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MonnitSense Newsletter - November 2013
Featured Wireless Sensor Monnit Humidity Sensors

New Lower Price! Wireless Humidity Sensors

Monnit wireless humidity sensors allow you to monitor the relative humidity of air within a room or enclosure. Ideal for monitoring humidity within greenhouses, industrial spaces, museums, saunas and humidors. They can also be used for residential applications such as controlling mold, mildew or dust mites. User customization allows you to set the frequency of readings and the ability to set thresholds for alerts.

Humidity Sensors From $79 $69
High Accuracy Humidity Sensors From $149 $99

Monnit Humidity Sensor Features
    • Scientific grade sensors
    • +/- 2% accuracy ( 50% - 90% RH ) - Standard
    • +/- 1.8% accuracy ( 10% - 90% RH ) - High Accuracy

Learn More About Humidity Sensors »
Learn More About High Accuracy Humidity Sensors »

In this issue

Glimpse of the future
We Listened!

New Water Temperature Sensors

Monnit Water Temperature Sensors Monnit introduces new water temperature sensors to our line of low cost wireless sensors. The new wireless water temperature sensor can collect temperature data of water or other non-combustible liquids using a sealed NTC thermistor with 3 foot lead wires.

    • Accurate to +/- 1°C (1.8°F)
    • Temperature range:
      -40° to +125°C (-40° to 257°F).
    • 3 ft sealed temperature probe*
    • Available in standard, industrial
      and Wi-Fi versions.

The new wireless water temperature sensors are available through the Monnit website.


* Custom probe lengths available.

Monnit Web Special

Glimpse of the future

Crystal Ball

What does the future hold at Monnit?

Monnit has always been focused on great customer service and support. We are in the process of creating a customizable 1-on-1 training program for our customers and partners. The training programs will be available for on-site (hands-on / person-to-person) or via web conferencing for those that request it. Monnit is proud to offer this new service to our customers in the near future. Keep your eye on our website to find out more about the new training programs. If you would like to request or schedule training, please email us at training@monnit.com.

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Application of the Month

Commercial Food Service Temperature Monitoring

Commercial Food Service Temperature Monitoring

Maintaining an optimal temperature in your food storage coolers allows you to keep your food fresh. If the temperature falls above or below the optimal range costly spoilage or potential for food poisoning can occur. Monnit can help you maintain the proper temperature in your food storage coolers.

Using Monnit Wireless Temperature Sensors with a 3 foot probe allows you to monitor the temperature inside commercial food refrigerators and freezers. Monnit Wireless Open/Closed Sensors can alert you if a cooler door is left open or not closed completely. With Monnit wireless sensors you can be notified immediately if a cooling unit begins to fail or a door is left open causing temperatures to rise. The system also tracks and stores your sensor data providing a detailed report as well as spreadsheet export functionality. Ensure the proper storage conditions of the food you serve by using Monnit wireless sensors.

« Learn More About Monnit Solutions for Commercial Food Service Monitoring

Keep food fresh, with Monnit wireless sensors.

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OEM Sensors !

Tech Tip of the Month

by The WiSe Guys

WiSe Guys

Using the "New" Bi-Stable Function of Wireless Passive Infrared Motion Sensors.

All wireless motion sensors shipped since mid 2013 have the ability to trigger when movement is detected or when movement ceases. The new "Trigger Direction" feature can be set in the edit section for the motion sensor when logged into your iMonnit account at www.imonnit.com.

1. Once logged into the system, click on the motion sensor
      that you wish to edit.
2. Click on the "Edit" tab to make changes to it's settings

By default it is set to "SINGLE". This means that the motion sensor will notify you when there is motion detected in it's sensing area, but not when motion has ceased. However, If there is no motion detected at the next heartbeat interval, the data will indicate "No Motion".

If you wish to be alerted when motion is detected and when motion has ceased, you can set the Trigger Direction to "BOTH".

This tells the sensor to transmit new data that indicates no motion. The lowest resolution on this feature is two times the Re-Arm time. So a sensor in this mode will pick up motion, transmit the data for "Motion Detected", then goes to sleep for the rearm time. Once the rearm time has elapsed, it will awaken and being monitoring again. If no motion is present, it will allow the rearm time to elapse and at the end of the rearm time, if no motion is present, it will transmit data for "No Motion". It will continue reporting "No Motion" at each heartbeat interval, until the instant motion is again detected.

In both modes, after the rearm time elapses, the sensor will report when motion is detected again.

« Read Other Tech Tips from the WiSe Guys

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