Networked Pressure Sensor
If you are interested in centrally collecting the pressure data from a fume hood, clean room, or other source, and are interested in receiving alarm notifications such as e-mail, text, and voice when the data is out of range, consider the Tempurity™ System from Networked Robotics.
Networked Robotics' hardware enables remote data collection by giving each pressure source (each transducer) a network address (an IP address/TCP port combination). With the Networked Robotics approach, each sensor has the full flexibility and support that is available with your other network devices, such as PCs, printers, etc. Anywhere there is network, a pressure sensor can be installed and monitored.
Through the Tempurity Monitor software, that is easily downloaded to any PC, you can define alarm notifications of text message, e-mail, or voice phone that will be sent if a value is not as you expect. Data can be viewed from any supported Windows PC.
Collect Pressure Readings through the Network
Pressure data is obtained through a variety of analog sensors, so range and sensitivity is never a problem. As a standard, we utilize Sensiron™ components for pressure monitoring, but if desired you can use a wide variety of commonly available pressure transducers. You can find samples of these at the Omega Engineering™ web site. Choose any sensor with a 0-10 Volt output.
The Tempurity System should not be used for cases where immediate response is needed, because the default data collection interval of Tempurity is 1-minute.
For a more detailed description of how Networked Robotics connects to this and other diverse analog sensors see the documentation for our new Low Voltage Probe.
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