Industrial Wireless Thermocouple High Temperature Sensor
Our long range wireless enterprise series sensors are an easy to use and reliable start to any data aggregation application. This video will demonstrate how they work, what they do, and how to use them.
Industrial Wireless Thermocouple High Temperature Sensor
NCD Industrial wireless thermocouple High Temperature sensor is capable of measuring extreme high and low temperatures. This Industrial wireless thermocouple temperature sensor includes one XCIB-K K-Type thermocouple probe from Omega.com with a 3feet cable, 20 AWG connection cable, rated for temperature measurement applications up to 1090°C (2000°F) with an accuracy of ±1.1°C. This Industrial wireless thermocouple device comes with K type connector, which can be used to connect higher temperature range thermocouple if needed. This sensor has in built hot and cold junction to provide highly accurate reading. This Industrial wireless thermocouple transmitter product is an ideal product for high temperature measurements, industrial boiler temperature measurements, liquid temperature measurement, and temperature monitoring of food storage units. This Industrial wireless thermocouple sensor product is designed to consume extremely low power and send data at extremely long distances of up to 2 miles line of light or 28 miles using high gain antennas.
Probe Specifications —
Wire Gage: 20 gage solid–standard limits of error
Insulation: Nextel® ceramic fiber
Overbraiding & Fittings: Inconel 600®
Temperature: 980°C (1800°F) continuous,1090°C ( 2000°F) short-term service, depending on thermocouple type.
Termination: Ceramic beaded leads with compensated spade lugs, OMEGA™ OSTW 220°C (425°F) male connector, or OMEGA™ NHXH high temperature 650°C (1200°F) ceramic male connector
Powered by just 2 AA batteries with a operational lifetime of 500,000 wireless transmissions, you can expect to achieve up to 10 years of battery life depending on environmental conditions and the transmission interval you choose. Optionally, this sensor may be externally powered.
We opened the communications protocol so you can integrate this sensor with just about any control system or gateway you could ever want. Send data to a PC, a Raspberry Pi, to Microsoft Azure® IoT, or Arduino. Your data belongs to YOU and it’s up to you to decide where you want the data to arrive. Don’t be bogged down by the limitations of proprietary cloud solutions, post the data where you need it most. Speaking of Communications, NCD long-range wireless sensors use the DigiMesh® protocol from Digi.com. DigiMesh® was designed by THE industrial leader in secure wireless communications for industrial applications. DigiMesh® automatically hops data from gateway to gateway until it arrives at the desired destination.
There is no better IoT Long Range Wireless Termocouple Sensor on the market today. Nothing compares with the long range, the price, the accuracy, the battery life, or the security features we have to offer.
Receiving Data From Industrial Wireless Thermocouple High Temperature Sensor
This Industrial wireless Thermocouple high temperature sensor sends data periodically, based on user-preset timing intervals. Data transmissions include battery level, signal strength, payload, firmware version, sensor type, and device serial number. Please see the Resources section to see detailed information on the data structure of this device. This wireless transmitter needs a receiver. There are many options available for receiving data from NCD transmitters. We highly recommend using our USB Modem (available during purchase) so you can monitor this device and use our LabVIEW software for changing device settings. Using our long-range USB wireless modem, users can expect easy operation over a virtual COM port at 115.2K baud. Optionally, we offer a Wireless receiver that operates over ethernet. Data from NCD sensors will appear over TCP/IP on port 2101. Simply open a TCP/IP socket, port 2101, to the IP address of the Ethernet modem and see your data stream in to your local area network. We take software samples seriously! Be sure to to check out the resources section of our web site to see code samples for Raspberry Pi, Visual Studio, LabVIEW, Arduino, Python, and more.
- Food Storage Temperature Monitoring
- HVAC High-Side Low-Side Temperature Monitoring
- Industrial Boiler Temperature Measurements
- Liquid Temperature Measurement
- Oven Temperature Monitoring
- Concrete Temperature Monitoring
Now Supporting Microsoft Azure® IoT
We’ve been working with Microsoft engineers to post data from our sensors to Azure®. If you need help integrating this sensor into Azure®, please let us know and we will work with you to get you connected!
We take software samples seriously! Be sure to to check out the resources section of our web site to see code samples for Raspberry Pi, Visual Studio, LabVIEW, Arduino, Python, and more. We can help you post data to your Azure IoT account with some of our tutorials!
Industrial Wireless vs Long Range IoT
We realize that the Industrial Wireless line and the Long Range IoT line seem very similar and in fact are. The Industrial Wireless line has a few improvements over its counterpart in the Long Range Wireless line in form and fit, but maintain the same function.
|Feature||Industrial Wireless||Long Range IoT|
|868 MHz Option||X|
|Optional External Power||X||X|
|Wireless Mesh Capabilities||X||X|
|Magnetic Mounting Attachments||X||Optional|
|External Sensor Probe||Optional|
Individual Industrial Wireless lines may have a longer battery life, optional off-board sensors, more accurate readings, or many other differences that are stated on the product’s web page.