Endress+Hauser Selects Digi International as Cellular Gateway Solution for Field Instrumentation Sensor Products

MINNETONKA, MN and GREENWOOD, IN --- Digi International announces that its new Connect Sensor cellular gateway has been selected for Endress+Hauser’s Inventory Management Solutions. The combination of Digi’s Connect Sensor with Endress+Hauser’s field instrumentation sensors and the Endress+Hauser SupplyCare cloud platform offers a complete solution for connectivity of industrial sensors in remote locations.

Digi Connect Sensor is a new battery-powered, enterprise-ready cellular gateway solution for wireless connectivity at locations with either no power or low power that offers the versatility and flexibility to accommodate a variety of sensors. In offering a plug-and-play solution, Connect Sensor allows for remote sensor monitoring to be deployed in environments previously considered too harsh, remote or not economically viable. (See “Digi International Introduces Wireless Sensor Monitoring Solution for No or Low Power Locations”)

Endress+Hauser is recognized as a leading supplier of industrial measurement and automation equipment, providing products, services and solutions for industrial processes all over the world. The company offers comprehensive process solutions for flow, level, pressure, analysis, temperature, recording and digital communications across a wide range of industries, optimizing processes in regard to economic efficiency, safety and environmental protection.

Powered by an internal battery with optional connections to external electrical or solar power sources, the combination of the Digi Connect Sensor cellular gateway, Endress+Hauser sensors and cloud platform provides customers better visibility into their systems and operations, leading to lower labor costs, decreased safety risk and more efficient operations.

For more information, visit
http://www.digi.com/connectsensor
http://www.endress.com/ims

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