Digi International Adds to its Remote Monitoring and Control Family

By Chad Cox

Production Editor

Embedded Computing Design

April 26, 2024


Digi International Adds to its Remote Monitoring and Control Family
Image Credit: Digi International

Minneapolis, Minnesota. Digi International introduced its Digi Connect Sensor XRT-M, the newest member to its remote monitoring and control family. Leveraging Digi Axess, Digi Connect Sensor XRT-M offers users edge and cloud-based control options utilizing a management platform with an intuitive interface streamlining data management with an array of I/O.

The solution is capable of remote monitoring in low/no power environments employing dual batteries delivering extended run time. Developers benefit from multiple connection options and admission to a cloud-based control solution offering advanced scalability, accessibility, and cost-efficiency.

The Digi Connect Sensor XRT-M is tailored for businesses in precision agriculture, municipal water utilities, mining, and industrial gas and chemical looking for seamless remote data collection. Utilizing both digital and analog inputs, Connect Sensor XRT-M provides adaptability and dynamic capabilities beyond the standard. With configurable DC voltage level output, it can power industry-standard sensors, offering versatility in monitoring solutions.

Ideal Applications:

  • Critical infrastructure and civil engineering projects
  • Water/wastewater monitoring and remote management
  • Environmental monitoring
  • Industrial automation and control

Key Features:

  • Extended battery life with lightweight cloud connection and dual 14.5 Ah batteries
  • Rated for industrial environments with wide temperature range, C1D2 certification with NEMA enclosure
  • Device health and sensor data stored in Digi Axess
  • Configurable read and report intervals
  • Connect to and power multiple sensors
  • Compatible with a wide range of industry-standard sensors
  • Modbus protocol support
  • Global cellular coverage

For more information, visit digi.com.

Chad Cox. Production Editor, Embedded Computing Design, has responsibilities that include handling the news cycle, newsletters, social media, and advertising. Chad graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a B.A. in Cultural and Analytical Literature.

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