SmartSense-Z-Sensor

SmartSense Z Sensor

SmartSense's Wireless Z Sensor is a battery-powered, wireless monitoring device that can be placed directly inside of refrigerators, freezers, ambient environments, and other areas where monitoring is required.

Product SKU: TM-ZP300-DS




Where It's Used

  • Pharmacies & Vaccine Stores
  • Supermarkets & Restaurants
  • Convenience Stores
  • Supply Chain

Key Features

  • Plug & Play - No IT required
  • Connect up to 24 to any Gateway
  • 5 Year Battery Life
  • Includes Wireless Display Screen


How it Works




Remote Monitoring




Description

SmartSense's Wireless Sensor is a battery-powered, wireless monitoring device that can be placed directly inside of refrigerators, freezers, ambient environments, and other areas where monitoring is required. Sensor conditions are displayed directly on the wireless screen (sold separately), and all sensor readings are transmitted to the Insights Dashboard via Cellular or Ethernet Gateways. The Wireless Sensor will last up to 5 years on two AA batteries, transmitting every 15 minutes.

Feature Highlights

  • Plug & Play - Sets up in 3 minutes
  • Lasts up to 5 years on two AA batteries
  • Includes internal sensor & two jacks for NIST Calibrated Sensors
  • Infrastructure independent - no IT integration required


 

Product Code:

TM-ZP300-DS

Battery Lifespan:

Up to 5 Years

Node Operating Range:

-20ºC to +60ºC (-4ºF to +140ºF)

Screen Operating Range:

-20ºC to +50ºC (-4ºF to +122ºF)

Temperature Sensor Range:

-20ºC to +60ºC (-4ºF to +140ºF) - optional expanded range probe available

Temperature error (according to the sensor manufacturer)*:

± 0.5ºC (± 0.9º F) between -10ºC and 60ºC 

Warranty:

1 Year

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