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Applications for Web-Thermometers:

Measure and store temperature and relative humidity and display in the browser.

Anywhere, anytime.


Measure temperature and relative humidity
Measure and store temperature and relative humidity and display in the browser.
Anywhere, anytime.
Go to live demo: http://klima.wut.de


Step 1: Startup

easy start

Step 2: You’re off and running!


 Read temperature directly in the browser

Temperature and humidity values can be displayed directly in the Web browser.
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 Display temperature curve in the browser

Use the ability to view the measured values directly in the Web browser in graphic form.
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 Query data loggers in the browser

The complete contents of the data logger can be queried by a mouse click in the Web browser.
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 Visualize live values using Java applet

By using the integrated Java applet and the sample page pre-installed in the unit, measured values can be displayed and automatically refreshed up-to-the-minute.
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Step 3: Integration into your system

Integration into your system

 Switching digital outputs when limits are exceeded

Turn on an indicator lamp when a limit is exceeded by 25┬░C. If the temperature is back to the valid range, turn the indicator off again.
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 Sending alarm message via e-mail/SMS

Send messages - when limits are violated or timer-based - for informational purposes directly to the responsible technical as an e-mail or as a reroute via SMS.
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 Incorporate temperature values via OPC server

Use the W&T OPC server to collect temperature data from the device and forward them to your client application.
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 Evaluate measured values using SNMP managers

Use polling to integrate the measured values into your SNMP manager or have alarm/info traps sent.
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 Write temperature and humidity values to a database

Use the W&T tool "Sensobase®" to save measured values directly to a database.
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 Create graphics using RRDtool

Automatic creation of graphics on Unix/Linux based systems.
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 Send limit alarms and information messages via TCP client

Receive alarm messages from the sensor using your own TCP server applications.
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 Reduced data load in the network by using UDP polling

Poll measured values with just one UDP packet, thereby keeping the data load in the network low.
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 Manage alarm and system info messages via Syslog

Evaluate measured values using the Syslog daemon.
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 Temperature and relative humidity values in the "abaNSM" monitoring system

A complete overview every instant using abaNSM and the W&T Web-Thermo-Hygrobarograph
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 Send measured value to an FTP server and archive them

Automatically write measured values to a file on the existing FTP server.
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 Print display

To print the graphical display of Web Graphs firmware version 1.50/1.39 and higher the Web browser needs special settings for print behavior. These are explained in the following for three browsers.
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 Exchange the device-internal HTML pages with your own

Create your own presentations using HTML uploads.
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 Temperatures in your own application

The Thermoguard complete system - Centralized temperature monitoring in the pharmaceutical industry.

 Mercury thermometer

Visualize temperatures as a mercury thermometer on a Web page using the Java applet


 Retrieve and display multiple measurements using PHP

Acquire measurements from multiple devices and display them on a single Web page using PHP
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 Display measurements in Nagios

Acquire measurements from devices and monitor them in Nagios.
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 Display measurements and states of Web-IOs in Google Maps

Use PHP and JavaScript to incorporate measurements into Google Maps
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 Publish Web-IO’s in the Internet via DSL

Dynamic IP addresses, NAT and other things you need to know.
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 Wireless link to temperature sensors

Monitoring temperature values using the Web Thermometer over a wireless LAN


 iPhone-optimized Web pages for Web-IO applications

Display measurement values on the iPhone.
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 Displaying climate data in camera images

with Web-Thermographs and Mobotix camera.
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