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Application for the Web Thermometer:

Easy inclusion of temperature data in management/control systems

Include temperature data in your existing systems.

Essentially, only a few steps are necessary to integrate your Web thermometer in existing systems:

  • 1. Connect temperature sensor

    Step 1
  • 2. Connect device to the network

    Step 2
  • 3. Connect voltage supply

    Step 3
  • 4. Assign IP address

    Step 4

Read ...

  • ... directly via the Web browser interface;
    the simplest alternative for reading temperatures. After entering the IP address in the conventional Web browser, the homepage appears displaying the current temperature values.
    Web browser
  • ...in your own applications via TCP/IP socket/UDP query
    When creating your own applications, the temperature values can be implemented very simply in this way using a simple HTTP get command.
    via TCP/IP socket/UDP
  • ...in SNMP management systems
    With the temperature data, in the same way as using your various SNMP devices in the network, you have continuously up-to-date information.
  • ...in OPC control and information systems
    In OPC control systems, temperature data can be included with the aid of the W&T OPC server and without any major effort or difficulty.
  • ...in automatically generated information e-mails
    Whether once a minute or once a day; have the measured values sent to you by e-mail. It is even possible to attach all stored data to the e-mail as an Excel spreadsheet.

Sending alarms ...

  • ... via alarm e-mail
    In the alarm state, the device informs you by e-mail that a threshold limiting value was overshot/undershot. By means of the appropriate mobile telecommunications services, you can even have the alarm sent to your cellular phone as a text message.

    via alarm e-mail
  • ... via an SNMP trap
    Temperature alarms, sensor problems, warm start and cold start notifications can be displayed clearly in your SNMP Manager.

    via an SNMP trap
  • ... via a TCP/IP socket message
    send measured values to any arbitrary TCP server application.
    via a TCP/IP socket message