Universal data-logger SeniMax™wirelesson WLAN networkfor strain gauges

universal data-logger
universal data-logger
universal data-logger
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Characteristics

Measured quantity
universal
Connector type
wireless, on WLAN network
Applications
for strain gauges
Other characteristics
digital

Description

Resensys SeniMax™ is an ultra low power and high performance data collector and remote communication gateway. SeniMax™ communicates with SenSpot™ sensors using IEEE802.15.4 protocol. Wireless communication between SeniMax™ and SenSpot™ sensors uses unlicensed ISM 2.4GHz band. SeniMax™ has capability to transmit the aggregated data from SenSpot™ sensors to any remote data center with Wi-Fi, Ethernet or cellular data services (depending on the model). Different versions of SeniMax™ for remote communication using HSPA, Verizon CDMA network or using GPRS network are available. Additionally, SeniMax™ can be used as a data logger, where it receives data of SenSpot™ sensors, and stores them. The logged data can later be transferred to a computer. A single SeniMax™ device can cover up to 250 SenSpot sensors in its communication range. SeniMax is ideal solution in applications of distributed sensing and data acquisition where there is no access to main power or communication infrastructures. Particular applications include: structural integrity monitoring for highway bridges, airframes, construction projects, pipelines, etc. Ultra low power: consuming only 20mW Energy self sufficient: solar powered Wireless access: oIEEE 802.15.4 (for communication with SenSpot™ sensors) oWi-Fi (IEEE 802.11), cellular network (HSPA, CDMA or GPRS) (for communication with server) Low cost, low profile, and scalable Weatherproof IP65 protection Coverage: up to 250 SenSpot™ sensors Lightweight: 1.5Kg
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