- January 17, 2018Read more
From February 12 through 15, SignalFire will showcase their wireless remote sensing system to attendees of the 22nd Annual ARC Industry Forum in Orlando, Florida. This is a prestigious event draws attendees from multiple industries around the world interested in learning how companies are benefiting from technology innovations.
- January 17, 2018Read more
SignalFire introduces a new intrinsically safe wireless inclinometer for tank hatch, vault access, and pump jack monitoring called the TiltSCOUT. The patent-pending wireless inclinometer helps mitigate environmental and safety risks associated with accidental emissions from tanks by monitoring the position status of a hatch using an accelerometer that measures the angle. With feedback from the TiltSCOUT, operators can determine if a tank hatch is closed, cracked or open and quickly resolve the situation to avoid environmental emissions and unsafe…
SignalFire Strengthens Sales Network and Customer Support throughout North America with Seven New Automation Solution ProvidersDecember 7, 2017Read more
SignalFire Wireless Telemetry expands its customer reach and support throughout the United States and Canada by adding seven new channel partners to represent its wireless telemetry solutions. These automation and instrumentation solution providers will increase responsiveness to our channel end users by offering local application engineering and product availability. The companies include Eastern Controls, Andrews Industrial, ControValve, CB Engineering, BBP, Power Controls and TCRI Measurements.
Intrinsically Safe, Wireless Flow Totalizer from SignalFire Provides Field Display of Flow Rates and Totals from Flow MetersAugust 28, 2017Read more
SignalFire Wireless Telemetry introduces a new Intrinsically Safe Wireless Flow Totalizer that connects to industry-standard 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.
Connecting Farm Operations with a SignalFire Wireless Sensor Control System for Greater Data Management and Operational ConnectivityJune 5, 2017Read more
Farming requires managing a multitude of assets and operations. Staying connected to what is happening with the field environment, equipment utilization, supply levels and crop growth is an essential – and challenging – task to remain productive.
VEGAPULS69 Level Sensors with SignalFire Remote Sensing System Automate Flour Usage Management in Pizza Production PlantApril 5, 2017Read more
A regional pizza commissary will soon be able to remotely and more efficiently manage flour storage silos at its production plant from locally-networked personal computers. VEGA Americas and SignalFire Wireless Telemetry have teamed up to couple VEGAPULS69 radar level instruments with a SignalFire Remote Sensing System (SFRSS) to provide a wireless remote monitoring and control solution to track flour usage.
- March 30, 2017Read more
SignalFire is currently beta testing two new products – a wireless tank hatch sensor for remote tank monitoring as well as a HART Sentinel node that provides the capability to interface with multiple HART devices.
SignalFire Introduces Tilt Scout – the “Hatch Watchdog” Wireless Thief Hatch Sensor for Remote Tank MonitoringMarch 23, 2017Read more
SignalFire has introduced the Hatch Watchdog, a wireless thief hatch sensor that monitors the status of tank hatches to mitigate environmental and safety risks associated with accidental emissions. When tank hatches – known as thief hatches – remain ajar, they can release vapors into the atmosphere. Stringent regulations in controlling emissions can result in fines due to leaking tank hatches. Protecting the environment is also a priority for many companies with green initiatives.
SignalFire Wireless Telemetry System Replaces Aging Wired Control System in Monitoring Hydroelectric Dam LevelsMarch 14, 2017Read more
The SignalFire Remote Sensing System™ (SRFSS) offered a more secure and robust alternative to an aging wired sensor control system for remote monitoring of hydroelectric dam levels. Previously, a hydrostatic level sensing system consisting of a hard-wired cable measured reservoir water levels of a hydroelectric dam. In determining the amount of available energy and storage volume in the dam, reservoir water level height must be continuously monitored.
Signal Fire Remote Monitoring System Offers Safer, Wireless Solution In Monitoring Levels of Acid in Rail CarsFebruary 2, 2017Read more
A regeneration facility replaced a manual method of measuring hazardous liquids in rail cars with a Signal Fire Remote Sensing System to increase worker safety. Previously, technicians used a measurement stick to determine the levels of sulfuric acid in rail cars shipped to the site daily by a refinery. Using the stick required tank measurement multiple times a day, exposing workers to acid fumes, posing a risk to their safety and health. As a manual method, tank measurement by stick varied…