Sensor Networks, Inc. and Cosasco announce technology partnership
Published by Aimee Knight,
Sensor Networks, Inc. (SNI) a leader in non-intrusive, wireless ultrasonic sensor technologies and Cosasco, the pioneer and technology leader in intrusive corrosion monitoring, announced their first collaborative product – Echo Point® by Cosasco, a non-intrusive metal loss monitoring instrument for your critical assets. This break-through technology has incredible accuracy to measure wall thickness, as well as internal pitting, operates under ultra-high temperature, and utilises the industry-standard Wireless HART technology.
Available in three different transducer models, the sensor attaches easily to an asset’s outer surface with clamps or a magnetic base and can measure through surface coatings in many applications. Echo Point features an embedded temperature sensor in the tip of the product, is a hazardous-location certified instrument and rated for Class I, Div. I, Zone 0 atmospheres.
Cosasco will provide an interactive experience with the data through the Cosasco Data Online management system via HART-IP, Modbus TCP/IP, or OPC to DCS and SCADA systems.
“We are excited to be partnering with Cosasco on this new product development and release” states Dr. James Barshinger, Co-founder & CTO of Sensor Networks. Christene Banda, President of Cosasco, says “Echo Point is the starting point for future innovations and partnerships that drive our purpose to remove the uncertainty in monitoring the health of critical assets.”
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