Wireless Wellsite Parts and Accessories

Iris Wireless Gateway

Iris Gateway
The Iris Wireless Bridge Gateway connects to up to 240 nodes to wirelessly monitor all your wellsite devices within a half-mile range.

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Iris Wireless NodeIris Analog Sensor Node
The Iris Analog Sensor Node is easy to configure, allowing users to wirelessly monitor up to two analog sensors with a single unit.

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Iris Wireless NodeIris Plunger Sensor Node 
The Iris Plunger Sensor Node is easy to configure, allowing users to wirelessly monitor up to two digital sensors (like the Cyclops plunger arrival sensor) with a single unit. The Plunger Sensor Node also includes a RS-485 Modbus port for remote communication.

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Iris Wireless Solar NodeIris Solar Node 
An economical solar panel with integrated battery charger removes the need for battery replacement and allows for operation with devices requiring higher power draw, such as ETC’s Sasquatch Plunger Velocity Sensor.

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Iris Cyclops wiringIris Cyclops Wiring Kit
This convenient wiring kit was designed specifically for use with the Cyclops Plunger Arrival Sensor and Iris Plunger Sensor Node.

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Iris Programming CableIris Gateway Programming Cable
Use the Iris Gateway Programming Cable to set up and configure your Iris Wireless Gateway.

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Wireless Node Programming CableIris Node Programming Cable
Use the Iris Node Programming Cable to set up and configure any Iris Wireless Node with Vision Device Management Software.

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Iris Analog/Plunger Sensor Node Replacement Battery 
Quick and easy battery replacement for all non-solar Nodes.

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Case Studies

Major producer in South Texas uses ALiEn2 to achieve 16,000% ROI

The ALiEn2 plunger controller replaced a competitive controller on a plunger lift well that was not meeting production expectations. Production was doubled within 12 days and the well has continued producing at the higher rate since.

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Cyclops proves 100% accuracy, becomes standard for major producer in the San Juan Basin

The Cyclops sensor was installed on wells that were frequently missing plunger arrivals, leading to 100% reliable detection of the plunger.

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