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Analog Sensor Wireless Measurement iWMD22 (3621523783)

Analog Sensor Wireless Measurement iWMD22

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iWMD is a series of wireless measurement devices with high resolution. It allows the user to measure various sensor readings and communicate wirelessly with smart devices such as Apple's iPad via 2.4 GHz WiFi or Bluetooth Low Energy.

Potential Applications:
  • Remote Monitoring
  • Power, Current & Voltage Monitoring
  • Pressure Measurement
  • Temperature Sensing (RTE, Thermocouple, Infrared)
  • Crankshaft Deflection Detection
  • Rotor Runout Assessment
  • Wireless Metrology
  • Flow Measurement
  • Oil Characteristics Sensing
Note: Different applications require different sensors. Contact us for more information.

  • Dimension: 5.04 x 3.07 x 1.06" 
  • Resolution: 10, 5, 1, 0.2, 0.1mV
  • Input Range: 0-10, 0-5, 0-1.1VDC
  • Sampling Frequency: 1-1000HZ
  • Sensor Supply Voltage: 5-20VDC
  • Wireless Working Range: up to 33ft
  • Working Temperature: 32 to 122ºF
  • Battery: 2500mAh rechargeable
  • Charging: 5VDC USB
  • Antenna Extension with Magnetic Base
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  • Display acquired data in real-time graph
  • Zoom, Pan, Max, Min, Average
  • Multiple sampling rate options
  • Customizable reading decimal accuracy
  • Demonstrative simulation mode
  • Record data, CSV and SQLite database
  • Export via email and USB Cable
  • Quick custom PDF report with results, graphs, image, logo, signature, map and GPS location (on request)
Note: software can be customized for different applications.
  • iWMD22 Base x1
  • Pair of Input Cable x1
  • Antenna and Antenna Extension Base x1
  • USB Charing Cable x1
  • 1000mA USB Power Adapter x1
  • User Manual x1
  • Protective Carrying Case x1
  • AC Current Transducer AT1-010-000-SP x1 (for Current Measurement Package only)

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