Wireless sensors at the TE Sensor Solutions (TESS) exhibit will remotely monitor barometric pressure, humidity, temperature and proximity at the main exhibit via smart badges, with data displayed at the TESS exhibit. Using a simple computer interface, wireless sensors across several different industrial markets will remotely track environmental changes to improve productivity and identify any problems before a failure occurs.
Also on display will be a number of key sensor technologies for industrial applications, including test and measurement, and microelectromechanical-based (MEMS) waterproof altimeters for liquid or gas pressure measurement. TE will also feature ‘header-less’ media-isolated digital output sensors that offer low cost and high temperature performance. All sensors can be used in a wide range of applications in the harshest conditions.
Further, on Tuesday, November 8, during the IT2 Conference held in conjunction with electronica, Dave Enright, Field Application Engineer, TE Connectivity, will discuss the role sensors play in Industrial IoT and the Connected Factory.
With engineering expertise in areas as diverse as the connected home, the connected car and the connected factory, TE is helping to enable a connected life by sensing data, power and signals in areas never before possible. Offering one of the broadest sensor portfolios in the industry, the company meets a wide range of application needs through customized solutions and close customer collaboration.