Wireless DIN Rail Monitoring and Control

Oct. 1, 2008
The wiDR Series wireless DIN Rail monitoring and control device is highly compatible with a wide range of the vendor’s wireless sensors, including the UWTC, UWRTD, and z series. 

Compact in size and designed for simple configuration, this product can monitor up to 8 wireless sensors. Wireless inputs for the unit include thermocouple, RTD, temperature, humidity, and barometric pressure. The wiDR monitor-controller comes standard with a choice of either two Form C relays, or two solid state relays that can be used for control functions or alarms. Monitoring can be done locally or through an embedded Ethernet or Internet connection without any additional software other than a Web browser. Pricing starts at $395.

Omega Engineering Inc.
www.omega.com
203.359.1660
 

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