Wireless manometers do indeed exist. They have yet to become standard, or even common, but they offer enough benefits for that to change. A wireless manometer gives you a chance to send all process data directly to your control system. That means the process operator won’t waste so much time walking through the plant to check pressure values.

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Rosemount Wireless Pressure Gauge – Copyright Emerson Automation Solutions

One caveat – they cost more than regular manometers. Otherwise, the benefits they can offer your company are vast. Another point – pay attention to the communication options.

How to choose a wireless manometer?

Wika wireless
Wireless Manometer – Copyright Wika

If you neglect your research, you may wind up shackled to a brand. Whenever you can, choose an open protocol. You’ll find more vendors offering the same technology, giving you the power to make good choices and change companies if necessary.

These companies offer wireless manometers:

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