Ekahau has unveiled three wireless temperature and humidity sensor tags to measure, monitor and manage areas adversely affected by environmental changes. The devices comply with regulatory norms and are suitable for use in healthcare, hospitality and consumer applications.
The battery powered devices are cost- effective and the battery operates for about three years that relay information once in 15 seconds. This feature is customized. On-board heuristics immediately transmit inconsistencies. The TS1 and TS2 have installable cable probes in a freezer or refrigerator. The TS1 has a single probe, while the TS2 is a dual probe. It operates from -200 to +150°C. The HS1 has on-board sensors that determine relative humidity (RH) up to 100%, and -40 to +85°C. All devices have audible and visual alarms. The alarm limits and local data logging can be preset. They can receive replies from the central servers.
The company will showcase the products at the HIMSS11 Annual Conference & Exhibition to be held between February 20 and 24 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.