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Hi Nakara, sensor is explosion proof, but reader is not. Don’t think you can use it in area require explosion proof.0April 11, 2020 at 3:50 am in reply to: Is it possible to interface passive sensors and a PLC? #2135
Yes, we hav ready made reader with built-in modbus protocol, it can inteface to any PLC , please contact me at email@example.com
Best Regards,0April 11, 2020 at 3:47 am in reply to: What Can Our Sensors Sense and Where Do Our Sensors Go? #2134
RFM3200 is suitable for non metal enviorment, you may need other n metal type sensor to do the work, we have use RFID sensor in many metal enviorment, please feel free to contact me, firstname.lastname@example.org, for further discussion on your application.
Best Regards,0April 11, 2020 at 3:41 am in reply to: Deploying RFMicron’s Temperature Monitoring System in Switchgear Equipment #2133
Hi Muller and Owen,
We have done many test on sensor temperature test, including measuring up to 125C and few hours 200 C test. if you are still interest in the topics, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com
Hi, RFID sensor with 110 C is available, 170C for fe hours is possible, but not continuous.
if you stll have problem reading the sensor, please let me know, we have experience using the sensor, maybe I can help you out.
I don’t think you can read RFM3260 from outside of autoclave, the steel will block the antenna from sensor inside the autoclave.
Hi David, I am a S3 user, below is from my experience, hopefully can be useful to you.
The S3 is a two point calibration sensor, calibration data is storeed inside S3. what A026 means is they calibrate only 1 point in factory, the 2nd calibration data is using a default value, no further calibration in factory.