Direct replacements for wireless transmitter series

Adaptive Wireless Solutions (AWS) has released a line of industrial wireless transmitters that are intended to be a direct replacement to the Honeywell XYR5000 wireless family, which are designed for process automation applications.

09/30/2014


Adaptive Wireless Solutions (AWS) has released a line of industrial wireless transmitters that are intended to be a direct replacement to the Honeywell XYR5000 wireless family, which are designed for process automation applications. Courtesy: Adaptive WirAdaptive Wireless Solutions (AWS) has released a line of industrial wireless transmitters that are intended to be a direct replacement to the Honeywell XYR5000 wireless family, which are designed for process automation applications. Courtesy: Adaptive WirAdaptive Wireless Solutions (AWS) has released a line of industrial wireless transmitters that are intended to be a direct replacement to the Honeywell XYR5000 wireless family. Honeywell is phasing out the wireless series, and AWS, the original developer, is providing replacements for existing users. AWS will provide everything from entirely new units to spare parts and batteries with complete certifications—including hazardous area and radio frequency compliance. This will allow them to expand or maintain their existing installations. The AWS wireless transmitters have the same technical specifications as the XYR5000 series. The wireless transmitters are designed for process automation applications and allow the user to place sensors in any location, even if there’s no power. The wireless sensors are designed to send recorded values to a base radio, which interconnects with distributed control system (DCS) protocols and can be supplied with outputs that track the remote sensor values to the user's legacy systems. 

Adaptive Wireless Solutions LLC

www.adaptive-wireless.com 

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