RLE Adds Wireless Air Velocity Sensors to WiNG Platform RLE’s WiNG wireless facility monitoring products came onto the scene almost 18 months ago, and the market’s acceptance and implementation of these products has been phenomenal. A proprietary wireless platform that … Continued


Monitor Temperature and Humidity Via Your Wi-Fi Network As Wi-Fi technology evolves to become cheaper, more reliable, and more secure, we’ve noticed that many of our customers are using Wi-Fi to power their networks.  RLE Technologies has noticed this emerging … Continued


The objective for every data center facility manager, other than ensuring that the required servers are up and running, is to reduce costs and improve efficiency. We all hear a lot about monitoring products that provide visibility to critical conditions … Continued


Wireless environmental monitoring is an increasingly popular option for facility managers. It’s easy to retrofit into spaces, you can adjust sensor locations quickly to suit evolving monitoring demands, and advances in technology has allowed manufacturers to create sensors with long … Continued


Defective parts per million (DPPM) is a term commonly used in manufacturing to quantify a defect rate. Basically, if you produced a million parts, how many of those would be defective? To calculate DPPM, you take the number of defects … Continued



With over 35 years of experience and 16 million feet of patented leak detection cable in service globally, RLE’s proven to be the industry leader in leak detection.  Now we’ve combined our popular, dependable leak detection products with our cutting-edge … Continued


  Our popular LD1000 zone leak detection controller just got even better – it’s now Modbus enabled! With little to no maintenance and the reliability and quality you’ve come to appreciate and expect from RLE products, the LD1000 is the … Continued



Cam Rogers has been in the leak detection and monitoring industry long enough to have seen just about everything – the good, the bad, and most things in between.  Lucky for us (and you!) he’s willing to share those experiences … Continued