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Monitor pressure and temperature in refrigerant lines

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Transducers Direct

Transducers Direct

The new TDWLB-LC series wireless transducer (photo) is designed for use with sensors installed on refrigerant lines to monitor both pressure and temperature, and ensure that the proper amount of refrigerant is in the system and it is running efficiently. Users can configure sensor nomenclature and set high or low alarms in a free mobile app, as well as view sub-cooling and superheating calculations. Data can be viewed remotely with a wireless gateway companion product. The device is very lightweight, due to its composite material of construction. The TDWLB-LC transducer offers resolution and noise immunity, while using very little power, says the company. — Transducers Direct, Cincinnati, Ohio

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