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WiFi-501 WiFi Temperature Data Logging Sensor

WiFi-501  WiFi Temperature Data Logging Sensor
£15500

(£186.00 incl VAT)
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Model:WiFi-501
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Description

The WiFi-501 sensor uses a WiFi network for setup and to transmit logged data to a host computer or web-based Cloud account, minimizing the need to physically collect sensors and connect them to your computer.

WiFi Connectivity
The WiFi-501 sensor device complies with the IEEE 802.11b WiFi specification, and support bandwidths up to 11 Mbps.

During initial setup, the sensor is connected to the host computer by the included Micro-USB cable and searches for an existing WiFi network. Once the sensor connects to the network, it can then be placed anywhere within range of the network.1

The sensor logs data and transmits logged data wirelessly to the computer used to set up the sensor. You can also change the sensor configuration over the wireless connection.

If the sensor temporarily loses WiFi connectivity, it continues to log samples until it regains communication with the WiFi network. For example, after losing its WiFi connection, the WiFi-501 sensor continues logging data for up to 60 days with a 10 second sampling rate setting.

Rechargeable Over USB Connection
The WiFi-501 sensor includes a low-powered, rechargeable battery. When set up to use typical sampling rates – such as once every 60 seconds – the sensor operates for over one year. The battery can be recharged using the included USB cable connecting it to a computer or to a USB 5 V wall adapter.

The battery is safely charged when the unit is operating between 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F). It is protected against charging outside this temperature range. Sensor samples may be inaccurate during battery charging.

Sleep Mode for Battery Optimization
The WiFi-501 sensor includes a sleep mode feature to optimize battery performance. Connected sensors automatically go into sleep mode when the WiFi software is not running. Each sensor turns off its transmitter, then wakes up every 15 minutes to check if the EasyLog WiFi software is running again.

The sensor continues to log data to its onboard memory while in sleep mode. When they detect that the software is running again, sensors reconnect and transmit all data stored in it's memory to the computer.

WiFi Sensor Software
The WiFi Sensor Software for use with WiFi-500 Sensor Series devices is available as a free download. This easy-to-use software application allows users to set up a WiFi connection, set the sample rate and WiFi data transmission rate, and set alarms and temperature scale.

Multiple devices can be set up for storing data on either a PC or on the Cloud.

The maximum number of devices supported for PC data stored depends on the capabilities of the PC.

The maximum number of devices supported for Cloud data storage depends on the type of Cloud account being used.

Features

Key Highlights

Measure temperature while transferring data via WiFi to a PC or web-based Cloud account

Built-in data display

Measurement range from –20 °C to 60 °C (–4 °F to 140 °F)

802.11b-compliant

Capable of logging greater than 1,000,000 temperature samples

Sensor memory stores all data even if WiFi is temporarily disconnected

Internal lithium polymer battery (rechargeable using included Micro-USB cable)

Software

WiFi Sensor Software available as a free download

Set up multiple devices for PC-based or Cloud-based* data storage with easy-to-use software interface

Software-selectable sample rate, data transmission rate, temperature units, high/low alarms, and device audit check

Instant email alerts of alarms, power, battery charge, and network connection events (Cloud only)

View and analyze logged data immediately in graph or tabular format from multiple sensors

Export logged data for immediate graphing in Microsoft® Excel®

Audible software temperature/humidity alarm feature (PC only)

Supports Windows® 8/7/Vista®/XP (32/64-bit)

Specifications

Product Specifications

Description

The WiFi-501 sensor uses a WiFi network for setup and to transmit logged data to a host computer or web-based Cloud account, minimizing the need to physically collect sensors and connect them to your computer.

WiFi Connectivity
The WiFi-501 sensor device complies with the IEEE 802.11b WiFi specification, and support bandwidths up to 11 Mbps.

During initial setup, the sensor is connected to the host computer by the included Micro-USB cable and searches for an existing WiFi network. Once the sensor connects to the network, it can then be placed anywhere within range of the network.1

The sensor logs data and transmits logged data wirelessly to the computer used to set up the sensor. You can also change the sensor configuration over the wireless connection.

If the sensor temporarily loses WiFi connectivity, it continues to log samples until it regains communication with the WiFi network. For example, after losing its WiFi connection, the WiFi-501 sensor continues logging data for up to 60 days with a 10 second sampling rate setting.

Rechargeable Over USB Connection
The WiFi-501 sensor includes a low-powered, rechargeable battery. When set up to use typical sampling rates – such as once every 60 seconds – the sensor operates for over one year. The battery can be recharged using the included USB cable connecting it to a computer or to a USB 5 V wall adapter.

The battery is safely charged when the unit is operating between 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F). It is protected against charging outside this temperature range. Sensor samples may be inaccurate during battery charging.

Sleep Mode for Battery Optimization
The WiFi-501 sensor includes a sleep mode feature to optimize battery performance. Connected sensors automatically go into sleep mode when the WiFi software is not running. Each sensor turns off its transmitter, then wakes up every 15 minutes to check if the EasyLog WiFi software is running again.

The sensor continues to log data to its onboard memory while in sleep mode. When they detect that the software is running again, sensors reconnect and transmit all data stored in it's memory to the computer.

WiFi Sensor Software
The WiFi Sensor Software for use with WiFi-500 Sensor Series devices is available as a free download. This easy-to-use software application allows users to set up a WiFi connection, set the sample rate and WiFi data transmission rate, and set alarms and temperature scale.

Multiple devices can be set up for storing data on either a PC or on the Cloud.

The maximum number of devices supported for PC data stored depends on the capabilities of the PC.

The maximum number of devices supported for Cloud data storage depends on the type of Cloud account being used.

Features

Key Highlights

Measure temperature while transferring data via WiFi to a PC or web-based Cloud account

Built-in data display

Measurement range from –20 °C to 60 °C (–4 °F to 140 °F)

802.11b-compliant

Capable of logging greater than 1,000,000 temperature samples

Sensor memory stores all data even if WiFi is temporarily disconnected

Internal lithium polymer battery (rechargeable using included Micro-USB cable)

Software

WiFi Sensor Software available as a free download

Set up multiple devices for PC-based or Cloud-based* data storage with easy-to-use software interface

Software-selectable sample rate, data transmission rate, temperature units, high/low alarms, and device audit check

Instant email alerts of alarms, power, battery charge, and network connection events (Cloud only)

View and analyze logged data immediately in graph or tabular format from multiple sensors

Export logged data for immediate graphing in Microsoft® Excel®

Audible software temperature/humidity alarm feature (PC only)

Supports Windows® 8/7/Vista®/XP (32/64-bit)

Specifications

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