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Wireless telemetry sensor system offers more features

18 October 2015

Mantracourt has introduced an upgraded version of its T24 wireless telemetry sensor system for multiple data acquisition in real time.

The new T24 improvements include a fourfold increase in transmission range, improved security features and smarter diagnostics. The original T24 system features have been retained, including high measurement/low noise electronics, long battery life of up to five years and proprietary license-free 2.4 GHz DSSS radio technology.

The upgrades include an increase in transmission range, allowing the system to transmit data up to 800m. For added security, Mantracourt has improved the existing toolkit software to enable users to assign security keys to the system, including improved monitoring of the channels and the ability to check radio link quality, execute commands and view and alter parameters. 

The system comprises a range of transmitters, interfaces, displays and output modules that can be simply and easily configured to suit individual applications. The transmitter modules have been designed to collect data from a variety of industrial sensors including load, pressure, torque, strain, temperature, pulse, potentiometer and 4-20 mA/0-10 V conditioned sensors.

Mantracourt is also providing free data logging and visualisation software, allowing users to log up to 100 channels and build visual mapping displays. Alarms can be set that can indicate under and over range and can alert users to loss in communication, low battery and error reports.


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