Salt Lake City, Utah – April 02, 2015 – Monnit Corporation (www.monnit.com) today, announced the release of new wireless pressure sensors. The new wireless pressure sensors can measure pressurized gas, liquid or vapor from 0-300 PSIG using a 5 volt pressure transducer. By connecting the wireless pressure sensor to a pressurized supply line, it can measure the pressure and send data to the iMonnit Online Sensor Monitoring and Notification System. The data is stored in the online system and can be reviewed and exported as a data sheet or graph. User customization allows you to set notifications and alerts from the system so you can know immediately if pressure is above or below an optimal range.
Monnit Wireless Pressure Sensors
– 50 and 300 PSIG versions available
– Works with gas, liquid or vapor
– Pressure transducer is powered by sensor, no external power is needed
– Mounting flanges for easy securement
– FCC and IC certified
Focused on simplicity, Monnit wireless sensors can be setup, gathering data and notifying users of concerns in just a few short minutes. Monnit currently provides over 40 unique wireless sensor types for measuring temperature, humidity, door and window (open/close), motion, water, activity, dry contact and a variety of other conditions that are critical to businesses.
All Monnit wireless sensors include free basic iMonnit online sensor monitoring which aggregates sensor information and sends notifications via text or email if user defined conditions are met or exceeded.
Monnit also provides wireless sensors to OEM’s and Reseller’s through OEMSensors.com, which allows for white labeling (private branding) of both the wireless sensor hardware and the online monitoring software.
For more information 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.