Temperature Monitor offers local datalogging via USB port.
August 30, 2013 -
Used to monitor ambient temperature/humidity, WIFI330 with firmware v7.4 lets users log temperature data directly to local thumb drive via device's USB port. One 2 GB thumb drive, at 1 min datalogging interval, can log up to 4 combination temperature/humidity sensors for 2 years. Unit connects to network via 802.11b/g wireless or wired Internet, and users can also preset alerts triggered by breaches in threshold as well as add Sensor Cloud service for remote monitoring.
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Temperature@lert Releases Free Firmware Upgrade for WIFI330 Devices
-- Temperature@lert, leader in monitoring technologies, announces release of their latest firmware update for WIFI330 devices. This version allows users to log data directly from the WIFI330 device itself to a local thumb drive. --
BOSTON, MA — Temperature@lert (www.TemperatureAlert.com) released a free firmware upgrade for their WIFI330 temperature-monitoring device, firmware version 7.4. This update allows users to log temperature data directly from the device to a local thumb drive through the device’s USB port. The latest firmware also fixes a minor bug with httpd server port.
Firmware version 7.4 was developed in response to Temperature@lert’s users’ needs to have a log storage system locally. Once users flash their WIFI330 device to this version, they will be able to insert a thumb drive into the USB port for local data logging. A 2GB thumb drive, at a one-minute data-logging interval, can log up to four combination temperature/humidity sensors for two years. Temperature@lert WIFI330 users can download the latest firmware flash kit from www.temperaturealert.com. Once the device has been flashed, their users can select to use drive and local data logging will be implemented.
Temperature@lert WIFI330 is a high-performance device that monitors the ambient temperature and/or humidity in one’s server room, office, lab, residence, commercial building, heating and air conditioning system or other points of interest. The device connects to one’s network via 802.11b/g wireless or wired Internet. Users can also preset alerts triggered by breaches in threshold and add on Sensor Cloud service for remote monitoring.
“Staying innovative and exceeding our users’ needs has always been the forefront of Temperature@lert’s culture,” says Harry Schechter, CEO/President of Temperature@lert. “After the release of our latest generation WIFI device [330 Edition], we strived to creatively meet additional requests from users looking to meet a data-logging need. And this firmware update allows the user to do exactly this and we’re excited to release this free upgrade for all our WIFI330 users immediately”.
For more information on Temperature@lert’s WIFI330 Edition, please visit http://www.temperaturealert.com/Wireless-Temperature-Store/Temperature-Alert-WiFi-Sensor.aspx .
To upgrade your Temperature@lert WIFI330 firmware to version 7.4, please visit http://www.temperaturealert.com/Temperature-Support/WiFi-Temperature-Monitor-Support/WiFi-Downloads-Documentation.aspx or email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Temperature@lert’s temperature and environmental monitoring solutions provide both real-time and historic views of a location’s temperature and other critical parameters through alerts and cloud-based graphs, data logs and reports. This information allows customers to immediately react to potentially disastrous temperature or other fluctuations in critical environments, as well as provide temperature consistency for regulatory and internal process control requirements. Temperature@lert has more than 40,000 devices installed in over 50 countries around the globe. For more information, please visit http://www.temperaturealert.com.