Wireless sensors offer expanded measurement possibilities by enabling users to make measurements in locations where the use of cabled sensors is problematic. Wireless sensors are helpful in applications where the use of conduit or trenches is not feasible, certain cable types are not permitted inside buildings, or the use of long cables decreases the measurement quality.
The CWS900 allows a sensor with a special connector to be used in a wireless sensor network; the special connector is available as an option for a large variety of sensors. (See the Compatibility info...read more
With a CWS900E, you can use a variety of sensors in a wireless sensor network. (See the Compatibility information on the web page.) It contains an internal 868 MHz spread-spectrum radio that tran...read more
The CWS220 is a wireless version of our SI-111 infrared radiometer. It measures the surface temperature of an object without physical contact. This radiometer has an internal 900 MHz spread-spectrum r...read more
The CWS655 is a wireless version of our CS655 soil water reflectometer. It has 12 cm rods and monitors soil volumetric water content, bulk electrical conductivity, and temperature. This reflectometer...read more
The CWB100 is the master radio you use in a Campbell Scientific wireless-sensor network. It polls and stores data from up to 50 wireless sensors, and then passes that data to a datalogger. Its in...read more