Wireless 418 MHz digital counter and temperature sensor with one digital input.

Wireless systems provides many advantages over traditional hard-wired systems. One main benefit is installation cost. Electricians and conduit are no longer necessary for installation. Adding new sensors or relocating current ones are tasks made simple using RLE’s wireless sensor network manager (Wi-MGR), which contains an auto-discovery mechanism that detects modifications to the system.

The Wi-DIT is a battery-operated digital counter and wireless temperature sensor with a microprocessor-controlled 418 MHz, FCC-certified radio transmitter and a digital input.

The Wi-DIT provides a temperature output signal from an internal thermistor, a closed contact signal to the digital counter input, and the information is wirelessly transmitted to a point managing receiver (RLE’s Wi-MGR wireless sensor network manager). This architecture allows the Wi-DIT sensor to consume minimal power, resulting in a battery life of up to four years.

The Wi-DIT also accepts a normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC) dry contact signal.