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RF Code Introduces Wire-Free Temperature-Humidity Sensor

US based IT asset management company and provider of wire free environmental solutions, RF Code has introduced the new R155 temperature and humidity sensor tag.

The sensor was built by the company using its advance power saving technology with a beacon rate of 10 s. Traditional sensors compromise on the beacon rate in order to provide longer life.

Sensors need to have the right combination of long life and fast beaconing since it is important to keep track of the changes occurring in power and cooling due to changes in environmental conditions in the data centre. The R155 is also based on the active RFID technology, which forms the basis of all RF Code sensors and this feature removes the need for cabling during installation. The sensor is part of the company’s environmental monitoring solution which automates the capturing of data from the sensor such as humidity, fluid detection, air pressure, power usage, temperature and other features.

According to the Vice President of Product Development for RF Code Chris Gaskins, customers require sensors that help data centres to run efficiently by providing real time monitoring and long life at the same time. Customers are thus benefited by accurate and affordable solutions that are provided by the company.

Searchdatacentre.com presented RF Code with the Product of the Year award recently.

Source: http://www.rfcode.com

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