The OMEGA™ ZW-REC wireless receiver is designed to communicate up to 1000m* (3280') outdoor and around 100m* (328') indoor to various wireless sensors/transmitters. It connects directly to your Ethernet network and displays data on the built in Web Page without the need for any software. This built-in web server supports encryption to protect the sensitive data. Email and Text alarms can be sent using the optional Omega Enterprise Gateway (OEG) software.
You can monitor and record a range of remote sensors, including Thermocouple, RTD, infrared, Ambient Temperature, Relative Humidity and Barometric Pressure over an Ethernet network with no special software — just your web browser. OMEGA offers a complete wireless system solution supporting a wide range of application requirements in various industries, like Aerospace, Food Processing, Laboratory Research.
* Without obstruction or interference.
Compatible Wireless Transmitters: XW Series (XW-ED): Up to 128 End Devices ZW Series (ZW-ED): Up to 128 End Devices UW Series (UWTC, UWRTD, UWIR, UWRH, UWPH): Up to 127 End Devices
Agency Approval: ECCN 5A992; EMC 2014/30/EU; LVD 2014/35/EU; RED 2014/53/EU; FCC ID TY0JN5168M5 Note: Because of transmission frequency regulations, the ZW series products may only be used in the United States, Canada, Europe, China, Japan, Korea, and Brazil.
A Complete Wireless System Requires At Least:
Case 1: One XW End Device (XW-EDA), One ZW Receiver (ZW-REC), and One or Two Analog Sensors (TC/RTD/mA/V) Example: 3 XW-ED, 6 K-Type Thermocouples and 1 ZW-REC for a 3 zone wireless temperature measurement system
Case 2: One ZW End Device (ZW-ED), One Digital Probe (zTPx-P, ZTHPx-P or zBTx-P) and One ZW Receiver (ZW-REC). Example: 3 ZW-ED, 3 zTP1-P and 1 ZW-REC for a 3 zone wireless temperature measurement system
Case 3: One UW Series End Device (UWTC-x, UWRTD-x, UWIR-x, UWRH-x, UWPH-x) and One ZW Receiver (ZW-REC). Example: UWRH-2 and ZW-REC for a complete wireless RH system
Rated 1 out of
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Nothing but problems with these devicesI purchaced several of these along with a bunch of the ZW-ED devices. Getting the ZW-ED device to communicate with the ZW-REC device seems to be a near impossibility. When I have talked to the people over at Omegas data acquisition department, I was told that they "no longer support the onboard dashboard" and that I need to use the "Omega Enterprise Dashboard". When I tried to install that software the installer tried to update my internet settings (something I cannot do due to company policy).
The ZW-ED device "connects" to the ZW-REC as in the blue LED indicator blinks 5 times and shuts off indicating a connection per the manual, but doesnt actually connect. I've had devices dead on arrival (it happens I know) and I've had to update firmware right out of the box.
If you want to use these, be ready to put in more time into getting the devices to run than they will actually be running.
Customer support = frequent disconnects (every time i've tried to talk with them) and restarting the troubleshooting process every time you try to reconnect. I'm so tired of explaining the same problem and answering the same questions.
Date published: 2018-04-04
Rated 5 out of
Good things come in small packagesI was looking for some lab quality sensors with access to the internet for a client and come across this device by Omega and was presently surprised at the simplicity of the operation and setup. With built in webserver the client is extremely happy and that goes double for me!