Sushi Sensor

What Are Sushi Sensors and IIoT Wireless Monitoring Sensors?

Yokogawa’s line of Sushi Sensors offers field-proven technologies capable of handling the toughest conditions or application challenges, helping users maximize efficiency, pinpoint possible equipment issues more accurately, and decrease downtime.


What Is the Benefit of Sushi Sensors?

System Configuration figure of Sushi SensorAchieve total Plant Asset Management (PAM) with Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) to drive productivity with reliable and resilient wireless solutions for industrial loT.

Monitoring and maintaining diverse equipment in the field is an essential part of day-to-day plant operation. From the acquisition and quantification of measurement data to data storage systems, everything must configure seamlessly to ensure accuracy and reliability.

With Yokogawa’s line of Sushi Sensors, users have can easily solve such networking and connectivity issues. The compact, lightweight, battery-powered sensors are waterproof, dustproof, and explosionproof, making them the ideal choice for hazardous areas. They also meet LoRaWAN standards, enabling long-distance communication of up to 1 km so users can identify equipment conditions via cloud trend monitoring from anywhere in the plant.

What Is a Sushi Sensor?

SushiNamed after sushi, a hand-pressed traditional Japanese food that combines rice with various toppings, Yokogawa’s Sushi Sensors are industrial loT wireless solutions.

  1. Sushi is easy to eat. A Sushi Sensor is easily installed.
  2. Professionals prepare sushi. A Sushi Sensor is a robust, finely-tuned product.
  3. Sushi has a variety of numerous toppings. The Sushi Sensor has a variety of uses (pressure, temperature, and vibration) with new technologies constantly in development. 

Discover the features and benefits of this technology.



Prevent costly downtime and process equipment failures with real-time pressure monitoring. Yokogawa’s Sushi Sensor is the optimal choice for industries depending on bottled gas in essential procedures.


Yokogawa’s Sushi temperature sensor is a cost-effective, reliable, long-range wireless communication for monitoring and recording to boost reliability, and also able to configure the network with redundant gateways for chemical manufacturers.


This eBook explains why implementing IIoT based digital operator monitoring solutions for autonomous anomaly detection enhances operations.


Asset health monitoring has long been in existence to protect expensive equipment and/or operations from costly, critical, or catastrophic failures, with numerous examples in nuclear, aeronautical, petrochemical, industries and beyond. The costs associated to install the sensors and asset health system way overcome the consequences of not implementing. However, this is not the case in all industries, with all equipment and/or all operations. In many cases equipment is run until failure and then repaired or replaced.

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Low-power, wide-area industrial temperature and pressure sensors enhance monitoring capabilities, leading to clearer understanding of maintenance needs and improved decision making.


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