RF Code Increases Power Data Center Management with New 420mA WireFree Sensor Tags

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This sensor tag integrates with existing 4-20mA sensors to monitor and measure environmental conditions in data centers, hospitals and other critical facilities.


Austin, Texas, April 23, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) - Austin, Texas, April 23, 2014 - RF Code, the leader in wire-free, real-time asset management and environmental monitoring solutions, announced the R180 4-20mA sensor tags, that enable users to integrate 4-20mA sensors into their RF Code sensor network. Industry-standard 4-20mA sensorsavailable both as individual "stand alone" sensors and as integrated components of devices such as Smart PDUs (Power Distribution Units), refrigeration units and generatorsare used to measure and report specific physical or environmental conditions such as temperature, pressure, tank levels, or flow rates.

Typically, data can only be obtained from these sensors when they are physically connected to a control system or other device, requiring extensive wiring and cabling to receive the monitored data. Now with the R180 sensor tag, users can now easily connect their existing 4-20mA sensor directly into the sensor tag to allow transmission of readings over RF Codes wire-free network. The data obtained from the sensor reader is transmitted to a management platform, such as RF Codes Zone Manager middleware and Asset Manager platform to review and conduct analysis of the data collected.

Two well-known global computer manufacturers are presently deploying R180 tags in their data centers, connecting the 4-20mA sensors integrated with their existing air cooling/air handling systems and emergency generators to their wire-free sensor networks. By replacing costly wired connections with RF Code wire-free sensor tags, these customers are simultaneously reducing operational costs and increasing visibility into the data center environment. This ensures that data center operators have the information they need to maximize savings and minimize downtime. RF Code customers are also using R180 sensor tags to monitor equipment and conditions outside the data center, including:

Cryogenic freezer units in healthcare facilities Fuel levels in emergency backup generators deployed in mobile and cellular network towers and remote facilities Air pressure regulator and air flow control valves in industrial environments Fluid level sensors in industrial and chemical fluid storage tanks

For a closer look at RF Codes R180 4-20mA sensor tags, visit 0ur website at www.rfcode.com

About RF Code, Inc. RF Code is one of the world's fastest growing, leading providers of distributed IT environmental monitoring and asset management solutions. The company is headquartered in Austin, TX, with offices and partners in the UK, EMEA, Australia, Asia and South America.

Its patented tracking and sensor technologies are deployed by many of the Fortune 250 and help manage the global data centers and logistics management of some of the largest IT service providers.

RF Code is an essential component of the asset management, risk and compliance assurance, and automated control systems in healthcare, IT Services, industrial supply chains, facilities management and natural resources / oil & gas industries. http://pressreleaseleader.com/pr/29705/2.html.

For RF Code media inquiries, contact rfcode2@gcl-us.com Ginger Potter 512.439.2238

Press Contact Ginger Potter RF Code, Inc. 9229 Waterford Centre Blvd. Suite 500 Austin, Texas 78758 +1-512-439-2238 http://www.rfcode.com/


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