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Wireless pH/Temperature Transmitter Exploits Microprocessor

Wireless pH/Temperature Transmitter Exploits Microprocessor

The UWPH-2-NEMA wireless pH temperature transmitter enlists a microprocessor based wireless radio transmitter built into its NEMA enclosure. It transmits pH, temperature, and signal strength in real-time. Included software converts a PC into a multi-channel chart recorder or data logger. The transmitter works with the company’s UWTC series receivers to form a complete wireless system suitable for outdoor or high humidity applications, water treatment, chemical, food processing, waste treatment, and disinfecting. Price starts at $265. OMEGA ENGINEERING INC., Stamford, CT. (800) 872-9436.

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