Frequently Asked Questions about Pressure

Yes.  The user manual shows how to connect the wires from the standard pressure sensor to the spring-loaded terminal block inside the enclosure.  The Leap transceiver node can support one 4-20 mA sensor and three 0-10V sensors.  Just set the min and max values in the configuration screen along with the unit of measure for the pressure.

Yes – a powerful battery inside the enclosure can supply 12VDC or 24VDC to the sensor.  The sensor is powered-on right before it is read to minimize the battery drain.  Set the “settling time” for the sensor in the configuration options to assure the sensor is stabilized before it is read.

Yes.  For differential pressure, the Leap transceiver node calculates and sends the differential pressure so that alerts may be easily be created in the Leap Sensor Manager software on the differential pressure reading.

Yes.  The Leap transceiver node is wireless but uses a radio transmission that is different from a local area network – so it isn’t really a wifi wireless pressure sensor – but a wireless pressure sensor that communicates with the Leap gateway.

Common Applications for Pressure

  • Wireless differential pressure sensor
  • Wireless air pressure gauge
  • Wifi water pressure gauge
  • Remote water pressure gauge
  • Remote pressure sensor
  • Multiple wireless pressure sensors to one node
  • Wireless pressure sensors 4 – 20 mA
  • Wireless pressure sensor 0 – 10V
  • RS485 Modbus wireless pressure sensor
  • RS485 to wireless pressure sensing
  • RS232 to wireless pressure sensor
  • Wireless pressure differential sensor
  • Remote pressure monitoring
  • Remote wireless wifi pressure sensor monitoring
  • Wireless pressure switch
  • Wireless water pressure monitoring
  • Wireless gas pressure monitoring
  • Wireless compressed air remote monitoring
  • Combined wireless pressure and wireless temperature sensor monitoring