Matrix+ the wireless and battery vibration monitoring system FAQ

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Matrix+ the wireless and battery vibration monitoring system FAQ

Minimalistic sensor for vibration detection applications 

What does the Matrix+ Vibration  system do? The sensors monitor for vibration levels at high speed and will count the amount of ‘vibration events’ over a given period. When the sensor reports into the CDLSmartHub™ , alerts can be generated via sms/email to configured recipients. Each sensor can be named in the platform which will…

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Vibration monitoring and IoT

Vibration monitoring and IoT  CDL has a long heritage of monitoring for vibration events, applications have been wide and varied to say the least. From monitoring the effects of waves on a Lighthouse in Cornwall, to monitoring for potentially damaging vibration levels on a 4.6 billion Year old meteorite at the Natural History museum. More regular applications include mainly monitoring construction…

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Smart Boiler Monitoring and the Role of IoT

Nano ULTRA-Edge

Case Scenario Commercial boiler equipment installed on commercial premises are often critical services and failure of these systems can cause major business disruption. In the instance of a commercially trading business, breakdown of such equipment could resort in substantial loss of income through wasted stock, operational efficiency could be impacted by the displacement of personnel…

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Peracetic acid, its potential harmful effects and the benefits of IoT

Peracetic acid, more commonly known as PAA, is a chemical used widely as a sanitiser across a range of industries such as food and beverage, hospitals, healthcare and pharmaceuticals. Against the backdrop of the Covid 19 pandemic, use of sanitizers has increased exponentially, both in a domestic setting and within business environments, and its production…

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Our Latest Application: Water Hygiene

CDL SmartHub

USE CASE We’ve recently acquired a client that had genuine cause to ensure water temperatures at client sites were at the optimum temperatures to avoid the growth of Legionella disease. Legionella bacteria is commonly found in water. The bacteria multiply where temperatures are between 20-45°C and nutrients are available. The bacteria are dormant below 20°C…

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Reaping the benefits of IoT asset management

The innovative world of IoT (Internet of Things) enabled products and services is growing exponentially. But if you already have equipment in place, can you harness the power of IoT to upgrade and enhance your offering? And, if so, how? You’ll be pleased to learn that it is entirely possible to reap the benefits of…

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Undetected water leaks cost businesses millions

Undetected water leaks are costing businesses millions every year – and yet a cost-effective solution is available. According to the Association of British Insurers, escape of water claims cost UK insurers £2.5 million a day, which adds up to nearly £1 billion a year. Similarly, Aviva has revealed water leaks are its highest frequency property…

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Water damage properties, restoration and IoT – Where is the value?

Water Damage

Advancements in IoT solutions have enabled light touch, quick to install monitoring systems to assist with property drying. Benefits can be yielded by policy holders, insurance companies and damage restoration companies. The headline points are summarised below:- Reduction of cycle times Higher throughput of loss handling Events commonly occur whilst drying properties that extend drying…

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Still using old style remote data loggers? Why?

STILL USING OLD STYLE REMOTE DATA LOGGERS? WHY?

Are you still using old style unconnected data loggers, and if so, why? The latest generation of “connected” remote data loggers or remote monitoring systems – now usually known as IoT or Internet of Things devices are available from CDL. You can read more about us in Engineering Update Easy to deploy, cost effective and…

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10 reasons your business needs an IoT strategy

The Internet of Things (IoT) is not a futuristic technology trend: it’s the first step in becoming a truly digital business and it starts with your things—your line-of-business assets and the data they produce, your cloud services, and your business intelligence tools. That’s the Internet of Your Things. By implementing an Internet of Things strategy,…

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