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Johnson Space Center Installs Wireless Datalogging System

April 6, 2006

NASA has installed more than 200 wireless sensors throughout five buildings to monitor all types of laboratory equipment at its Johnson Space Center in Houston. The center evaluated wireline data loggers and chart recorders, but determined that only a wireless system was able to meet its criteria.


[Laboratory Talk] NASA has installed more than 200 wireless sensors throughout five buildings to monitor all types of laboratory equipment at its Johnson Space Center in Houston. The center evaluated wireline data loggers and chart recorders, but determined that only a wireless system was able to meet its criteria.

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