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Connector Systems adds E-Senza range

Connector Systems adds E-Senza range

Connector Systems has become a distributor of E-Senza's wireless device networking product range.

The distributor is eyeing opportunities for the products in the enterprise networking space, particularly large datacentres, where E-Senza products can monitor temperatures.

It also sees opportunities in the agriculture sector. Connector Systems says there are a few other local original equipment manufacturers who offer wireless monitoring for protecting crops from frost, but claims E-Senza's offerings are most advanced than these. "We are excited about the technology and functionality that E-Senza offers to a large range of commercial applications," says managing director Dale Smith. "Wireless monitoring technology will be an essential tool for developing and existing businesses across our agriculture, horticulture and viticulture industries."


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