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Reliable web based monitoring solutions for air and water quality monitoring

Sep 17 2018 Read 216 Times

Dexdyne’s web-enabled remote monitoring systems are used globally in numerous air quality and environmental applications. Their range of DX remote communication terminals (RCTs) can connect analogue/digital sensors directly and to any controller/PLC via a Modbus RS485/TCPIP.

Their technology acquires data, can be configured to trigger SMS alerts and transmit the acquired data to the cloud based dashboard server. The dashboard provides user friendly interface to the data and help the user to manage all their installations on-line from a single log-in from any web enabled device. There are no licensing fees and no limit to the number of users.

DX RCTs need no special software to be installed on your iPhone/PC/iPad/laptop. Data is sent over a secure GSM/GPRS/G4 or an ADSL link and this can be interchanged. There is no need to change any of your current infrastructure either, Dexdyne’s solution is controller agnostic.

Dexdyne are leaders in monitoring of sensors, instruments and remote processes. Delivering a service which captures invaluable raw data, allowing customers to analyse their data using an easy to use web based interface. Customers use the insight gained to increase efficiency and up-time, while reducing costs. Dexdyne’s DXP100 unit is IP65 rated, robust and waterproof so ideal for deployment at outdoor operational sites for air and water quality monitoring.

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