Infrared Temperature Sensor has wireless transmitter.
June 2, 2011 -
Combining remote IR sensor and radio wireless transmitter in weather-resistant NEMA 4X enclosure, Model UWIR-2-NEMA transmits process temperature, ambient temperature, signal strength, and battery status. Non-contact unit measures temperature from 0-1,000įF and features adjustable emissivity from .10-1.0. Included software converts user's PC into multi-channel chart recorder or data logger. To extend battery life, Model UWIR-2-NEMA includes sleep mode.
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|Original Press release |
Omega Engineering, Inc.
River Bend Executive Center
Stamford, CT, 06907
OMEGA ENGINEERING Introduces Non-Contact Infrared Temperature Sensor with Wireless Transmitter
Stamford, CT USA
Omega's new infrared sensor with wireless transmitter features remote IR sensor and radio wireless transmitter in a NEMA enclosure. Each unit transmits process temperature, ambient temperature, signal strength, and battery status. This unit features an adjustable emissivity from .10 to 1.0 and one receiver has the ability to work with up to 48 transmitters. The low power operation and sleep mode feature allows for a long battery life. Package comes with free software that converts your PC into a multi-channel chart recorder or data logger. It interfaces with other Omega products, the UWTC-REC1 for multi-channel PC chart recording and data logging or UWTC-REC2 (Single Channel Industrial Transceiver with Analog Output and Alarm.)
Price Starts at $285
The complete spec sheet: http://www.omega.com/Temperature/pdf/UWIR-2.pdf
Phone: 1-800-TC-OMEGA or 203-359-1660