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Wireless Sensor Hardware In 868 MHz and 433 MHz ISM Radio Frequency Bands

Wed, 06/06/2012 - 7:33am

Monnit Corporation announced at Sensors Expo in Chicago the availability of wireless sensor hardware in both 868 MHz and 433 MHz ISM radio frequency bands. These radio frequencies are available in addition to the standard 900 MHz wireless sensor hardware released by Monnit in 2010. The availability of these additional radio frequencies ensures that Monnit wireless sensors can be used for global applications with the 868 MHz frequency band being primarily used in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and 433 MHz frequency being used in Asia and South America.

"We have made our entire offering of wireless sensors, gateways and accessories available in 900, 868 and 433 MHz operating frequencies to address the immediate demands of our ever growing customer base. These additional radio frequencies allow our sensors to be used worldwide, while ensuring reliable low-power and long range operation.” said Brad Walters, Founder and CEO of Monnit.

Key Features of Monnit Wireless Sensors:
•    Support 900, 868 and 433 MHz wireless frequencies
•    Cellular, Ethernet and USB gateways available
•    Wireless hardware optimized for reliable, low power and long range operation
•    Free online sensor data storage, configuration, monitoring and alerting

Monnit currently provides 28 different types of wireless sensors used to detect and monitor functions that are critical to business or personal life, including; temperature, humidity, water, light, access, movement and much more.  Monnit’s wireless gateways transmit data between local sensor networks and the iMonnit online sensor monitoring and notification system.

All Monnit wireless sensors include free basic iMonnit online sensor monitoring with SMS text and email alerting. For more information on Monnit sensors, gateways and monitoring visit www.monnit.com.

 

 

 

Posted by Janine E. Mooney, Editor

June 6, 2012

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