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Wireless Sensor Documentation

Advantages to buying temperature sensor in addition to humidity sensor

How to install Monnit wireless sensors for tracking and monitoring air conditioning and HVAC systems.

This article will explain how to separate humidity and temperature into 2 cells for graphing, analyzing in Excel.

iMonnit sensors have a series of heartbeats (transmissions) and assessments (data queries) to determine the state it’s in, if it is time to send a transmission and what information to transmit. This article shows a simple temperature sensor going in and out of an aware state and what happens in each time period.

This tech-tip is meant to give to give some suggestions for installing wireless temperature sensors for for your application. For product documentation and additional help visit www.monnit.com/support.

What if Temperature Sensor Reads 1767.8F (-999.9C)?

How to install Monnit wireless sensors for tracking and monitoring boiler and heating systems.

Cold weather can cause several issues within buildings or homes. As temperatures drop, heating and boiler systems need to maintain proper temperatures to protect against damage. Monnit provides an easy to use remote monitoring solution to track heating and cooling systems for efficiency and preventive maintenance.

This tech-tip is meant to give to give some suggestions for installing wireless sensors for applications involving walk-in coolers or freezers. For product documentation and additional help visit www.monnit.com/support.