Improves Efficiency in Compressed Air Systems
Hollingsworth and Vose wanted to improve the efficiency of their compressed air system, lower the electricity expense component of manufacturing cost in their commodity industry, and conserve energy leading to lowered greenhouse gas emissions. Compressed air systems degrade over time and become leaky and inefficient. Hollingsworth and Vose wanted to increase the frequency of system inspections without paying the high cost of manual labor.
Rapid and Simple Installation Provides Access to Critical Data
Rapid and Simple Installation Provides Access to Critical Data
The customer needed to monitor non-contact alignment and non-contact process temperature in different positions along a 100-meter production line. Space around the line is tight and operators and forklift trucks are passing by constantly. Installation of correctly routed cables from sensors back to the control station would have been expensive and would have taken too long and caused too much disruption to ongoing operations.
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