Wireless Switches performs high/ low level detection.

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Suitable for start/stop control, presence/position sensing, counting, alarm signaling, high/low level detection, wireless switches generate and receive “on/off” signals. Wireless switches help in developing robust, reliable digital switches and sensors.


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Wireless Industrial Switches - FAQ

Steute Industrial Controls of Ridgefield CT offers a comprehensive line of Industrial Grade Wireless Switches.

In the past, the majority of wireless industrial control devices available have been for the monitoring, transmitting, receiving and processing of continuously variable (analog) parameters such as temperature, pressure, flow, humidity and speed. More recently an array of wireless components has emerged that generate and receive simple “on-off” signals for start/stop control, presence/position sensing, counting, alarm signaling, high/low level detection, and other desired digital inputs. This is now changing with the development and introduction of a number of robust, reliable digital switches, sensors and related accessories.

With their availability, interested users posed a number of questions as they strove to become familiar with the design, performance and application of these new control solutions.

As a result, Steute has compiled the most frequently asked questions as they relate to this family of industrial-grade wireless components and accessories (e.g. receivers, range extenders, antennas, power supplies, field strength monitors). These valuable answers will aid in understanding if and how these devices may satisfy your application requirements.

For additional information and specifications on the Steute product line, go to the Steute Wireless website: www.SteuteWireless.com

Client Contact: Leonard Patti

(203) 244-6304

STEUTE Industrial Controls, Inc.

901 Ethan Allen Highway, Suite 102

Ridgefield, CT 06877 USA

Telephone: (203) 244-6304

Website: www.SteuteWireless.com

E-Mail: info@SteuteWireless.com

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