Temperature@lert WiFi Edition displays the current conditions and a graph of the day's temperature readings. One temperature sensor is included and an optional combination temperature/humidity sensor (sold separately) is shown in this image. Clicking and dragging on the graph zooms in on just the data you want to see. The daily log files are accessible from the drop down menu at the top right.
Clicking on any of the other tabs requires the user to log in before any settings can be adjusted:
For each sensor connected to the unit, you can specify a friendly name, one or more email addresses to send alerts to, and the high and low alarm thresholds:
Configuring Temperature@lert WiFi Edition is easy. Choose either the built in wired or wireless connection to connect to the Internet. Temperature@lert WiFi Edition automatically connects to any open 802.11b/g wireless network in range when the SSID is set to "any":
Enter your email account settings or select from one of the built in servers such as Gmail.
Generate SNMP Traps for integration with enterprise management systems.
You can set Temperature@lert WiFi Edition to your individual preferences. The daily status email automatically includes the previous day's text log file as an attachment:
Obtaining help with Temperature@lert WiFi Edition is one click away. New software updates are automatically displayed as they become available to install. You also have access to the online help and support system where you can request new features and get answers to all of your questions:
Temperature@lert WiFi Edition creates an XML file every time a sensor reading is taken. This XML file is available via a web address and can easily be integrated into other applications:
Temperature@lert WiFi Edition also maintains a text log in memory of the last 7 days of sensor readings:
Since Temperature@lert WiFi Edition runs Linux, you can easily customize the product through an SSH connection to meet your exact needs. For instance, do you program with PERL? No problem - simply install the PERL package and start coding. Please contact support for more details.