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Wireless remote temperature measurements

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Wireless temperature HUB
WGATE-POD-EMS


Fuji Electric telemetry monitor ensures the monitoring of heating, gas, electrical ... systems in buildings.mesure de températures déportées Fuji Electric

Easy start-up and use

No PC software required. Easy navigation and set-up from the touch panel.

  • Reception level is displayed
  • Transmitters can be tagged
  • To avoid loss you can move the receiver instead of the antenna
  • Lifetime of transmitter’s battery is displayed
  • Auto detection of transmitters

Applications

  • Smart City
  • District heating

Autonomy and performance

  • Constant and lasting operation
  • Transmitter’s lifetime is up to 10 years
  • Transmitter distance up to 600 m
  • Data file can be downloaded using USB or FTP
  • Measures and datas available with Modbus RTU / TCP

Scalability

This system can be customized to meet yours applications requirements ( Automatic transmission of measurements via GSM, upload of information on dedicated website, integration of your products etc.)

Sustainability

Fuji Electric guarantees the sustainability of its products, hardware and software, so that you’re completely autonomous for very long time.

Specifications

TRANSMITTERS
Maximum number of sensors (contact us for other configuration)60 (7 inches) or 120 (10 inches)
Maximum range without repeater (in open space)600m
Battery’s lifetime10 years with data rate at 10 minutes (depending on operational temperature)
Sensors typeAmbiante or remote temperature
Analog input: 0-10V, 4-20mA, 0-5V
TOR input
Pulse input (for gas, water, electricity counters etc.)
Acquisition Box
Touch panel (7 inches or 10 inches)
Measures and datas available with Modbus RTU / TCP
Reception level and battery level of each sensor are displayed
User-friendly system, Wizard to show you all sensors
Sensors can be tagged
Sensor’s alarm management
Measures are stored in CSV files available using USB or FTP (10 inches model)

 

Wireless remote temperature measurements documentation