Temperature Monitoring Systems

We can configure, supply and install Wireless Monitoring Systems for both Temperature & Environment from Tek-Troniks to monitor plant measurement parameters such as:

  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • Energy & Utilities
  • Gas Leak Detection
  • Liquid Level
  • Flood Detection
  • Door Monitoring
  • Trapped Person Alarms

A typical system will comprise of the base centre and multiple probes located around the monitored location, each sensor communicates back to the base centre, which analyses and records the data fro local viewing from any web browser.

Contact our sales team at sales@pjbonner.com for more information on these Wireless Monitoring Systems.

 


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Tektroniks Wireless DATAcentre System has the ability to be able to process and store data from up to 120 Tektroniks Wireless Sensors,  the Wireless DATAcentre can cater for wide variety of monitoring applications across all business sectors.

The Wireless DATAcentre System has been designed to be easily retro installed into existing structures and the Wireless Sensors are robust and offer the precision needed to suit all business needs.
To find out more about the Wireless DATAcentre click here.


KIMO-CMYK

 

Kimo’s AKIVISION data acquisition system was specially developed to monitor air movement conditions. It is perfectly suitable for process monitoring and control of air parameters : Temperature – Humidity – Pressure – Air Velocity – Airflow

AKIVISION data acquisition system is also suitable for applications of many fields such as

  • Service sector (heating/air conditioning)
  • Clean room
  • Cold chambers
  • Boilers
  • Refrigerating
  • Greenhouses

 

To find out more about Kimos AkiVision System click here.


 

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Dickson have developed a cloud based monitoring system that can manage multiple locations from anywhere in the world. One of the most common pain points when discussing monitoring is the retrieval of data. Often, someone is literally responsible for going around their facility or multiple facilities collecting the paper charts from recorders or the data from loggers. DicksonOne loggers send data to the cloud automatically, freeing up resources to do what they do best.

To find out more about Dickson’s DicksonOne System click here.

 

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