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Impress Sensors unveils its new range of wireless pressure transmitters and receivers at Utility Week Live 2017

On stand G21 at the Utility Week Live 2017 exhibition, from 23-24 May 2017 at the NEC in Birmingham, instrumentation specialist Impress Sensors & Systems Ltd will be showcasing a new range of easy-to-install wireless pressure transducers for harsh, inaccessible environments. These transducers are easily paired to either a single or a five-channel wireless receiver, providing a cost effective pressure measurement solution.

The IWPT series of stainless steel wireless pressure transmitters is a replacement for a traditional wired pressure transducer, but also offers the advantages of low cost installation (i.e. without expensive cable runs) in inaccessible, remote and high cost installation environments. Typical applications include environmental monitoring (pumping stations, sewage plants and water treatment), facilities management (boiler rooms, plant hydraulics and pneumatics), and asset monitoring (tank farms, process plants, HVAC and building management).

IWPT pressure transmitters are easily paired with the IWR series of single- or five-channel wireless receivers, thus offering a plug-and-play solution to pressure measurement applications. The IWPT transmitter uses a piezoresistive thick film ceramic sensor mounted within a 316 stainless steel housing that provides excellent media compatibility for the harshest of applications. A swivel adaptor is available that allows the sensor head to be easily aligned to the IWR receiver. A line-of-sight range of up to 750 metres is possible between transmitter and receiver, depending on the wireless receiver used.

The IWPT transmitter is available in nominal pressure ranges from 1 to +400 bar gauge. A five-year battery life at 10-second transmission update rate ensures the device can perform reliably in remote or inaccessible installations. Each device is temperature-compensated, calibrated and supplied with a traceable serial number.

The IWR-1 (single channel) and IWR-5 (five-channel) wireless receivers have user-selectable voltage or mA outputs that correspond to the calibrated pressure range of the remote IWPT wireless pressure transmitters, as well as 5A rated changeover contacts for alarm functionality. User channel configuration is also possible by using the IWR-Set program, which ensures minimal user set up time.

At the show, Impress Sensors will also showcase a number of different submersible level, pressure and temperature transmitters, including a flush diaphragm, IP68 pressure sensor for underground applications.

For more information or to book an appointment on the stand, please call the sales department on 01635 291 600. For more product information, please visit the website www.impress-sensors.co.uk


About Impress Sensors & Systems Ltd
Impress Sensors & Systems Ltd (www.impress-sensors.co.uk) is a rapidly expanding UK manufacturer and distributor of instrumentation products based in Aldermaston, Berkshire. The company prides itself on its expertise in pressure measurement and its knowledge of general instrumentation. The company manufactures its own range of standard and custom-designed pressure instruments in the UK, and distributes a wide portfolio of instrumentation products from its European partners - BD Sensors in Germany and Metallux in Switzerland. Impress specialises in offering a customised service in applications where standard products may not satisfy the technical requirements and price aspirations of customers. The company boasts the necessary technical expertise in mechanical, electronic and application engineering that enables it to supply instruments tailored to the customer's requirements.

For more information, please contact...

Sam Drury
IMPress Sensors & Systems Ltd.
Regency House
22-25 Kingsclere Park,
Kingsclere,
Berkshire RG20 4SW
Tel: +44(0) 118 981 7980
Fax: +44(0) 118 981 7990
e-mail:
sam.drury@impress-sensors.co.uk
website: www.impress-sensors.co.uk

April 2017

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