Wi-fi sensor-based data collection

ZyynTek (a division of EmergenTek, South Jordan, UT, US) has developed a turnkey wi-fi sensor-based data collection system for cleanroom and factory floor process control.

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ZyynTek (a division of EmergenTek, South Jordan, UT, US) has developed a turnkey wi-fi sensor-based data collection system for cleanroom and factory floor process control. Small sensors can be programmed to collect critical data that the user desires, such as temperature and humidity, open doors, differential pressure and more. The sensors are then deployed at key locations, and the data is automatically collected. The data is accessible by mobile phone or iPad, and can also be sent to a computer where it is logged, and archived, in a report format. Sensors have a one-year battery life, and the monitoring system reportedly can save significant time for inspectors, since manual clipboard logging and monitoring can be eliminated.   

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