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How To Orient Your Antennas and Sensor Position for Optimal Range and Performance

Should you expect interference from other wireless networks (Wi-Fi, walkie talkies, cordless phones, cellular phones, radios, etc.) operating in the vicinity of your Monnit wireless sensor network (WSN)?

As a Premiere user, you can have Monnit push the sensor readings from iMonnit® to your database with our external configuration tool. This tool allows you to pass data from your wireless sensor network devices to another service in real time. This is done by coding the data into a URL query, then sending the data via HTTP get request at the time data is received. There is an extensive list of parameters that can be passed, allowing you to send detailed information about both the data and the sensor.

The following steps will guide you through the process of exporting your sensor data to a CSV file and help you understand the format of the data file.

The following steps will guide you through the process of hooking up the 0-20 mA wireless sensor to your device, and changing the sensor's information in the iMonnit Online Monitoring System.

Gain an understanding of how Monnit wireless sensors function and how different settings affect sensor operation.

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

Getting started guide to activating gateway interfaces on iMonnit.