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Optimal sensor technology for optimal business expansion

El-Watch invests all our resources in developing top-of-the-line wireless sensor technology, and we daresay our products speak for themselves. El-Watch’s solutions are characterized by five key features that make them the most durable and user-friendly sensors on the market.

Our engineering team has fully embraced the latest IoT technology and thereby increased sustainability in various industries. These are the critical features of El-Watch’s wireless sensor solutions.

1. Robust

El-Watch designs all its sensors to endure extreme conditions. Industries such as heavy industry, transport, construction, and agriculture use these sensors, which have proven to withstand rough conditions easily. Most of our sensors run on batteries with about a ten-year lifespan. They rarely need to be replaced before the batteries run out.

2. Sustainable

El-Watch sensors are sustainable for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, they provide predictive maintenance, prolonging the lifespan of machines and equipment. This means more efficient use of your resources and minimal loss on maintenance.

The robust design and long lifespan of El-Watch’s sensors limit wastefulness. Our IoT solutions provide better insight into companies’ energy use which in turn reduces unnecessary expenditures and promotes economic and environmental sustainability.

Find out more: How wireless sensors enable a sustainable manufacturing industry


Neuron Ampere

The Ampere Sensor measures AC current and comes in several ranges from 10A to 500A RMS. The sensor comes with split core and is therefore easy to install onto existing power cables. 

3. Easy Installation

Many companies hesitate to invest in sensor technology because they believe it is challenging to use and bothersome to install. El-Watch changes the game here with innovative and intuitive solutions that you can easily install and engage with in no time.

Our sensors are wireless and quickly installed with magnets, adhesive tape, or zip ties. Once you place the sensors, you can easily calibrate, sync, and start them with our Neuron Sensors App.

Find out more: El-Watch wireless sensors: User-friendly IoT monitoring is here!

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4. Broad Offering

El-Watch provides wireless IoT sensor solutions for most purposes. Among our most popular products are the Neuron Vibration Sensor, Neuron Temperature, and Neuron Humidity. But these are just the tips of the iceberg.

We offer more than 50 wireless sensors for all kinds of purposes in both small businesses and large industries in Europe, North America, and Australia. We provide complete solutions for monitoring conditions, consumption, and performance in their processes, machines, and buildings.

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Find the perfect sensor solution

We offer over 50 different sensor types. Explore the possibilities in our product brochure.

5. Safe & Easy Data Management

For your convenience, all monitoring operations are easily managed in the Neuron App and securely delivered through API. We use the latest encryption technology and verification protocols to protect your data. All data collected from the users’ environment is their property and theirs alone.

Read more about our data security measures in our article about wireless smart sensor issues and how to overcome them.

Ready to try wireless sensors?

Please contact our Sales Manager for some good advice and a nice sensor- chat.

FAQs about sensors and their application

What is a sensor, and how does it work?

A sensor is a device that detects and measures physical properties such as temperature, light, pressure, or motion and converts this information into electrical signals. Other devices or systems can then interpret these signals to perform specific actions.

What is sensor technology?

Sensor technology refers to the use of sensors to detect and measure various physical or chemical properties. This technology is essential in many industries, including healthcare, industry, transportation, and electronics, to collect data and improve efficiency and safety.

What types of sensors are there?

There are many types of sensors that cover a wide range of applications. Some of the most common sensors include:

  • Thermocouples (Type K): Used for temperature measurement in demanding environments.
  • Vibration sensors: Measure vibration and are often used in machine monitoring.
  • Temperature sensors (IP67 and IP21): Robust temperature sensors for different environments.
  • Current sensors (Ampere): Measure electrical current.
  • Hour meters: Record operating time for equipment.
  • Differential pressure sensors: Measure pressure differences between two points.
  • PT100 sensors: High-temperature sensors with various mounting options such as magnet, bolt, and probe.
  • Water sensors: Detect the presence of water.
  • Open/closed sensors: Detect whether a door, window or other mechanism is open or closed.
  • Humidity sensors: Measure humidity in various environments.

El-Watch offers more than 50 different types of robust sensors for various purposes. Check out our selection and find the perfect solution for your needs.

What are sensors used for?

Sensors have a wide range of applications, including:

  • Thermocouples: Used for accurate temperature measurement in industrial processes and laboratories.
  • Vibration sensors: Monitor vibrations in machinery to prevent failures and maintain equipment.
  • Temperature sensors: Measure temperature in various environments, from industrial facilities to home automation.
  • Current sensors: Monitor electrical current in power systems and electronic devices.
  • Hour meters: Record operating time and contribute to maintenance planning for machines and equipment.
  • Differential pressure sensors: Measure pressure differences in liquids and gases. They are often used in HVAC systems and industrial processes.
  • PT100 sensors: Used for high-temperature measurement in demanding applications such as chemical processing and metallurgy.
  • Water sensors: Detect water leaks and protect buildings and equipment from water damage.
  • Open/closed sensors: Detect the status of doors, windows, and other movable parts for security and control purposes.
  • Humidity sensors: Measure humidity in climate monitoring, agriculture, and storage facilities.

How do I install a sensor?

Installing a sensor depends on the type of sensor and the application. Generally, you should follow these steps:

  • Read the instruction manual carefully.
  • Choose an appropriate location for the sensor based on its function.
  • Securely mount the sensor using suitable fasteners.
  • Connect the sensor to the necessary power and signal network.
  • Test the sensor to ensure it is functioning correctly.

How do I maintain a sensor?

Maintaining sensors can include:

  • Regular cleaning to remove dust and dirt.
  • Calibration to ensure accurate measurements.
  • Checking cables and connections for damage.
  • Updating software or firmware if applicable.
  • Following the manufacturer’s recommendations for specific maintenance procedures.

What are the most common problems with sensors, and how do I solve them?

Common problems with sensors include:

  • Incorrect measurements: This can be solved by calibration.
  • No signal: Check power supply and cable connections.
  • Interference: Remove sources of electromagnetic noise.
  • Wear and tear: Regular maintenance and replacement of worn parts.

How do I choose the right sensor for my specific needs?

To choose the suitable sensor, consider the following:

  • The application and environment where the sensor will be used.
  • The specific properties that need to be measured.
  • The accuracy and reliability required.
  • Compatibility with existing systems.
  • Cost and available budget.
  • The manufacturer’s reputation and customer support.


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