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Wireless battery free sensor systems continuously monitors and transmits data

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Farsens has packaged everything needed to run a full passive sensor system including several RFID-based sensor tags, a commercial UHF RFID reader, a reader antenna, a reader power supply and an Ethernet cable to connect to a PC or a laptop. The kit also comes with a software program to display the sensor tag data. Tags in these kits come in non-protected PCB formats for custom encapsulation or embedding in non-metallic assets/materials. Four sensor options are available. The BFTS (battery free temperature sensor) kit is for temperature sensing with the Fenix sensor tags, the BFPS kit is for pressure sensing with Vortex sensor tags, the BFOS kit comes with the Kineo orientation sensors used to monitor spatial orientation of assets, and the BFSS kit packs the company’s X1 switch sensor RFID tags to monitor the open/close status of a mechanical switch.

Visit Farsens S.L. at www.farsens.com

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