Wireless Device Cost-Effectively Monitors Pressure At Multiple Locations

A unique wireless device, called Osprey, is helping utilities supplement surveillance at multiple locations by economically monitoring, gathering and processing real-time pressure data. Designed and built by Abriox, the Osprey wireless device is said to be quick to install and generates instant alerts to indicate abnormal pressure levels in distribution networks.

 

Certified to Class 1, Division 1, Osprey is available in single and multi-channel models, offers flexible pressure ranges and has a sensor accuracy of ± 0.15 percent FS.  A key feature is an integrated GPS module.  In addition to displaying its geographical location, the data collected from satellites allows Osprey to establish the exact time and date of every pressure measurement it records.  Other devices on the market are subject to electronic drift, making their data less accurate and requiring companies to manually realign measurements. Osprey allegedly eliminates this problem.

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Other reported features include a long operating life and minimal maintenance. Osprey has a small carbon footprint and its autonomy promotes safer working conditions for personnel. For more details and data delights, checkout Osprey and also download the US datasheet.

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