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Same reason my mom went to the grocery store with a reusable natural fiber bag and I come back with a plastic bag directly to the trash... I know modern times are the right way
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I know the wireless sensor we offer is potted battery due to ip67k sealing and Atex qualification. We get 5 years battery with temp and rms overall every 30 minutes and fft-twf-waterfall every 12 hours.

8khz fmax 6400 lines.

I see some sensor makers are going to edge processing at the sensors so the sensors only transmit when an alarm is triggered /threshold breached to reduce data traffic I presume?
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Yes calculation do draw relative low power compared to transmission of data you don't "need". Variable speed, variable process is more difficult.
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At one of the sites I go to there's a wheelie bin for used batteries - meant for destination recycling.

You know how heavy that superdude is...???

I don't want to be swearing (cussing if you are American) but that bin (trashcan) weighs a ton.  All that lead. So the practicality of recycling is maybe not so practical. rgds


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They do have power and bandwidth to do REB calculations. We have a sensor with 3 Hertz to 11 kilohertz (-3dB) and 8,000 lines on the X axis and 10 Hertz to 3,1000 Hertz on Y/Z. Six year battery life based on 15 minute temp, 1 hour overall and once per day FFT/TWF. $450. Cheaper triax 10-3,100 Hertz on all 3 axis. $250.

As far as I know, only Fluke and iAlert from Gould's are low bandwidth and throwaway when battery goes dead. Ours and many others have replaceable batteries.


These are good stats. I am most familiar with my company's offering obviously, plus our competitors and motor vendor offerings. The price point we have to meet is $100, with IP67 (didn't mean IP65 in previous post), including a machine protection aspect, which means edge processing. Then it really is a different animal completely to yours.
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I know the wireless sensor we offer is potted battery due to ip67k sealing and Atex qualification. We get 5 years battery with temp and rms overall every 30 minutes and fft-twf-waterfall every 12 hours.

8khz fmax 6400 lines.

I see some sensor makers are going to edge processing at the sensors so the sensors only transmit when an alarm is triggered /threshold breached to reduce data traffic I presume?
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MarkL.... Is it possible to share what system you offer please? Thank you.
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aa 's  or aaa's are very dense so enormous weight per volume. I'ts terrible and we all rely on them unfortunately.
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No problem just sent you a PM, check your inbox.

https://www.sensoteq.co.uk/
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THANK YOU.
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