Wireless Bluetooth transmitter for measuring sensor inputs

Omega's UWBT series is designed to measure different sensor inputs (such as thermocouple, RTD, relative humidity, and pH) and transmit the data to the user's smartphone or tablet via wireless Bluetooth communication.
By Omega Engineering March 2, 2015

Omega's UWBT series is designed to measure different sensor inputs such as thermocouple, RTD, relative humidity, and pH and transmits the data to the user's Smartphone or tablet via wireless Bluetooth communication. Courtesy: Omega EngineeringOmega’s UWBT series of Bluetooth transmitters is designed to measure different sensor inputs such as thermocouple, RTD, relative humidity, and pH and transmits the data to the user’s Smartphone or tablet via wireless Bluetooth communication from the free UWBT app, which can be used on an iOS or Android smartphone/tablet. The app’s features include the ability to be configured in nine different languages. It can also be paired with multiple transmitters simultaneously, monitors and logs sensor data on your smartphone or tablet, and displays sensor data in digital, graph, or gauge format. It also has the capability to download logged data to your smart phone or tablet and email the data to an email address or to the cloud, the UWBT logs up to 10 samples per second and logs data to the handheld transmitter with date/time stamping or directly to the smartphone/tablet and works with mobile devices and computers with USB communications.

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