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Programming Fans and “Not Wiring” | TechRep East

Programming Fans and “Not Wiring”

Jan 28, 2018 | Fans, RF Networks, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Fancy fans and analog networks without wires…

As it turns out a programmable fan can be darned a handy. A single fan can respond to a wide variety of operating conditions. Parameters can be set for temperature, flow rate, etc. One fan in inventory can span many applications.

The second¬†segment of this video showcases Digi International’s XBee modem. Great way to control things like digital signage. Run one-to-one, or with more than 2 devices run meshed networks up to 11 miles indoors, and 65 miles outdoors (line of sight). Posing the question, “Do I pull and bury wire all over the place, or spend a couple hours figuring out how to bounce RF signals around?”

Cool stuff — see the video below!