Wireless Sensors
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  1. #1
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    Wireless Sensors

    Was wondering if anyone has used Distech's controllers that utilized wireless sensors and had any feedback on them. Or if anyone knows of a controller/wireless sensor setup that could integrate with Tridium nicely.

  2. #2
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    Some years ago I used the Drayton wireless controllers/stats and found the relay that was interfaced to the central heating would loose its radio frequency response, if the system lost its power.

    You then had to go back and re program the frequency response to the controller. A mate of mine says they have sorted this out now though.
    Martyn

    50 & 60 hz but 100's worse

  3. #3
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    Thanks for the response. I'll check them out. My intentions are just to use the setup to trend data, so there's no important dependencies on it.

  4. #4
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    Try www.pointsix.com for wireless sensors if all you need is monitoring. Their software only monitors six sensors but they have inexpensive OPC and DDE drivers that can bring the data into another system.

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