Monnit Corporation (www.monnit.com) today announced the release of a new wireless pulse counter. The Monnit Wireless Pulse Counter is an electronic counter that counts how many times a pulse is detected on the input wires when there is contact between the two wired end points. It can easily be integrated into existing mechanical switches or contact plates. The sensor can be set to send an alert through the iMonnit Online Sensor Monitoring and Notification System when a given number of pulses has been reached within a set time frame. Alerts from the iMonnit system are sent as they happen (in real time) via SMS text or email.
- Counts the number of pulses in given time frame.
- Available in single or multi input (4 counter) versions.
- Available in Standard, WIT2 and Industrial formats.
- Product comes with standard 36 inch wires.
The new wireless pulse counters are perfect for; water, gas and air flow meters, turn style counting, door access counting, production line tracking, fork lift seat switches and button or switch integration.
Monnit’s wireless sensors are designed to detect and monitor functions that are critical to business or personal life, including; temperature, humidity, water, light, access, movement and much more. Monnit’s wireless gateways transmit data between local sensor networks and the iMonnit online monitoring and notification system. Monnit’s software allows for user customization and notification of events via email or text messages.
Monnit wireless sensors include free basic iMonnit online sensor monitoring with SMS text and email alerting. For more information on Monnit sensors, gateways and monitoring call (801) 561-5555 or visit www.monnit.com.
About Monnit Corp.
Monnit is a leader in the design and manufacturing of turnkey, self-installing, low cost wireless sensor solutions targeted at the commercial, industrial and consumer markets. Monnit’s sensing solutions are designed to be easily installed and used by anyone wanting to remotely monitor information and activities, including: temperature, access, presence of water, light, humidity, and vibration in or around structures, machinery, and various environments.