Parker Hannifin Corporation has introduced a low energy wireless sensor platform for monitoring pressure, temperature, and humidity in liquid and gas applications. Parker’s SensoNODE Low Energy Wireless Monitoring Sensors and SensoNODE mobile iOS application are the first in a family of products the company is launching in 2014. The SensoNODE family puts data in the palms of users’ hands, helping to predict problems and prevent downtime in a variety of equipment and facility applications, thus saving time and money on costly labor or repairs.
Parker will be demonstrating the new low energy wireless sensor platform and its uses in the medical device market in Booth #2811 at MD&M West, February 11-13, 2014, at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California.
Developed with the mobile worker in mind, Parker’s wireless sensors eliminate the constraints of traditional wired sensors in everyday applications. Small in size and easily installed, the wireless sensors offer a sealed sensor housing to facilitate sensor location in challenging environments where a wired sensor platform is impractical or impossible. There are three individual sensor options that can monitor pressure, temperature, and humidity in a wide range of liquid and gas applications.
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