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Instructions for creating and scheduling sensor or network reports in the Beta release for iMonnit online sensor monitoring software.

Monnit Ethernet gateways can now be used to locally monitor wireless sensors on a computer without needing an external Internet connection.

iMonnit Rest API allows users to integrate their sensor data into 3rd party applications. API calls can be made from programming language of your choice. Responses are served as either XML(Extensible Markup Language) or JSON (JavaScript Object Notation).

iMonnit Rest API allows users to configure their sensors from their 3rd party applications. API calls can be made from programming language of your choice. Responses are served as either XML(Extensible Markup Language) or JSON (JavaScript Object Notation).

Information on what to download and install when using a USB gateway.

This is a glossary of frequently used terms and phrases with their definitions.

This tech tip will help you understand the sensor edit screen and how to make changes in the configuration.

Wireless Sensors Support - Downloads

What to do if sensor returns a reading with "Hardware Failure".

When using the iMonnit User Interface or Monnit Express software, you may notice the "Edit" icon change to show a small red "x" in the bottom right corner. The "x" signifies that a sensor configuration has been changed in the software and is queued to update the sensor hardware configuration on its next heartbeat.


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