If Eric Wise has taken a while to get back to you, he can be forgiven. The founder of Pittsburgh’s Wise Telemetry has been a busy guy, fielding inquiries about launches of its new Elite series and the E9200, telemetry products that are expected to change the game when it comes to remote monitoring for the entire gas distribution chain from bulk gas tanks to individual cylinders.
The E9200 is touted as the first fully integrated telemetry system for microbulk tanks and liquid cylinders available in the industry. With a built-in differential pressure sensor, LCD display, and cellular communications equipment, the E9200’s form factor is ideal for monitoring beverage carbon dioxide (CO2). The system fits entirely within the tank’s protective “bull ring,” requires no solar panels or external cords, and can be installed in minutes. The system is also a first in its affordability, with prices as low as $250 per system.
As part of the Elite Series, Wise Telemetry’s communication boxes now include features such as an LCD display screen for easy device readings and 4-20mA compatibility for long wire applications. In addition, the new communication boxes will have LTE-M connectivity, a new low-power, low-cost method of data communication that dramatically extends the communication box’s battery life.
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