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Multi-protocol Wireless Adaptor

February 21, 2014
Yokogawa Electric Corporation has developed a multi-protocol wireless adaptor that enables wired field instruments or analytical sensors to be used as ISA100 Wireless™ devices.
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Wireless Transmitter/Receiver

May 14, 2013
The WRT Series Wireless Data Transmitter/Receiver from NK Technologies provides a self-managed mesh network that works with any RS485 network protocol to promote highly reliable system operation in new or retrofit applications.
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Handheld Remote Display

August 7, 2012
Measurement Systems International has introduced the MSI-8000, a full-featured remote control and display for operating its Dyna-Link 2 Series Tension Dynamometers at safe and convenient distances. Through MSI-8000’s ergonomic keypad
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USB Dual Power Charger

January 11, 2012
The new Model KF-CC-304 USB Dual Power Charger from Dwyer Instruments, Inc. keeps you plugged-in and powered-up at home and on the road. Featuring a robust charging capacity of
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Unit Designed to Work with Wireless Sensor Network Devices

July 14, 2011
EZ-LIGHT™ K50L features an independent pushbutton, which is mapped to a dry contact output and is designed for use with wireless sensor networks — specifically SureCross™ FlexPower battery-operated devices. Operating
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Portable Wireless Borescopes

June 23, 2011
New series of wireless Borescopes feature a wireless probe which can operate the instrument anywhere without a cable. The HHB1800 is completely portable and has a strong metal lens sleeve.
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Field Wireless Devices Based on ISA100.11a

April 28, 2011
Field wireless devices based on the ISA100.11a1 industrial wireless communications standard include an EJX-B series differential pressure and pressure transmitter, a YTA series temperature transmitter, and an integrated field wireless
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RTD-to-Wireless Connector/Converter

April 27, 2011
New UWRTD transmits process temperature, ambient temperature, signal strength and battery status in real-time, wirelessly to a computer or the Internet. Users can interface up to 12 different wireless connectors
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