Long-range wireless transmitters for process measurements

Omega Engineering UWXL Series industrial wireless transmitters offer flexibility for process measurement applications. Capable of ranges to 450 m (1,500 ft) line of sight (LOS), the UWXL transmitters are designed for a variety of applications, including temperature, infrared temperature, relative humidity, process transducers with standard voltage or current outputs, flow (pulsed frequency), and pH.

10/07/2010


www.omega.comOmega Engineering UWXL Series industrial wireless transmitters offer flexibility for process measurement applications. Capable of ranges to 450 m (1,500 ft) line of sight (LOS), the UWXL transmitters are designed for a variety of applications, including temperature, infrared temperature, relative humidity, process transducers with standard voltage or current outputs, flow (pulsed frequency), and pH. Thermocouple models are user configurable for nine calibrations; RTD units are compatible with 0.00385 and 0.00392 curve Pt100 sensors. The transmitters can transmit data at intervals configurable from once every 2 seconds to every 2 minutes. Transmitted data includes the process measurement, ambient temperature, RF signal strength, and battery condition. Software provided can display information in real time, allowing PC use as a multi-channel meter, recorder or data logger; data can also be exported to a standard spreadsheet file. UWXL transmitters are compatible with a wide variety of Omega wireless receivers.

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