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GrayWolf Sensing Solutions

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6 Research Drive
Shelton, CT 06484
About GrayWolf Sensing Solutions
  • In 1997, GrayWolf Sensing Solutions was formed to provide advanced sensor and software technology, employing the power of the mobile computers ('PDAs'), for superior portable diagnostic environmental instrumentation. GrayWolf's fundamental design directive has been to make our product technically superior, yet intuitive and easy-to-use. GrayWolf utilizes state-of the-art sensors for the application, and provides a user interface that makes documentation of environmental surveys and detailed report generation easy and efficient. Over 25 parameters are now available to measure with GrayWolf's AdvancedSense™ & WolfPack™ embedded computer products and DirectSense™ mobile PC based products, including VOCs, carbon dioxide, airspeed, particulates, %RH, differential pressure, ozone, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide and more. These instruments are all available with GrayWolf's highly advanced data analysis and report generation software, and with GrayWolfLive™ web hosting (for remote access).
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