Wireless sensor networks are finding increasing use in a wide range of application areas. The links below provide guidance on solution design – everything from how to monitor a single meter to campus wide overviews.
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Environmental monitoring in data centres is becoming increasingly vital as energy consumption keeps rising and the demands to keep systems running reliably becomes critical to businesses survival. Wireless sensor networks allow important parameters such as temperature, humidity, wetness and airflow to be easily and continuously monitored.
Having a detailed understanding of your plant or building power consumption is vital to taking energy conservation measures, tracking equipment status and avoiding downtime. With the wide range of wireless sensing inputs types coupled with hundreds of available commercial meters and sensors from Adaptive Wireless Solutions Ltd, wireless energy monitoring is simpler and more cost-effective than ever before.
Monitoring HVAC equipment – including VAV terminal boxes & RTUs – using wireless sensor networks enables continuous status monitoring which lies at the heart of the trend towards continuous commissioning, fault detection & post occupancy evaluation.
Wireless sensor networks are ideal for both temporary & permanent monitoring allowing sensors to be relocated easily to focus on areas of concern without the need to employ specialist skills to maintain network reliability.
Pharmaceutical research, manufacturing and warehousing operations require reliable environmental monitoring solutions to comply with regulatory requirements while keeping data secure in accordance with FDA 21CFR part 11 .
Wireless sensor networks are finding increasing application in industrial applications where asset management, e.g. pumps, compressors, is moving towards a predictive maintenance strategy avoiding the cost and inconvenience resulting from equipment breakdown. Fundamental to the success of such strategies is the monitoring of asset parameters in real time.
Refrigeration monitoring applications range from single point to whole facilities.
The self-forming, self-healing features of wireless sensor networks allow you to start small and expand the system as your needs and/or budget allow.
The applications and uses listed above contain detailed examples of how wireless mesh sensor network products are commonly employed in real world environments.
Remote monitoring solutions enable you to monitor, control and supervise the performance and operation of remote equipment and installations via Ethernet, GSM, GPRS or 3G networks.
Remote reporting is a standard feature with such schemes.