Who's Using Monnit Wireless Sensors?

  • fordham
  • c7
  • cdc
  • fda2
  • square-d
  • intel
  • stone-edge-vinyards
  • gaia-herbs
  • efficiency-vermont
  • aosmith
  • john-deere
  • acf
  • silverton-casino
  • michigan
  • anthc
  • zaxbys
  • tacoma-power
  • proctor-gamble
  • alaska-energy
  • yale
  • racetrac
  • salvation-army
  • red-hawk-casino
  • bayer
  • 3m
  • calbiotech
  • umd
  • ConocoPhillips
  • chp
  • alena-foods
  • wyndham
  • nyc
  • hp
  • rcr
  • chickfila
  • suny
  • duke
  • uofu
  • telemundo
  • little-caesars
  • purina
  • ihc
  • steelcase
  • keurig-green-mountain
  • alcoa
  • envirogen
  • rocket-industrial
  • us-army
  • us-forestry
  • ua-cancer-center
  • columbia
  • lexmark
  • dairyqueen
  • cbre
  • shutterstock
  • methodist-hospital
  • fender
  • bullfrog
  • wet-noses
  • energizer
  • weider
  • ruffing-it
  • acs
  • hershey
  • southeast-retina
  • google
  • subway
  • lineage-logistics
  • tyco
  • noralta-lodge
  • Boy-Scouts
  • u-miami
  • siemens

Using Wireless Sensors with a Monnit Wireless Range Extender

Monnit’s new wireless range extenders and latest wireless sensors (featured in this newsletter), allow for enhanced network communication. The new wireless range extenders can also be chained together to allow for even further range of your wireless sensor network. The following steps will demonstrate how to add wireless range extenders to your sensor network, and how that sensor network will function using the range extender(s).

Communication path for sensors on a network with a range extender.

When using sensors with a wireless range extender, the sensors will automatically connect to the device with the strongest signal. The range extender should be placed between the sensor and the gateway.

Range Extender

If the sensor detects a stronger signal from the range extender, it will automatically connect to the range extender.

Range Extender 2

If the sensor detects a stronger signal from the gateway, it will automatically connect to the gateway and ignore the range extender.

Range Extender 3

If the sensor network has multiple range extenders, the same principle applies. If the sensor detects the signal from one range extender is stronger than another range extender or gateway, it will automatically connect to that range extender. The range extender on the network will function the same way, looking for the strongest signal of another range extender or gateway to communicate with.

Range Extender 4

Sensors

Sensors

Over 50 different types of wireless sensors for commercial and industrial applications

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Gateways

Gateways

Allow wireless sensors to communicate with online or local monitoring software

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Softwares

Softwares

Keep track of sensor data and receive real-time alerts via SMS text, email or voice call

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Applications

Applications

See some examples of wireless sensing technology applications in the real world

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Who's Using Monnit Wireless Sensors?

  • 3m
  • fda2
  • suny
  • us-army
  • telemundo
  • hershey
  • ruffing-it
  • umd
  • bullfrog
  • us-forestry
  • wet-noses
  • c7
  • anthc
  • acf
  • racetrac
  • steelcase
  • nyc
  • john-deere
  • purina
  • fender
  • alcoa
  • shutterstock
  • dairyqueen
  • wyndham
  • columbia
  • google
  • uofu
  • duke
  • stone-edge-vinyards
  • salvation-army
  • yale
  • zaxbys
  • fordham
  • ihc
  • little-caesars
  • lineage-logistics
  • rcr
  • u-miami
  • calbiotech
  • noralta-lodge
  • subway
  • tacoma-power
  • chickfila
  • energizer
  • aosmith
  • methodist-hospital
  • square-d
  • rocket-industrial
  • michigan
  • ua-cancer-center
  • proctor-gamble
  • red-hawk-casino
  • bayer
  • siemens
  • cdc
  • efficiency-vermont
  • ConocoPhillips
  • chp
  • silverton-casino
  • hp
  • acs
  • weider
  • tyco
  • alaska-energy
  • southeast-retina
  • gaia-herbs
  • envirogen
  • Boy-Scouts
  • cbre
  • intel
  • keurig-green-mountain
  • lexmark
  • alena-foods