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Tilt sensors designed for operation in hazardous environments

SignalFire Wireless Telemetry's Tilt Scout for angle measurement is now Class 1, Division 1 approved for operation in hazardous environments.  The latest member of the Scout family of Class 1, Division 1 integrated sensor nodes, the Tilt Scout combines an intrinsically safe wireless inclinometer with a 900mHz radio and antenna and an internal battery pack within a NEMA4X enclosure. The three-axis sensor detects the change in angle (movement) of an asset such as tank hatch position as part of a SignalFire Wireless Telemetry System. Designed for use in outdoor industrial applications, the Tilt Scout is also ideal for monitoring pump jack motion.

Wireless inclinometer from SignalFire monitors tank hatches and pump jack motion

SignalFire Wireless Telemetry introduces the TiltSCOUT, a new, patent-pending, intrinsically safe wireless inclinometer for tank hatch detection and pump jack motion monitoring. The innovative device helps mitigate environmental and safety risks associated with accidental emissions from tanks by monitoring and reporting the status (opened, partially opened, closed) of the tank's hatch. The built-in, three-axis sensor continually monitors the hatch and wirelessly transmits status if the tank hatch is moved. This feedback can help operators avoid or minimize environmental and unsafe gas emissions from a tank. 

Intrinsically-safe wireless flow totalizer

SignalFire Wireless Telemetry introduces a new Intrinsically-Safe Wireless Flow Totalizer that connects to industry-standard inductive turbine flow meters (such as the AW-Lake TW Turbine) to measure, locally display, wirelessly transmit and archive flow measurements.  Data and diagnostics are available locally using the display as well as remotely from a SignalFire Gateway using Modbus standard protocol. 

Wireless monitoring proves more efficient in tubing and casing pressure uses

Monitoring tubing and casing pressures from wellheads helps operators optimize ongoing well production while gaining a better understanding of long-term performance. Sites using manual monitoring methods are finding difficulty in managing costs, efficiency and accuracy of operations. Even wired remote monitoring systems are expensive when considering wire and trenching costs. Wireless remote monitoring systems are proving more cost effective and efficient in tracking tubing and casing pressures from wellheads, especially those located in challenging and large-scale environments.

Wireless remote shutdown systems

The hurricane hit three days ago. Huge, it both flooded and littered debris on roads, creating a state of emergency. The good news: half your wells are still in production. The bad news: your SCADA system is still down and you think three tank batteries might be full but your pumper and the tanker can’t get there. There is a berm, but it might be flooded and any spill is bad for business.

SignalFire adds new productivity tools that extend capabilities of wireless remote sensing systems for greater user productivity

SignalFire Wireless Telemetery has added new tools and capabilities to its Field Setup and Diagnostic ToolKit that optimize the user-friendliness and customer productivity of its range of Wireless Remote Sensing Systems. Interfacing with sensors, thermocouples, load cells, pots and even turbine meters, the Signal Fire Remote Sensing Systems (SFRSS) support long-distance, wireless communications across devices in challenging, large scale environments such as oil fields. The Field Setup and Diagnostic Toolkit offers different PC applications for customizable configuration and diagnostics for all SignalFire hardware.

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