Refrigeration System Monitoring with a Wireless Network

Walk-in coolers can often have a lot of foot traffic causing the temperature to fluctuate as the door gets repeatedly opened. A temperature monitoring device is needed to ensure that a refrigerated storage room doesn't become too warm and potentially destroy the food that is located inside.

Description

A resistance temperature detector senses the temperature of a walk-in cooler and sends the data to a SureCross FlexPower Node. The Node in turn sends that data to a Gateway, which issues an alarm to management if the temperature exceeds acceptable limits. The DX80 FlexPower Nodes have a IP67 rating for rugged environments and work well in the cold.

SureCross DX80 Wireless Networks

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SureCross DX80 FlexPower Nodes

A Node provides sensing capability in a remote area and communicates data back to a Gateway.

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SureCross DX80 Gateways

A master communication device used to control and initiate commands to other devices in a wireless network.

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