Monnit wireless activity detection sensors can be used in a host of applications where detecting vibration, or sudden movement etc. is required. This version of the activity sensor detects sudden movement or non-movement of a given device or surface, and alerts you of the change.
Monnit wireless activity vibration counters accumulate vibration activity, giving the user an idea of how much activity has occurred. Instead of just indicating that vibration is present, it quantifies the vibration by counting the number of vibrations detected in a user specified time period ("Aware State" time interval). When no vibrations are present, the sensor reports in on its basic heartbeat with a value of 0.
Monnit wireless activity timers can be used in a host of applications that require tracking the amount of time a machine or vehicle runs. The activity timer detects operating vibration of a machine or vehicle and starts a timer. When the machine or vehicle is no longer running, the timer stops and reports the amount of time the machine ran, back to the monitoring system.
* Actual range may vary depending on environment.
** Battery life is affected by reporting frequency (heartbeat), sensor type, Wi-Fi security type, distance from Wi-Fi router and other variables.
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