Wirelessly control and monitor gauges with new accessory

The Energy Conservatory (TEC) has announced the release of the TEC WiFi Link, a new accessory for the DG-700 and DG-500 Pressure Gauges. This new technology creates a wireless network that can be utilized by any computer or iOS mobile device with WiFi capability. This allows the user to monitor and control the gauge without the limitations of wired connections.

“This technology fits perfectly into TEC’s goal of providing users with the most up-to-date tools and procedures so they can efficiently deliver high-quality building performance services. The TEC WiFi Link adds the power and convenience of wireless communication to what is already the most widely used line of digital pressure gauges in the industry,” said TEC general manager, Rob Nevitt.

The WiFi Link will work with the free TECTITE 4.0 (WiFi) software for Windows-based computers, and on iOS mobile devices with the iTEC-700 app installed. TECTITE 4.0 (WiFi) is available for download on TEC’s website, and the iTEC-700 app is available in the Apple App Store.

With the TECTITE 4.0 (WiFi) software users will be free to put their laptop anywhere in the building while conducting air leakage tests.

www.energyconservatory.com

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