Nano Power Sensors for the Industrial Internet of Things
Since the 1960s adsistor vapor sensors have been employed for detecting unsafe concentrations of gasoline fumes in marine, military and environmental use cases. The new convenient adsistor wireless gasoline vapor sensor vastly multiplies the scope of use cases. This sensor transmits the current gasoline vapor concentration and also transmits an alarm signal when a user-selected concentration threshold has been exceeded. Total time above alarm threshold is also stored.
The adsistor wireless seal sensor gives advanced warning that a rotating seal is likely to fail. This adsistor is placed in the vicinity of a seal and provides continuous data on microscopic quantities of lubricant or process fluid seeping pass the seal. The adsistor seal sensor indicates end of life long before catastrophic failure.
The adsistor wireless VOCs sensor can be used to monitor for the presence and concentration of many volatile organic compounds. Valves, pumps, flanges, vents can easily monitored. Each adsistor has a user programable alarm threshold, a calibration factor, and maintains a log of total exposure time exceeding the alarm threshold.
TOW & CONDENSATION
This adsistor detects the presence or absence of condensation. It also logs the accumulated time that condensation is present (Time Of Wetness). A user-selectable threshold setting allows for discriminating between heavy, light, and pre-condensation conditions.
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