Tag: Wireless Sensors

Wireless Communications for Monitoring and Control IoT Markets

With the growing markets and hype around the Internet of Things (IoT) a number of companies have brought out wireless modular products to meet the demand for telemetry networks. With no clear standards or leaders, these companies have tried to design the winning technology and most universal platform that system companies will adopt and use to build their next generation IoT wireless monitoring systems. Some designs started from scratch (eg … Read more

Low power consumption enables battery powered sensors

The use of battery powered sensors is growing within the manufacturing and technology industry as they can avoid the regulatory and high costs associated with hardwired devices. Through careful power management these sensors can run for many years run on a single battery or charge. When integrated with wireless communications networks this is a great way for large plant companies to build big data infrastructures. Advantages to using wireless battery … Read more

Why Use Remote Monitoring and Control Solutions?

Remote sensor systems are designed to monitor and control a variety of large facilities, such as power plants, factories, airports and more. These systems can with some degree automate activities that go on in these facilities. They receive data from sensors and user-inputs to help with efficiency and automation, either directly controlling a process or providing meaningful information to the operator. Plexus Controls offer a range of battery operated sensors, … Read more

The Different Kinds of Battery Operated Wireless Sensors

Battery Operated Wireless Sensors are one of the highest growing markets in the IoT field. There are clear advantages to this technology – Battery operated wireless sensors are: Easy to install, no wiring No EMI Low maintenance Low cost New Lithium batteries provide excellent power-density performance Battery operated wireless sensors can directly connect to most existing standard 4-20mA and 0-5V sensors, providing sensor power and optimizing battery life through fast … Read more