Versatile and Easy-to-Use Wireless Modem for Gas-Detection Monitors Delivers Integrated GPS and Bluetooth Capabilities
Dec 24 2010 Read 894 Times
Rae Systems Inc. (USA) have introduced the ATEX-certified RaeLink3 Z1 modem. It is a long-range wireless modem that provides a reliable and intrinsically safe way for safety professionals to easily integrate gas-and-radiation monitors from Rae Systems, and select third-party companies, into a single Rae Systems’ wireless detection system using ProRae Guardian or ProRae Remote safety-monitoring software. This allows multiple detection technologies to be viewed on a single platform with easy access to real-time sensor and global positioning system (GPS) readings.
Monitors linked with the rugged RaeLink3 Z1 modem can communicate sensor data and GPS coordinates to a PC running Rae Systems’ safety-monitoring software to view and track sensors, and response personnel. It is part of the AreaRae wireless gas-detection system, an ATEX-certified multi-gas monitor used in industrial safety, emergency response and security applications to transmit real-time gas and radiation measurement data.
The RaeLink3 Z1 modem is versatile and easy to deploy, its wireless Bluetooth connectivity simplifies use with RAE Systems handheld monitors by eliminating cables. An integrated design enables two monitors to be used with one RaeLink3 Z1 modem so there’s less for responders to carry. A user-friendly interface simplifies configuration and status checking of the RaeLink3 Z1 for quick and easy deployment.
“Rae Systems continues to expand its family of wireless products with solutions that put customers in control of their threat data while making the safety manager’s job easier,” said Rae Systems’ Vice President of Marketing Bill Jackson. “It’s very powerful to be able to track where people are so when something goes into alarm, you can pinpoint where the threat is and who’s at risk – all in real time.”
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