30 Jan

Monnit Creates New Internet of Things Global Services Division

Salt Lake City, UT – January 30, 2014 – Monnit Corporation (www.monnit.com), a leading provider of wireless monitoring and sensing solutions for commercial and industrial clients, today announced the establishment of its Global Services division. The new division provides development services for partners wishing to create new monitoring solutions or modify any or all of Monnit’s existing, proven, award winning platform. The development services are offered to partners, OEMs and direct customers.

“Monnit Global Services is a direct result of the scores of cooperative development projects we have engaged in since our inception. There is a high demand for competent, collaborative assistance which we are fully capable of meeting.” said Brad Walters, CEO, Monnit Corporation. “Whether a sensor needs to be modified or certified, a gateway created or a back end linked to, we have comprehensive abilities to be the go-to partner for remote monitoring and sensor system development.”

Monnit currently has over 40 different sensor types and robust, reliable gateways available on various platforms. However, certain applications can sometimes fall outside of common uses. Monnit’s Global Services team works with partners to develop wireless sensor and monitoring products that meet the needs for their specific application. Monnit Global Services team also provides testing, manufacturing, technical support and training to ensure that only the best results are achieved.

OEM’s and integrators will be especially interested in these services as Monnit continues to encourage and offer complete private labeling of custom and existing solutions through the OEMSensors.com brand.

For more information on Monnit’s Global Services, call (801) 561-5555 or visit www.monnit.com/global-services.

About Monnit Corp.
Monnit is a leader in the design and manufacturing of turnkey, self-installing, low cost wireless sensor solutions targeted at the commercial and industrial markets. Monnit’s sensing solutions are easily installed and used by anyone wanting to remotely monitor information and activities around a variety of variables (i.e. temperature, motion, humidity, vibration, etc.) and receive alerts based on user defined conditions.

About OEMSensors.com
OEMSensors.com, a division of Monnit Corp., brings an award winning, fully tested, FCC, CE and IC compliant wireless sensors platform to those wishing for a completely brandable sensors and monitoring  solution that can be easily integrated into existing systems, products and services.

PR Contact:
Matt Moulton
(801) 561-5555

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03 Jan

Wireless Voltage Sensor Installation

Monnit wireless voltage detection sensors connect directly to high voltage power sources. Because it is not isolated, any exposed metal around the wiring and antenna must be treated as “HOT”. To prevent the possibility of electric shock, it is recommended to mount sensor, connect wiring, and orient antenna prior to energizing the AC source it will be monitoring.

The following steps will demonstrate the correct way to connect the wireless voltage sensor to the power source you wish to monitor.

When hooking up a wireless voltage sensor please follow these instructions;

  • Connect the black wire from the Monnit voltage sensor to the “hot” side of the power source you
    are monitoring.
  • Connect the white wire from the Monnit voltage sensor to the “neutral” side of the power source
    you are monitoring.

The following diagram will help you understand wiring for 120V, 240V and 480V.

Wireless Voltage Sensor Connections

Once again, to avoid electircal shock, please remove power from the source you wish to monitor prior to connecting the wireless voltage sensor.

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03 Jan

Water Intrusion Monitoring

Water Intrusion Monitoring

Water intrusion can start small and remain un-noticed for some time. Even the smallest amount of water can ruin property as well as seep into walls and flooring causing structural damage and/or mold. There are numerous sources for water intrusion and with the winter months upon us, we can start to see fluctuations in temperatures which can cause a multitude of these issues.

The most common sources of water intrusion include:

  • Roof leaks (both from age/wear and from snow and ice damaging roofing materials).
  • Plumbing leaks and/or pipe breaks in colder weather.
  • Sewer line back-ups.
  • Flooding from outside of the building.
  • Moisture intrusion through the building envelope.

Monnit provides a low-cost, reliable, wireless monitoring solution that provides immediate notification of water presence as well as monitor for variables that can lead to water intrusion.

Water Detection Sensors Detect and notify at the immediate presence of water.
Temperature Sensors Monitor temperatures and notify if below or above set threshold.
Water Temperature Sensors Monitor temperatures in water storage tanks and notify if too cold.
Voltage Detection Sensors Can detect if a sump pump is activated due to water level in sump pit.

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.

« Learn More About Monnit Wireless Sensor Solutions for Water Intrusion Monitoring

Keep your property safe and water damage free by using Monnit wireless sensors.

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