- Powers sensor and radio for years with an internal battery
- Class 1 Division 1 Intrinsically safe system
- Optional Class 1 Division 1 solar module with integrated charger, battery panel, and mounting bracket
- Costs less than 60ft of installed conduit
- Rugged design for demanding outdoor environments
- Up to 1/2 mile range
- Sensor independent
- 1/2” NPT conduit interface
- Automatically configures as a star or mesh network
- Simple to install and Maintain
This rugged, integrated device combines a high-gain antenna with gateway electronics in a single, easily mounted package. Gateway Stick combats a common problem with RF networks, which are increasingly used to monitor and control remote devices over tens or hundreds of square miles. Gateways traditionally have different location requirements for their electronics module and antenna, making it necessary to place them separately. Gateway Stick is a revolutionary solution that combines them in one easy-to-install component.
The new DIN Gateway V2 is a wireless 900 mHz Gateway with integrated I/O for easy connectivity to wireless and wired sensors, integrated Ethernet and built-in automation.
The Gateway DIN Mount is an integrated device combining a high power SignalFire radio with the gateway electronics in a single DIN mounted package.
The Ethernet Interface Module permits direct connection of the SignalFire Wireless Mesh Network to an Ethernet Network. The Ethernet Interface Module has 2 addressable ports and is designed to connect to a standard SignalFire Gateway Stick with little or no configuration necessary.
Operating Temp: -40 to +176°F (-40°C to 80°C) Humidity: 0% – 100% condensing Enclosure: NEMA 3X rated for outdoor use Power: “D” Cell Lithium battery pack. Field replaceable. Class 1 Division 1 certified. Battery Life: 1–10+ years depending on reporting frequency. Battery Life Examples: 5-second pressure sample interval with a 1-minute reporting interval = 5 years. 2-minute sample and reporting interval = 10+ years Data Interface: Wireless – available as Modbus registers at Gateway Report by Exception: Configurable alarm pressure thresholds, pressure sample rate 5 seconds minimum. Data Update Rates: User-selectable. 5 seconds to 1 hour, typical. Radio Power: 40 mW Receive Sensitivity: -109 dB Radio Frequency: 902–928 MHz, FHSS, licensefree ISM Band Compliant with FCC Part 15 and Industry Canada Range: Up to 1/2 mile Networks: Up to 65,520 separate networks Intrinsically Safe: Class 1 Division 1, Temp Code T3, Groups C&D. Conforms to UL Std. 913, Certified to Can/CSA Std C22.2 No. 157 Internal Diagnostics: Battery voltage, signal strength, error conditions
The Tilt Scout is a wireless solid state inclinometer that measures an angle from horizontal with two modes: Hatch detection and Pump Jack detection. The Hatch detection mode enables monitoring of the opening condition (closed, cracked open, opened) of a hatch for environmental and safety concerns. The Pump Jack detection mode detects and reports if it is operating or moving. The Tilt Scout can also be applied to a variety of other applications where there’s a need to detect an angle from horizontal. Operating Temp: -40 to +176°F (-40°C to 80°C) Humidity: NEMA 4X Enclosure Resolution: <0.1 degree Power: Internal battery pack. Field replaceable. Battery Life: Greater than 5 years Data Interface: Wireless – available as Modbus registers at Gateway Reporting: Will report every 10 minutes or immediately after a state change Radio Specifications: • Power: 40 mW • Receive Sensitivity: -109 dB • Encryption: AES 128 bit • Frequency: 902–928 MHz, FHSS, license-free ISM Band Compliant with FCC Part 15 Range: Up to 1/2 mile Intrinsically Safe (pending): Hazardous Location Certified – Class 1 Division 1 is Temp Code T3, Groups C&D. Conforms to UL Std. 913, Certified to Can/CSA Std C22.2 No. 157 Internal Diagnostics: Battery voltage, signal strength, error conditions
Intrinsically Safe Wireless Tank Level MonitoringThe SignalFire Float Scout consists of a magnetostrictive level probe mated with a Sentinel wireless node which creates a wireless link between the sensor and the Gateway. The Sentinel will take level and temperature readings, and send the data (via the SignalFire wireless mesh network) to the Gateway where the data is available via a Modbus RTU or TCP interface. The system is powered by internal lithium batteries or optional C1D1 rated solar package. Sensor data along with node-diagnostic information is available at the Gateway.
HART to Wireless Adapter The Link Scout is a wireless adapter for loop powered 4-20mA HART instruments allowing HART connectivity with asset management software like PactWare, FieldCare, DeviceCare and most FDT based software. The Link Scout is powered from an internal intrinsically safe battery and wired in parallel to not interfere with the existing 4-20mA loop. It will poll the HART instrument for its dynamic variables and alarm status to then transmit to the SignalFire gateway as Modbus registers. The Link Scout tunnels also all the HART traffic to an asset management software allowing full configuration, calibration and troubleshooting using the manufacturers DTM software. Features Include:
- Long wireless distance of 2640ft (800m)
- Supports four (4) HART® instruments in multi-drop mode
- Can be installed on a live instrument while in service
- Excellent battery life
- Transmits to gateway as Modbus registers HART PV, SV, TV, QV & HART diagnostic flag
- Tunnels all HART data to software like PactWare, DeviceCare, FieldCare
- 1/2” NPT male connection with potted wiring