Senquip remote monitoring ORBs are extremely rugged and programmable telemetry devices that connect to any industrial sensor or system to the internet.
Senquip exists to simplify remote monitoring. The technology gives you the ability to monitor remote systems and sensors locally through the internet, saving you both time and money. Senquip brings years of design experience to the problem of remote monitoring. The philosophy is to use leading-edge technology to bring simple to use, relevant, connected solutions to harsh industrial environments.
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The Senquip ORBs can be used to monitor countless equipment types in countless applications, including:
Features of the Senquip Remote Monitoring ORBs
- Superior flexibility: integrate and measure with numerous sensors including voltage, current, frequency, ~RS232, RS485, MODBUS, CAN bus, position, speed, vibration, temperature and pressure.
- Extremely accessible: instantly send data anywhere – send data from your orb to the intuitive Senquip portal or a server of your choice.
- Total connectivity: connections via bluetooth, wifi and 4G lte.
- Fail-safe power: the Senquip orbs come equipped with multiple power sources – power is supplied by a 10v to 72v power supply, AA batteries or solar. An internal battery supplies power in the event of a power outage.
- Designed to be tough: IP67 rated, UV stabilised, vibration tested and chemical resistant. The Senquip orbs are made for harsh and tough applications.
- Simple, yet adaptable: Access data from any phone, tablet or laptop with the integrated webserver, and users have the ability to write their own scripts.
Video: Sensor Connectivity Made Easy
Industries and applications for Senquip remote monitoring
- Mining – Process optimisation; environmental monitoring
- Industry – Process control and monitoring
- Water Services – Level and quality control
- Farming – Soil and water management
- Aquaponics – Water condition monitoring
- Smart cities – Improving the lives of residents
- Environment – Monitoring air-quality pollution
- Emergency Services – Monitoring of environmental factors to provide early warnings for natural disasters