Wireless Pressure Monitor Claims Accuracy Supremacy

Abriox launches Osprey, a remote gas pressure monitoring system designed to save time and money while improving the quality and reliability of data collection. Said to deliver higher accuracy than loggers, meters and chart recorders, the system provides continuous monitoring without the need for on-site personnel or maintenance. Reportedly, it is 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. 

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In cases of fluctuating pressure, poor pipe design, freezing temperatures, or water ingress, the system is equipped with Incident Evaluation Mode (IEM) for fast deployment of investigative or remedial work. The unit can run in IEM mode permanently at sites that require constant updates for the cost of just two sets of commercially available batteries a year.  For more gas-monitoring details, visit Abriox.

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