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MonnitSense Newsletter - November 2014
Featured Product

Smart CO Sensors

New Monnit Carbon Monoxide Sensors

Imminent danger of CO poisoning is a growing concern in the care for elderly, child and immuno-compromised individuals. Monnit's new wireless carbon monoxide (CO) sensors are the only sensors available in the industry that can be powered by a single coin cell battery while maintaining premium performance specifications and long life.

CO Sensors from $99

Features of Monnit's new carbon monoxide sensor:

    • Measurement range of 0-1000 PPM
    • +/- 1 PPM Resolution
    • Accurate to ± 2% of reading or 1 ppm
    • Ultra-low power and small size (available two formats)

          • Coin cell powered carbon monoxide (CO) sensors
                - Smallest size sensor at only 1 in (w) x 1 in.(h) x 0.79 in. (d)
                - Powered by a single CR2032 coin cell battery
                - Battery will last ~ 6 months (at 2 hour heartbeat)
          • AA battery powered carbon monoxide (CO) sensors
                - Only 3 in (w) x 2.1 in.(h) x 1.27 in. (d)
                - Powered by 2 AA batteries
                - Batteries will last 1+ years (at 1 hour heartbeat)

    • Alerts contain CO level in PPM
    • Customizable alerting based on specified CO levels
    • CO levels are recorded (data logged) in system at every heartbeat

View Wireless Carbon Monoxide (CO) Sensors »

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What People are Saying

"We are so glad we found your products! The system was easy to install and does exactly what we need. We couldn't be happier! By the way, your support team rocks!"

– Victor K., South Carolina

Glimpse of the future
We Listened!

New Wireless Resistance Sensors

New Monnit Wireless Resistance Sensors The Monnit Wireless Resistance Sensor outputs the resistance across a load. It is programmed to sleep for a user-given time interval (heartbeat) and then wakeup, send power to the load resistor, wait for it to stabilize, and convert the analog data, mathematically compute the resistance and transmit the data to the gateway, where it is then logged into a cloud service. The user can configure defined thresholds and have the system alert on threshold breaches. Data is recorded in Ohms.

Sensors from $59

Features of Monnit's new resistance sensor:

    • Accurate to +/- 3% FS of Specified Range
    • Accurate to +/- 1.5% FS of Specific Range (User Calibrated)
    • 0 - 145000 Resistive Range
    • 2047 Unique Values Per Specific Range

Learn More About Monnit Wireless Resistance Sensors »

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Glimpse of the future

Crystal Ball

Let's take a look in our crystal ball to see what the future holds at Monnit

We are proud of the relationship we have developed with our customers and partners. These relationships allow us to continually improve our products and services based on our customer's needs. Through our customer interactions, we have identified the need for wireless sensors that operate on the 920 MHz RF frequency band allowing us to provide remote monitoring solutions to markets in Japan. These new sensors will be available in the near future. If you would like to learn more about the development efforts of our team on these new products or be notified when they become available, please email us at sales@monnit.com.

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Application of the Month

Monitoring Winter Conditions

Using wireless sensors to monitor winter conditions.

Are you ready for the next "Polar Vortex"? How do you keep track of your business or home during the winter months? What happens if a heater or boiler goes out when nobody is around? How long does it take for the temperature in your building or home to drop below freezing creating the possibility for frozen pipes and water damage?

With Monnit Wireless Sensors you can remotely monitor your business or home and be notified immediately if there is an issue. Enjoy the peace of mind that comes from using Monnit wireless sensors to remotely monitor your business or home.

Monnit provides a low-cost, reliable, wireless monitoring solution that allows you to track conditions and receive alerts for the following types of applications:

Temperature Sensors Monitor temperatures to prevent freezing pipes.
Water Detection Sensors Detect the immediate presence of water or leaks.
Motion Sensors Monitor for unauthorized access to the business or home.

All Monnit wireless sensors come with free basic online monitoring, allowing you to view sensor information anytime from anywhere. Receive instant notifications via email or SMS text if a set sensor condition is met or exceeded.

Protect your business or home from the winter months!

Learn More About Winter Monitoring Solutions »

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Tech Tip of the Month

by The WiSe Guys

WiSe Guys

Exporting Humidity Sensor Data to Excel with Separate Temperature and Humidity Readings

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.

Export Monnit Sensor Data

View the Full Tech Tip Here »

For more information on using Monnit wireless sensors, visit the support section of our website.

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