Wireless Sensor Solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things

Turn “Oh-no!” surprises into “Aha!” insights.

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Low-risk initial trial

Expert configuration guidance

Installs in minutes

Multiple sensors per node

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We Have Your Wireless Sensor

Leap Sensors from Phase IV makes it easy to add remote monitoring to your critical equipment.

Temperature, vibration, strain, humidity, and more.

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What Makes Our Wireless Sensors Better?

Phase IV Engineering combines leading-edge technology with practical know-how – and makes it easier than ever before for you to install a wireless sensor network.

New! Wireless Sensors for Structural Health Monitoring (SHM)

Wireless monitoring of critical infrastructure, simplified. • Part of the Leap Sensors® system.

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Find out how Phase IV’s wireless sensors can help you:

  • Streamline tracking: our sensors are more accurate & less time consuming than manual measurements.
  • Increase safety: detect impending failure early, and avoid costly (and possibly dangerous) sudden stoppages.
  • Have less downtime: Gain insight into process & diagnose issues before they become costly failures.

……all at a real-world price.

What Our Customers Are Saying

“The SmartStem®, which was designed for us by Phase IV, can show how well an aircraft tire is performing based on the temperature and pressure readings. Users can also conduct other historic data analysis to determine how well tires are performing, which ones need to be refilled more often, to predict when they may require replacement.”

Eric Haas, Director of Business Development, Crane Aerospace & Electronics

“The new sensors have already given us the first-ever temperature measurements from parts of the UPA that were previously considered inaccessible. The readings from these sensors will give us much greater insight into the fine details of our process.”

Christopher Evans, Program Manager, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

“We can analyze the data right there. It shows you the graph time versus temperature and we can say, ‘Oh look, at ten minutes into the oven, that’s where we see our exotherm; that’s where we’ve cured.'”

Douglass Betts, Chemist Associate, Reichhold

“We received an alert when a freezer wasn’t functioning properly. We were able to quickly fix the problem & save our products. That more than paid for the cost of the system right there.”

Scott Hirst, Owner, Hirst Systems