As you know, we have been feverishly at work on new and better wireless sensors, gateways and monitoring software. Currently we offer 32 different sensor types available in 3 different power/housing options. Most of our direction for our products has come from our customers and partners. We take your feedback seriously and pledge to continue to listen to your needs. In addition, our Ethernet and Cellular gateways have seen tremendous success and, again, their feature set is really because our customers demand simple, low cost, wireless sensors networks that work reliably. Finally, our software has morphed into a complete interface for communicating sensors' data to our customers – and in that area, the best is yet to come.
This year Monnit will see tremendous growth as we continue to focus on our goals and execute tirelessly each hour, day, week and month. We know that with each phone call, email or online chat with our customers and partners that we aren't just taking an order or doing a job, rather, we are talking to a person that shares a vision for connecting our physical and operational environment to us so that we can be more efficient and save money. Wireless sensors do that. We see it every day and are committed to being a significant contributor to that, namely the evolution of the Internet of Things.
We sincerely thank you for your support and wish you, your business and your family a healthy and prosperous New Year.
CEO - Monnit Corp.
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Monnit WIT2 wireless temperature sensors can help you monitor various areas where temperatures are critical. Whether you are monitoring heating and ventilation systems or trying to minimize the risk of damage due to frozen pipes, Monnit WIT2 sensors provide the perfect solution. All Monnit wireless sensors come with FREE basic online sensor monitoring and alerting through the iMonnit Online Monitoring System which provides access to all of your sensor data and can alert you via SMS text or email if a user defined condition is met or exceeded.
Monnit WIT2 Temperature Sensor Features
• Available with 36 inch probe
• 2 replaceable AA 1.5V batteries.
• Robust sensor housing.
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Using Temperature Sensors to Prevent Frozen Pipes and Water Sensors to Detect Plumbing Leaks.
As we are in the thick of winter now, we are receiving a lot of calls requesting our wireless temperature and water sensors for use in both commercial and residential properties to help minimize the potential for damage due to frozen water lines.
When water freezes it expands putting pressure on pipes, valves, tubing, and hoses. The result is often costly and very time consuming to fix. In a matter of minutes a one-eighth inch crack can release 250 gallons of water and disrupt your life in ways you never imagined. It is always smart to insulate pipes that are exposed and where possible, turn off water lines and drain pipes that are not in use. However, these precautions are not always feasible and do not always work.
So, how do you ensure that your pipes don't reach freezing temperature and know if there has been a break? We recommend using Monnit's affordable wireless temperature sensors and wireless water sensors to monitor the temperatures around your water pipes and know immediately if there is a broken pipe leaking. There are no wires to worry about, and the setup process is amazingly simple.
Enjoy the winter holidays without worrying about the potential damage of broken water pipes.
Exporting Humidity Sensor Data and Separating Humidity and Temperature Information for Reports or Charting in Microsoft Excel.
The following steps will guide you through the process of exporting any Monnit Humidity sensors' data and modifying the spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel to show separate values for humidity and temperature. This is useful if you are looking to chart the humidity and temperature data independently.
To get started, log into your wireless sensor network account on iMonnit (www.imonnit.com) then select the humidity sensor from the "Sensor List" that you would like to export data for. Set the date range you want to export data for by clicking in the date box at the top right of the sensor information window, then select the export tab. Choose "Include Data from This Sensor" then click the "Export Data" button to save the .csv file to your computer.