The Iris Wireless Bridge provides the ability to use Cyclops plunger arrival sensors in plunger lift applications where wire is not an economically viable or easily attainable option.
Calgary, Alberta (PRWEB) May 16, 2016
Extreme Telematics Corp. (ETC) is pleased to announce the release of our brand new wire replacement system! The Iris Wireless Bridge provides the ability to use Cyclops plunger arrival sensors in plunger lift applications where wire is not an economically viable or easily attainable option. Designed to replace traditional wire and trenching with plug and play equipment, Iris is a cost-effective, easy to use system that safely enables up to 2 switches per node to be powered and relayed back to a panel-mounted gateway up to ½ mile away. Installation is quick and easy; Simply terminate Cyclops to the Iris Wireless Bridge Plunger Sensor Node and connect the outputs on the Gateway to any standard control system. To get more out of your Iris Wireless Bridge at a single well site, connect an additional switch to the second discrete input to wirelessly monitor pressures or tanks. For use in multi-well applications, connect up to two Cyclops sensors per Node, or use the Modbus interface with additional nodes to expand the number of linked devices.
Looking to connect additional devices, or need a wireless solution for another switch or sensor? The Iris Wireless Bridge comes with a flexible interface to enable a variety of system configurations and applications. The current state of up to 2 switches and a Modbus device connected to each node can be read from the gateway using the integrated Modbus Slave interface, while the Iris Gateway can connect to up to 240 nodes. Additional nodes are available with a range of sensor interfaces including Analog, HART, Modbus, RTDs and Turbine Meters. Contact ETC today for more information!
DIN rail mounted Gateway modules are Class I, Div 2 certified for safe operation with your preferred control system. Nodes are Class I, Div 1 certified, providing full flexibility for a variety of safe installation locations. As new features become available, configuring Iris is fast, easy, and convenient with Vision software.
For more info, visit http://www.etcorp.ca/iris-wireless-bridge.
About Extreme Telematics Corp.
Extreme Telematics Corp. (ETC) is an engineering firm specializing in low power controls and sensors for hazardous locations. Celebrating 15 years in business and innovation in 2016, ETC started out in 2001 to deliver certified plunger lift controls that would operate reliably in Canada’s often harsh conditions. Today, ETC plunger lift controls and sensors dominate the Canadian market, and are already the top choice for major producers in the United States. In addition to the Iris Wireless Bridge, ETC's product line includes the well-known Cyclops plunger arrival sensor and the recently released Sasquatch plunger velocity sensor. The ALiEn2 plunger lift controller is available worldwide, and can be found on thousands of wellsites in a variety of custom plunger lift service company brands, and the PC180 Chemical Management System is quickly gaining traction with North American producers. ETC also offers electronic product design services for custom projects.