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The term "wireless" indicates communication systems between electronic devices that do not use cables generally using low-power radio waves.


The WIRELESS SENSORS SYSTEM by LogicaH&S based on radiofrequency has countless advantages:

  • Total absence of connection cables, consequently it is possible to move the loads of wood or move inside the kiln without the risk of tearing the cables, eliminating the costs of damaged cables and the time necessary to restore them

  • The battery inside the transmitters is easily replaced by the user using a simple screwdriver, so there is no need to buy new transmitters when the batteries run out of charge

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How does it work?

The system was designed to conduct:

  • Drying and/or heat treatment cycles through kiln dryers and LogicaH&S controllers equipped with KilnBus protocol

  • Monitoring of moisture and temperature values (for example checking the characteristics of the wood in the warehouse) using LogicaH&S PC data acquisition software

  • Drying cycles and monitoring activities through third-party systems compatible with the ModBus RTU protocol.

What is it made of?

The LogicaH&S Wireless system consists of the following parts:

  • Receiving unit

  • MoistureMouse Transmitters

  • RH/T box

  • WinDisk - RH/T anemometer

  • Antenna with stainless steel fixing support

  • Self piercing electrode kit in stainless steel

  • Stainless steel template for inserting the electrodes


For any details, consult the paragraph relating to accessories.

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Il sistema
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Wood moisture transmitter

Measuring wood moisture on the surface and in depth, and also the core temperature is now easier with MoistureMouse

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RH/T Wireless Transmitter

Measuring the climate in the kiln is now as easy as hanging a picture.


Wireless Transmitter

An anemometer specially designed to measure the air flow in the kiln, which can be freely positioned anywhere.


Wireless Receiver Unit

Receives packets from all nearby sensors and forwards them via KilnBus or Modbus interface.

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