1/30/2006

Wireless Data Collection

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DataSure wireless data collection system uses radio transmission to cover thousands of square feet while preserving the integrity of measurement data, says maker L. S. Starrett Company.

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DataSure wireless data collection system uses radio transmission to cover thousands of square feet while preserving the integrity of measurement data, says maker L.S. Starrett Company. Developed to be equally effective for use in the shop, metrology lab or in large, plant-wide applications, the system interfaces to various brands of electronic measuring tools and software.

According to the company, the system automates data collection to improve speed and accuracy when compared to manual recording. In addition, the product allows users to bring the gage to the work, therefore enhancing application flexibility and safety.

Three elements comprise the system: miniature radios (end nodes) that connect to the data output ports of electronic tools; a gateway that connects to a PC via the USB or serial port; and signal routers that extend the system range in increments of 100' each and can be configured to create the mesh architecture.

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