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MonnitSense Newsletter - September 2014
Featured Product

NIST Certified Wireless Temperature Sensors

NIST Certified Wireless Temperature Sensors

Monnit's NIST certified products come with a Traceable Calibration Certification which meets the requirements and complies with ISO 17025. The certificate indicates that the product is traceable to standards provided by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), a U.S. Government agency within the Commerce Department.

Features of Certified Temperature Sensors:

    • Available on standard and low temperature sensors.
    • Temperature range from: -200°C to +162°C (-328°F to 325°F).
    • Accuracy up to +/- 0.3°C (0.54°F).
    • FCC, CE and IC certified.
    • Lab calibrated.
    • Includes NIST certificate.

For more information on Monnit's NIST Certified Wireless Temperature Sensors see the following.

NIST Certified Monnit Wireless Temperature Sensors »

In this issue

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What People are Saying

"Trying to find the right solution for our customers was hard enough, but the fact that you let me brand it and sell it as my own is a game changer! Our customers really love this system! It sets us well above the competition!"

– Tom R., California

Glimpse of the future
We Listened!

Three New Wireless Voltage Sensors!

Monnit is proud to release three new wireless voltage sensors. New Monnit Voltage Sensors

The three new voltage sensors consist of 0-5 Volt DC Voltage Measurement Sensors, 0-10 Volt DC Voltage Measurement Sensors and DC Voltage Detection Sensors.

Voltage Sensors from $69

Monnit Voltage Sensors are available in the following formats:

    • Standard Coin Cell Battery Powered
    • AA Battery Powered
    • Industrial - Single AA Battery
      (NEMA 4X Weatherproof Enclosure)

Learn More About Monnit Wireless 0-10 Volt DC Measurement Sensors »
Learn More About Monnit Wireless 0-5 Volt DC Measurement Sensors »
Learn More About Monnit Wireless DC Voltage Detection Sensors »

Web Special
Monnit Web Special

Glimpse of the future

Crystal Ball

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

Monnit's development team is hard at work developing new features for iMonnit users. In response to requests from several customers, we are working on scheduled reports from the iMonnit system. Scheduled reports allow users to setup one-time reports or recurring reports to run at set times. Scheduled reports are sent via email to selected users and include a system generated CSV file containing the specified sensor(s) data, which can be analyzed and sorted in any spreadsheet program. While we are still developing this feature, we have made it available as a Beta feature and invite customers to begin using the feature and provide feedback for additional ideas they would like to see incorporated into the reports. If you would like to learn more about this feature please see the Tech Tip section of this newsletter.

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Application of the Month

Environmental Monitoring Solutions for Wood Flooring

Environmental Monitoring for Wood Floor Maintenance

Wood flooring in high humidity areas can absorb moisture when there are excess amounts of it in the air. Humidity fluctuations can result in floor boards swelling and either cupping or crowning, which can make the floor look disjointed and uneven. Damaged floors aren't pretty and can become tripping hazards.

With recent extremes in both temperature and humidity, we have seen a lot of businesses seeking a remote monitoring solution for maintaining their own and/or their customer's wood flooring.

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

Humidity Sensors Monitor humidity and alert of conditions that can cause problems.
Water Detection Sensors Detect immediate presence of water around sinks, faucets, toilets, water heaters and other plumbing before water damage can occur.
Temperature Sensors Monitor temperatures and track fluctuations that can cause damage to wood flooring.

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 Wooden Floors with Monnit Wireless Sensors!

Learn More About Environmental Monitoring for Wood Floor Maintenance »

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Tech Tip of the Month

by The WiSe Guys

WiSe Guys

Using The New Scheduled Reports in
the iMonnit Online Software

This tech-tip is meant to give instructions for creating and scheduling sensor or network reports in the iMonnit online sensor monitoring software. For product documentation and additional help visit www.monnit.com/support.

Monnit has recently released to Beta a new "Scheduled Reports" feature for our iMonnit online software customers. The scheduled reports function allows users to setup a one time or recurring report to run at a set time. Scheduled reports are sent via email and include a system generated CSV file containing the specified sensor(s) and network(s) data.

To create a new scheduled report, login to your iMonnit account at https://www.imonnit.com.

Clicking on "Reports" in the main navigation will bring you to the reports section of the iMonnit system.

iMonnit Scheduled Reports

Select "Schedule New" from the left navigation on the Reports page to create a new scheduled report.

iMonnit Scheduled Reports - Schedule New Button

Click on "Schedule" next to the type of scheduled report you want to create.

Sensor : 24 hour - Reports data from a specific sensor for the previous 24 hours.

Network : 24 hour - Reports data from all devices in a specific network for the previous 24 hours

Account : 24 hour - Reports data from all devices on the entire account for the previous 24 hours.

iMonnit Scheduled Reports - New Report

Name the report and select the schedule and time of day to run the report, then select all other options that you want to include in the report. When you are finished, click the "Save" button.

iMonnit Scheduled Report Settings

You can also choose to send the report immediately by choosing the option under "Report Schedule". Choosing the immediate report option generates a one-time report and sends it to the specified email.

After clicking the "Save" button, you will see a verification page for the report settings. At the bottom of this page you can select user's on the account to receive the report. If you are using the free iMonnit software there will be no other user's on your account. By default the logged in user creating the report is already added. To select additional user's, check the box in front of their name and click the arrow button to move the users to the recipient list.

iMonnit Scheduled Report Users

Any time a recipient is added or deleted, the list is automatically saved and the report remains active.

With the report created you can Activate/Deactivate the notification by clicking on the report icon in the left navigation (1). You can also view the report settings and edit which users will receive the report by clicking on the report name (2), and can make changes to the report settings by clicking the edit icon (3).

iMonnit Scheduled Report Navigation Edit

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

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