SignalFire to Offer Wireless Pressure Transmitter

(SignalFire Telemetry: Marlborough, MA) – SignalFire Wireless Telemetry, a leading manufacturer of industrial wireless telemetry products, will offer its Pressure Scout Intrinsically Safe Wireless Pressure Sensor with the LoRaWAN wireless protocol in June 2024.

Based on the field-proven Pressure Scout, this version with LoRaWAN protocol will address the challenges of monitoring pressure over wide areas by offering a range of up to 15 miles (24 km). The pressure transmitter will offer battery life of up to 10 years and measure pressure from vacuum to 20,000 psi (1360 kPa). With LoRaWAN, the Pressure Scout can address those applications where less frequent measurements are suitable but wider coverage is most important. Applications include monitoring critical infrastructure such as municipal infrastructure, gas distribution, and wellheads in urban or widely dispersed environments.

“The Pressure Scout with LoRaWAN protocol is another example of our expertise to design products that offer reliable data measurement and transmission in an industrial form factor,” says Josh Schadel, general manager and CTO for SignalFire Telemetry. “With clever data transmission in our device, we can optimize for battery life while providing more measurements to our users.”



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By connecting to LoRaWAN networks, the Pressure Scout can wirelessly monitor assets in hazardous or general-purpose environments. The Pressure Scout will initially monitor in general-purpose areas before expanding its capabilities to Class 1 Division 1 hazardous locations by fall 2024.

“We are excited to broaden our portfolio with LoRaWAN,” says Sandro Esposito, vice president of sales and marketing for SignalFire Telemetry. “This adds to our existing 900 MHz and cellular solutions so users can choose the best fit solution for their applications.”