ELECSYS ANNOUNCES NEW IIoT 2-CHANNEL SENSOR MONITOR WITH DATA LOGGER

Olathe, Kansas (April 17, 2018) – Elecsys Corporation, a leader in IIoT communication technology solutions, data acquisition systems, and custom electronic equipment for critical industrial applications, announced its introduction of the new SentraLink LT sensor and transducer monitor today at the NACE Corrosion 2018 conference. The SentraLink LT offers a fast sampling frequency for two separate sensors or transducers, ruggedized electronics, and a built-in data logger that can store information internally or send via cellular modem to Elecsys’s web-interface.

“The SentraLink LT opens up a realm of monitoring possibilities for our customers who have struggled to monitor pressures, flows, and corrosion rates at an attractive price point,” said Matt Andrews, Vice President of Engineering at Elecsys. “With the built-in data logger, functionality is extended for metering and pulse accumulation, all of which communicate to the customer’s secure data portal.”

Key features of the SentraLink LT include:

• Rugged, compact 2-channel sensor/transducer monitor
• Flexible power offerings – 10-25VAC, 9-30VDC, or internal battery power
• Internal data logger
• Multiple input connections – Digital, 4-20mA, 0-5V, or 0-10V signal inputs

Like all Elecsys products, the SentraLink LT is manufactured in the USA and comes with free technical support.

To learn more about the features and versatility of the entire Elecsys remote monitoring product lines, please visit www.elecsyscorp.com.

About Elecsys Corporation
Elecsys Corporation provides innovative machine-to-machine (M2M) communication technology solutions, data acquisition and management systems, and custom electronic equipment for critical industrial applications. The Company’s primary markets include energy, agriculture, transportation, safety and security systems, and water management. Elecsys proprietary equipment and services are deployed wherever high quality and reliability are essential. Elecsys is a wholly owned subsidiary of Lindsay Corporation (NYSE: LNN).