RLE Technologies announces full release of WiNG wireless monitoring platform
RLE Technologies has announced a global release of its well-received wireless monitoring platform, WiNG
“The market acceptance of our 900MHz WiNG products has exceeded every one of our projections”, Jeremy Swanner, president of RLE Technologies, said in the firm’s press release.
“WiNG meets our customers’ needs and expectations, which is reflected in its rapid adoption as the new standard in wireless monitoring”.
The platform offers a full suite of wireless sensors, network managers, and range extenders with impressive features.
It is hoped by RLE that data centers and critical facilities around the world will continue to implement the monitoring technology into their systems.
RLE’s press release states that “WiNG sensors provide industry leading battery life”, with sensor batteries lasting up to 12 years at room temperatures whilst communicating readings to the WiNG-MGR in 10-12 second intervals.
- DXC Technology opens Analytics Migration Factory to boost migration to Microsoft Azure
- Adobe to buy marketing software firm Marketo for $4.75bn
- SAP announces new technology to eliminate plastics and decrease waste
The WiNG system’s transmission range reaches as far as “600 feet” indoors with direct line of sight, and the WiNG-RXT range extender can add a further 1,000 feet to this distance.
Data packet transmissions from WiNG sensors have an accuracy of over 98%, ensuring near-perfect precision and timely data delivery.
Finally, the suite is fully prepared for integration into a larger building management system, as WiNG-MGR includes SNMP, Modbus, and BACnet protocols.
WiNG is available in 868MHz and 900MHz frequency versions, with its managers, sensors, and range extenders available for immediate shipment.
- Fujitsu ActivateNow: Technology Summit 2022 (Jan 19 & 20)Digital Transformation
- Tech, AI & Cyber Live: Digital Transformation speakers Pt.2Digital Transformation
- Tech, AI & Cyber Live: Digital Transformation speakers Pt.1Digital Transformation
- Businesses are not in sync with their IT departmentsDigital Transformation