What are the classifications and applications of wireless transmitters?

- Nov 14, 2020-

With the continuous development and improvement of the wireless communication technology of the Internet of Things, the traditional wired data collection and transmission methods have gradually changed and eliminated. As a wireless sensor network product, wireless transmitters will gradually replace traditional wired transmitters in the future. Currently, the most widely used wireless transmitters on the market mainly include wireless temperature transmitters, wireless temperature and humidity transmitters, wireless gas transmitters, wireless pressure transmitters, and wireless liquid level transmitters. So, which fields are these wireless transmitters used in?

1. Wireless temperature transmitter

Wireless temperature transmitters are mainly used in food, electronic production workshops, pharmacies, refrigerators, cold storage, warehouses, computer rooms, laboratories, industrial HVAC, libraries, archives, museums, incubators, greenhouses, tobacco, grain depots, Hospitals and other areas that require environmental monitoring.


2. Wireless temperature and humidity transmitter

Wireless temperature and humidity transmitters are widely used, such as wine cellars, basements, computer rooms, granaries, food, vaccine storage and transportation, agriculture and animal husbandry, archives, cultural relics, households and industries.


3. Wireless gas transmitter

Wireless gas transmitters have a wide range of applications in the detection of toxic, flammable, explosive, and carbon dioxide gases, and are mainly used in industrial and mining enterprises such as petroleum, mining, semiconductor industries, and household environmental detection and control. In the petroleum, petrochemical, and mining industries, hydrogen sulfide, carbon monoxide, chlorine, methane and combustible hydrocarbons are the main detection gases. The most important thing in the semiconductor industry is to detect phosphorus, arsenic and silane. Commonly, there are wireless monitoring of gases such as hazardous chemical warehouses, oil depots, and storage tanks.


4. Wireless pressure transmitter

Wireless pressure transmitters are widely used in various industrial automation environments, involving water conservancy and hydropower, railway transportation, intelligent buildings, production automation, aerospace, military, petrochemical, oil well, electric power, ships, machine tools, pipelines and many other industries. The most common, such as municipal water supply and drainage pipelines, steam supply pipelines, heating pipelines and other pressure wireless monitoring.


5. Wireless liquid level transmitter

Wireless liquid level transmitter: Water plants, oil refineries, chemical plants, glass plants, sewage treatment plants, high-rise water supply systems, reservoirs, rivers, oceans, etc. The measurement and control of static and dynamic liquid level of various liquids in oil wells, oil tanks, oil pools.