Why Should You Monitor Carbon Dioxide? Carbon dioxide (CO2) has emerged as an important air quality metric. But why do we monitor CO2? We monitor CO2 so that we can track optimal conditions, helping people and plants thrive. Let’s look at two very different ends of the CO2 spectrum: People Are More Productive In Spaces … Continued
We’ve had several customers ask about using PoE splitters to power RLE devices, so we asked our Engineering Team to look into PoE options. They researched and tested a wide variety of devices and we’re now stocking and selling the 24V-POE-Kit. Our Engineering Team adds one very important note regarding PoE and RLE products: Due … Continued
RLE has added two new products to our portfolio – a wireless carbon dioxide sensor and a spot detector with two relay outputs and audible and LED alarms. The WiNG-CO2 is the newest addition to the WiNG wireless line of environmental monitoring products. The WiNG-CO2 is a wireless carbon dioxide (CO2) sensor that can be added … Continued
A global microchip shortage is impacting manufacturers worldwide and RLE products are not immune. We have worked with foresight and diligence to procure as much safety stock as possible and do not currently see short-term or long-term impacts to the manufacturability or supply of our products. The one exception to this statement is our recently released … Continued
Article contributed by Michael Hadt. You can reach Mike at [email protected] As They Say, “You Can’t Manage What You Can’t Measure” Schools and universities, hospitals, industrial plants, commercial buildings, and data centers use data to drive comfort, visibility, and safety. Though wireless monitoring can be easy, the data is only valuable if something is done … Continued
Article contributed by Michael Hadt. You can reach Mike at [email protected] Building pressure is the difference between the outside air supplied to a building and the air removed from inside a building. Typically, facilities managers are trying to achieve a building with slight positive building pressure, meaning more air is supplied to the building than … Continued
Looking for a quick overview of our WiNG and WIFI wireless products? You’ve come to the right place! Cam Rogers has just released his newest video, highlighting the features and advantages of WiNG and WIFI. So grab a cup of coffee, settle in, get a quick lesson on the ins and outs of WiNG!
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 features a wide variety of sensors, a web interface designed to keep the most relevant … 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 trend as well and has developed the WIFI-TH, a wireless temperature and humidity sensor that … Continued
Sometimes, it’s all how you look at things. Check out our latest infographic, which illustrates the dynamic monitoring potential of the FMS!