Wireless CAN Bus Sensor, Battery Powered, Industrial – Leap Sensors


The Leap wireless transceiver can integrate with most sensors with a CAN bus interface.  The sensor is powered by the Leap Sensor device battery with a power supply that can be specified from 3.6V to 24 volts.  No external power source is needed.

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Wireless CAN Bus Sensor Specifications

  • The Leap wireless sensor electronics can be integrated with most sensors with a CAN bus interface.
  • The Leap sensor can provide 3.6V (up to 24V) to power the I2C sensor from the Leap long-life battery – making the sensor truly wireless.
  • Contact Us to integrate an application-specific pressure sensor with the Leap Sensors wireless system.

About Leap Sensors®

Better Design – Better Data – Better Decisions™

Based on Phase IV Engineering’s 30 years of wireless sensor experience, Leap is THE system designed from the ground up to meet the specific needs of industrial users. These sensors are a true leap advancement in Industrial IoT wireless sensing.

  • Modular design makes it easy & cost-effective to adapt to your specific needs – and update easily for a “future-proof” system.
  • Edge computing manages large amounts of data before transmission to software – only get information you need.
  • Bank standard data security: Multi-layered Thread network security using AES-128 data encryption.
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This wireless sensor is ideal for monitoring:

  • Pressure sensors
  • Load cells
  • Any 4-20 mA output sensor
  • Current transformers

Patents pending.

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