A truly original, market leading creation, The TDWLB series is the first pressure transducer in the world to feature wireless Bluetooth technology and it uses a patent pending design to connect transducers to tablets and smartphones through the use of a downloadable free app.
The device is perfect for any application where you need to monitor pressure without wires.
Installation has never been easier; get the free app, install the transducer and connect wirelessly. Best of all, the transducer is built using Transducer Direct’s TD1000’s proprietary technology, so you are guaranteed high quality and high accuracy.
No more struggling to get access to units or disassembling plant, even in larger applications with multiple units.
The TDWLB can be installed in minutes with the addition of a simple T fitting to a charge port. You then simply connect to the device through the internet, giving it a secure and unique name if you so wish, and you’ll be able to access all of the necessary readings (transducer’s pressure reading, temperature and battery alert).
Thanks to its use of the certified NIST-traceable calibration, there is no need to worry about old gauges as the transducer becomes the accuracy standard. Alarms can also be set for high and low pressure alerts, so you can be proactive and deal with problems before they get out of hand.
This revolutionary product is like nothing else on the market at present and points to the future of the pressure transducer world.
- Stainless steel construction, allows for highly-accurate measurements regardless of pressure range selected
- Connects to smartphones, tablets and PCs with BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) Certified Bluetooth Wireless technology
- Pressure ranges from Vacuum to 10,000 psi
- Long battery life (proprietary technology)
- One per cent standard accuracy (Optional 0.25 per cent ultra-high accuracy available)
- Alarm set points
- Secure field programmable naming
- Avoids unnecessary service calls
- No longer need hoses, tanks or gauges
You can view a full datasheet here or watch a video of the transducer being installed in a marine HVAC application http://www.pvl.co.uk/pressure_transducers/wireless-bluetooth-pressure-transducer-tdwlb.html