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Industrial applications

Although Enless’ core business is historically linked to tertiary applications in buildings, we also offer a range of products that meet more industrial applications.

Among our industrial sensors, we offer the following products:

  • Input/Output sensor for remote relay output control (e.g., valves, air handling units)
  • Modbus master sensor for reading/writing in Modbus registers of slaves (e.g., energy meters, air-to-water heat pumps, …)
  • Simple ON/OFF contact sensor for detecting state changes (door opening/closing, machine faults…)
  • 4/20mA sensor for sending 4/20mA signals by radio

In addition, it is also important to note that a range of rugged LoRa temperature sensors (IP65) is also available, meeting industrial needs (temperature measurement in cold rooms, on ECS circuits…).

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What is an industrial application ?

Industrial applications are any type of use that can be made for a technology, product or service.

For an invention, an object or product to have an industrial character, it must be of a technical nature and be used or manufactured by an industry, including agriculture.

This is a very broad concept that can be applied to very many fields: the mass production of goods, nuclear technologies, industry in general, etc.

The term “industrial application” is used in combination with various areas of expertise: electricity, automation, IT, etc., with the aim of producing systems that facilitate the production and quality control of products.

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The various areas of Industrial Applications

A list of the various areas of industrial applications would include the following:

  • Production assistance (assembly line, sub-assembly tooling, etc.). Example: Nuclear technologies.
  • Quality Control (industrial insight, electrical testing, tooling, sensors, etc.). Example: Mass production of products or machines.
  • Mistake proofing devices (publishing/barcode scanners, production tracking, etc.) Example: Mass production of products or machines.
  • Production tracking (databases, barcodes, report generation, etc.). Examples: Computer services.
  • Embedded systems (data acquisition modules, microcontrollers, etc.). Example: Nuclear sector companies.
  • Delivery (electricity, mechanical, automation).
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