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Wireless is as easy as 1-2-3!

20 April 2011

Omega says it's taken the lead in wireless technology and now boasts an extensive product range, allowing customers to build a complete system

It says using its complimentary Ethernet and internet servers combined with its wide range of sensors, it easily becomes possible to connect, monitor and control any process parameter from anywhere in the world.

Many of the old limitations and complexities of point-to-point, mechanically interconnected instrumentation systems no longer apply.

The engineer, technician or scientist can use these new wireless devices to gain a freedom and flexibility in system design and installation that was not previously available. Information can be monitored centrally or data can be collected and analysed in realtime or later using a data logger, PC, scanner or SCADA system.

As our New Horizonstm in wireless communications demonstrates, building a complete wireless measurement system is as easy as 1-2-3!

This new publication has more than 65 pages of wireless enabled transmitters, receivers, loggers, recorders, controllers, systems and sensors. Full technical support and application assistance is available from in-house engineers.

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