FilesThruTheAir launches XL range of WiFi data logging sensors

Salisbury, UK -- FilesThruTheAir launches a new range of WiFi data logging sensors, expanding its market leading range of WiFi sensors by introducing seven new products with extended battery life. The new products, denoted ‘XL’, use an enlarged Lithium Polymer battery pack which will double the expected battery life, when compared to the standard product.

FilesThruTheAir WiFi sensors run on fully rechargeable battery power and already offer up to 6 months battery life per charge. However, for many applications, where the sensors are situated in difficult to reach locations for example, extra battery life can be extremely useful. XL versions of many of the most popular FilesThruTheAir Wifi sensor range are available immediately.

Tim Waterman, Technical Director at FilesThruTheAir™ said: “We are always looking to enhance the capabilities of our temperature and humidity data loggers and for a number of our users battery life is one of the most critical factors. With our new XL range we are responding to that demand and ensuring that our data loggers can be used in an even wider range of applications.”

FilesThruTheAir WiFi sensors accurately measure temperature and humidity, remotely, making them suitable for a variety of commercial and industrial applications. The sensors can be used in medical and pharmaceutical environments, logistics and storage, food and drink, site management, farming and horticulture and within the retail industry. The data captured by the devices is automatically uploaded to the FilesThruTheAir Cloud where the data can be accessed and analysed from any internet-enabled device.

For further details, visit http://www.filesthrutheair.com
 

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