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DataNab Introduces 1-Wire Temperature Sensors

A range of 1-Wire temperature sensors are available at DataNab for fleet tracking and asset management firms. Communicating temperature sensors of industrial grade can integrate into present GPS systems for improved temperature monitoring capabilities.

DataNab 1-Wire Temperature Sensors

Fleet management firms provide solutions that can perform remote tracking of locations and monitor diagnostics of vehicles using GPS devices and telematics. Using DataNab’s 1-Wire sensor technology, these systems can track trailer, engine, cab, or other temperatures, and supplement data in real time across the network, ensuring improved safety, convenience and quality control. Capable of resisting shock, dirt and moisture, DataNab’s stainless steel sensors are ideal for road environments.

DataNab’s 1-Wire temperature sensors are widely deployed in HVAC and refrigeration, in addition to being used in geothermal, solar, and other alternative energy systems for tracking and monitoring system performance. Specifically designed chips are incorporated within the intelligent sensors to allow numerous daisy-chained sensors to correspond across a single cable.

The 1-wire sensors are uniquely designed to facilitate communication of multiple sensors over the same wire, returning to a single I/O pin on a device.

This simplified network infrastructure allows fleet management firms to simply and efficiently link one or more DataNab 1-wire sensors to supported GPS devices inside the vehicles. A 3-in 1WT 8SSP 3 RGD rugged stainless steel probe is available as an option. It has its cable epoxied and packed within the probe to result as a waterproof sensor.

Devices that fail to be compatible with 1-Wire can have this functionality augmented via a firmware update using a programmable I/O pin within the device.  When connected, the sensor enables the devices to gather and report temperature data in real time.



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