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  • Omega Engineering, Inc.

    Omega Engineering, Inc. offers a wide range of wireless sensor systems, including: wSeries Wi-Fi transmitters, zSeries web-based monitoring, model PX921 silicon-on-sapphire pressure transmitters, and wiSeries wireless high powered transmitters. Model PX921 silicon-on-sapphire wireless pressure transmitters can handle high shocks/vibrations, they have a solid state construction, and an IP65/NEMA 4 stainless steel body. These transmitters do not require a license, they feature 12 bit accuracies, built-in ranges up to 500', operating temperature ranges from -4 to 176ºF, and power supplies ranging from 10.5 to 30 VDC.

  • Emerson Process Management

    Emerson Process Management offers Rosemount 3051S Series electronic remote sensors. These sensors are capable of multivariable, absolute, gage, and differential measurement types, and they have Foundation fieldbus, WirelessHart, and Hart outputs. Sensors feature ±0.025% reference accuracies, 200:1 rangedowns, ±0.1% in total performance, and at-grade/mounting access with remote displays/interface. Applications include manifolds, DP transmitters, pressure transmitters, sensor wiring, thermowells, connection hardware, etc.

  • Honeywell

    Honeywell offers XYR 5000 wireless differential pressure transmitters for hazardous and remote areas. These transmitters can be used to monitor a variety of assets/processes, they have a wide differential pressure range, and they can be set to operate in four modes: level, open channel flow, orifice flow, and differential pressure. Transmitters are wireless, easy to install, and they feature 3.6V lithium battery power supplies.

  • Infineon Technologies North America Corporation

    Infineon Technologies North America Corporation offers pressure sensors for industrial applications, SAB, BAP, and MAP. Absolute pressure sensors for industrial applications are highly accurate, small in size, fully calibrated, and they feature an integrated pressure cell design. These sensors have digital SPI outputs, supply voltages from 3.3 from 5.0V, pressure ranges from 8.7 to 23.9 PSI, and pressure ranges from 60.0 to 165.0 kPa.