Wireless Temperature Sensors

  • Rhopoint Energy
  • Wireless receiver for IWPT/U and IWTT/U series of wireless pressure and temperature transducers
  • LED indication of wireless link
  • Up to 750m line-of-sight range (with 3dBl antenna, 500m with standard antenna)
  • Economical plug-and-play solution
  • Cynergy3
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Various options available

  • Rhopoint Energy
  • Wireless receiver for IWPT/U and IWTT/U series of wireless pressure and temperature transducers
  • LED indication of wireless link
  • Up to 750m line-of-sight (with 3dBl antenna, 500m with standard antenna)
  • Economical solution with simple installation
  • Cynergy3
From
£0.00

Various options available

  • Rhopoint Energy
  • Industrial Wireless Temperature Transducer
  • Selection of thermocouple (J or K type) or RTD sensor inptu
  • Up to 750m line-of-sight range (depending on receiver used)
  • Excellent media compatibility
  • 5 year battery life with 10s transmission update rate
  • Single or five channels available
  • Head connection via 1/4″ BSP
  • Economical solution
  • Cynergy3
From
£1.00

Various options available

  • Rhopoint Energy
  • Industrial Wireless Temperature Transducer
  • Selection of thermocouple (J or K type) or RTD sensor inptu
  • Up to 750m line-of-sight range (depending on receiver used)
  • Excellent media compatibility
  • 5 year battery life with 10s transmission update rate
  • Single or five channels available
  • Head connection via 1/4″ NPT
  • Economical solution
  • Cynergy3
From
£1.00

Various options available

Manufacturers

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The below manufacturers are all of our authorised partners that produce Wireless Temperature Sensors or related products.
  • Cynergy3

Wireless Temperature Sensors

Range of wireless temperature sensors from Cynergy3, especially suitable where access is impractical, difficult or otherwise limited. Range of receivers to be used with the Cynergy3 wireless sensors allows real time processing of the data from the sensor across number of channels. Sensors and receivers can be combined and linked as needed.