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Mitsubishi Materials Releases Wireless Thermometer and Humidity Sensor Unit with Extended Life Cycle.

Tokyo, Japan, July 26, 2006 - (JCN) - Mitsubishi Materials has developed and begun marketing a wireless temperature and humidity sensor unit with a product cycle of 7.5 years (at a transmission interval of 10 minutes and at 25 deg C).

A breakthrough in the longevity of wireless modules, the unit uses a ceramics chip antenna based on the company's unique ceramics technology to enable a longer transmission range.

The new wireless module helps improve the functionality of energy management systems, and can be used for applications including temperature management for trucks carrying refrigerated or frozen goods.

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