Wireless Pressure/Temperature Sensor Transmits Over Bluetooth

Wireless Pressure/Temperature Sensor Transmits Over Bluetooth
Transducers Direct LLC

The TDWLB is reportedly the industry's first coin-cell-battery-powered pressure/temperature sensor, controlled with a smartphone app, and certified as Bluetooth Smart. Primed for home automation, industrial, marine and commercial applications, the sensor uses a patent-pending design and proprietary digital circuitry for high energy efficiency to provide an 18- to 24-month battery life and redundant sensing. Its smart phone app ("T-Direct TDWLB" on iTunes and soon Android) lets the user name each sensor one time securely, then program setpoints/alarms for multiple sensors, monitor readings, and graph activity over time from a phone, tablet or computer. The TDWLB is available in two different compensated accuracies of 1% and 0.25%, with temperature sensing as an option. A datasheet is available at http://www.transducersdirect.com/HeleoCart/Data/SoftGoodPreview/TDWLB.pdf
 

Transducers Direct
Cincinnati, OH
513-583-9491
http://www.transducersdirect.com
 

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