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What are Wireless Vibration Sensors?

Wireless vibration sensors are small devices that measure the vibrational activity of a machine or structure and wirelessly transmit the data to a monitoring system. These sensors use accelerometers to measure the movement and intensity of vibrations, and they can be attached to machinery, equipment, or structures to monitor their health and performance.  The wireless

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How to Monitor Commercial Refrigerator Temperatures?

Commercial Refrigeration Monitoring Methods There are several methods that can be used to monitor the temperature of a commercial refrigerator or freezer.  The most popular Commercial Refrigeration Monitoring methods are: Use a Thermometer: This is the most basic method and involves placing a commercial food  thermometer inside the refrigerator to measure the temperature. Use a Digital

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2023 Top 5 Manufacturing Trends

As we move into 2023, there are five major trends to watch for in the manufacturing industry this year. Increasing adoption of Industry 4.0 technologies. Industry 4.0, also referred to as the Fourth Industrial Revolution, is the integration of advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT) such as wireless sensors,

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How Wireless Temperature Sensors help Restaurants with Refrigeration Monitoring

Refrigeration monitoring is an essential aspect of the restaurant industry, as it ensures that food products are stored at the correct temperature to prevent spoilage and foodborne illness. Additionally, refrigeration monitoring is important for maintaining the integrity, quality and taste of food products. A large number of restaurants are now adopting wireless temperature sensors for

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Refrigeration Monitoring for Immunologists

Refrigeration monitoring is a crucial aspect of managing a doctor’s office , especially for immunologists. Proper storage of medical inventory, such as samples and reagents, is essential for maintaining their integrity and ensuring the accuracy of experiments. Refrigeration monitoring is the process of continuously tracking the temperature of these items using wireless temperature sensors to guarantee 

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Swift Sensors Featured in Spring 2023 IFMA Airport Council Newsletter

Airport Facilities Managers are taking advantage of wireless sensors for a wide array of applications across their facilities. In the Spring 2023 edition of the IFMA Airport Council Newsletter, a lengthy feature discusses the variety of ways wireless sensors are bringing 24/7 monitoring and operational visibility to the facilities and maintenance teams in major airports.

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Wireless Temperature Sensors – Comprehensive Guide

The following guide outlines a general overview of what wireless temperature sensors are and how they benefit commercial businesses.  Feel free to reach out to one of our sensor experts to learn more about how remote IoT temperature sensors can help you. Contact Us What are wireless temperature sensors and what do they do? Wireless

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Wireless Sensors – A Comprehensive Guide

In an increasingly connected world, wireless sensors are becoming more and more important. From medical devices to security systems and even home automation, these tiny pieces of equipment are becoming ubiquitous. In this article, we’ll take a look at what makes wireless sensors so useful and explore their various applications. We’ll also discuss the components

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A Modern Lab Temperature Monitoring System Saves Time and Money

A Lab temperature monitoring system are essential in any laboratory. By using these tools, you can save time and money. In particular, modern lab and pharmaceutical temperature monitoring tools are quick and easy to use, and they provide accurate results. Savings come in the form of saved time from automation and saved inventory from equipment

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