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Industrial Temperature Monitoring System Design Based on ZigBee and Infrared Temperature Sensing

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In the industrial field, long running of the equipment easily leads local temperature of the equipment to rise. This is a security risk. For this problem, we have designed a set of remote wireless temperature monitoring system. Based on ZigBee technology, we have a remote wireless networking temperature monitoring of a lot of equipment scattered in various locations of factories and enterprises. The system uses infrared temperature sensor TS118-3 gathering temperature information. After a signal conditioning circuit, we use a wireless RF single-chip CC2530 wirelessly transmitting the temperature of the measured target to the receiving node. The receiving node uploads the data to a computer by RS232.PC software displays real-time temperature information.

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D. Peng and S. Wan, "Industrial Temperature Monitoring System Design Based on ZigBee and Infrared Temperature Sensing," Optics and Photonics Journal, Vol. 3 No. 2B, 2013, pp. 277-280. doi: 10.4236/opj.2013.32B065.

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