Digital Flowmeters Wirelessly Measure Air Usage

EXAIR introduces its new digital flowmeters with wireless capability that use a Zigbee mesh network protocol to measure and monitor compressed air use, trends and data.

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Exair Corporation introduces its new digital flowmeters with wireless capability that use a Zigbee mesh network protocol to measure and monitor compressed air use, trends and data. Each meter features a range of 100 ft. (30 m) and transmits data to an Ethernet connected gateway. Each meter and gateway are configured for security and include 128-bit encryption for the wireless transmissions.

Each meter ships with the wireless to Ethernet gateway, power supplies and installation tools. The company’s EXAIRlogger software for digital flowmeters is designed to simplify compressed air monitoring. With this software, the company says, customers can graph the data, aggregate it to identify air use trends or use it with other analytic software to effectively monitor air and save money. Airflow values are expressed in standard cubic feet per minute or cubic meters per hour. 

Digital flowmeters with wireless capability for schedule 40 iron pipe are now available in sizes ½", ¾", 1", 1½", 2", 2½", 3" and 4". The products are CE and RoHS compliant and can also be ordered for schedule 80, 10S or Type L copper pipe.

For more information, visit exair.com/wdfm.htm.