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These versatile remote temperature monitoring solutions are ideal for areas where extreme temps could degrade performance, assets, or safety. Monitor food storage, research labs, facilities, and more. Industry-topping, 25-month NIST Certification is available.
Our most flexible family offers wireless meters and dry contact sensors in various Power over Ethernet and wireless models. Get the flexibility to remotely monitor battery health, door status, turnstile actuations, and much more with sensors that install within 15 minutes.
These Wireless Thermocouple Sensors are available with a hardwired needle-style probe or K-type quick connector to support various thermocouple types and ranges up to 400°C (752°F). Great for tracking high-temperature processes and machinery. Can also be used in wet or damp environments.
Remotely track vibrations in machines or structures with these plug-&-play sensors. Collected data guides preventive machine maintenance or helps determine lifespan. Also, be instantly alerted if a barrier’s been breached or of excessive vibrations that may indicate imminent failure.
Spring a leak? These wireless and Power over Ethernet sensors will alert you instantly. Choose commercial, enterprise, and industrial-grade devices, as well as water rope sensors, award-winning puck, and detection plus models to monitor for water’s presence or absence.
An ultrasonic sensor measures the distance between itself and an object(s) in its path to detect liquid levels, track inventory, or monitor traffic. Both commercial and industrial-grade ultrasonic sensors are offered for manufacturing, logistics, and process industries.
Created for a fast-food chain and now widely available, this 21 CFR Part 11B compliant wireless probe replaces manual temperature checks for greater food safety and quality. Modernize production, preparation, and recipe creation with remote monitoring and automated data logging.
This dual-mode vehicle detect/counter sensor tracks autos coming, going, and records how long they’ve been waiting. Deployed by automotive service firms, municipalities, retailers, and restaurants, collected data can support traffic studies or recalibrate customer service.