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HWg-Ares12 T set GSM Thermometer with E-mail and SMS alerts[HWg-Ares12]

HWg-Ares12 T set GSM Thermometer with E-mail and SMS alerts[HWg-Ares12]

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HWg-Ares12 and 14 is a remote environment monitoring solution that can be used at any place with GSM coverage. Contains a battery for several hours of backup. Alerts to power failures by email or SMS (up to 5 phone numbers). Data can be read into HWg-PDMS (free software), connected to a Web portal or to a SCADA/NMS system. HWg-Ares collects and records data from connected sensors. Stored values can be sent to any system. Values outside of a specified range trigger an e-mail (over GPRS) or a text message (SMS) to multiple recipients.

HWg-Ares12 differs from HWg-Ares14 in the number of supported 1-Wire UNI sensors. Both versions include two digital (dry contact) inputs and support temperature, humidity, illumination, voltage and other 1-Wire UNI sensors.

Measured data can be natively imported into HWg-PDMS, a Windows application. Data can be sent directly to a server, or attached to a periodic e-mail report.

Internal battery can supply power to HWg-Ares12 and its connected sensors for several hours.

Comfortable configuration over USB simplifies installation of the unit.

Remote firmware upgrade (FOTA) capability simplifies management of large-scale installations with hundreds of devices.

The “HWg-Ares12 Tset” quick start set contains a temperature sensor, an universal power adapter and an external antenna.

Whenever a power outage or a sensor value outside of a specified range is detected, Ares12 rings a specified number and sends a customizable e-mail or text message.

HWg-Ares is ready for data transfer over IP (GPRS) to third-party systems.

Ares12 cooperates with the SensDesk web portal.

A special driver is needed for connecting to a NMS.

HW group is working on a “HWg-Push driver for Nagios” to connect LAN and GSM sensors.

Applications and usage examples

  • GPRS monitoring of a server room without connecting to the local LAN
  • Diesel generators – environment and status monitoring
  • Back-up power supply systems
  • ATM (Automatic Teller Machines) environment monitoring
  • Cooling systems and coolers
  • Antennas and microwave links
  • Technology along roads, highways, or railroad tracks
  • Road surface or railroad track temperature and status
  • Temperature and displacement of structures
  • Storages of food or materials
  • Art exhibits and depositories
  • Agricultural production premises (greenhouses, granaries, etc.)
  • Electricity distribution networks (transformer stations, lines)
  • Water source monitoring, including technical equipment status
  • Monitoring of appliances with consumable, refillable content (vending machines for coffee, sandwiches or drinks, massage chairs, ...)

Basic features

    • GSM/GPRS: Quad-Band 850/900 / 1800/1900 MHz - SMA antenna connector
    • Configuration: Over USB, configuration utility on a “Mass storage” drive, no need to install
      • FW upgrade: Over USB, or FOTA (Firmware Over The Air) over GPRS
    • Power: 9–30 VDC / 0.5 A external power
      • Internal battery: Powers the device + sensors for 3–8 hours (depending on sensors)
      • Battery life: 5 to 12 years (depending on type, usage, and operating temperatures)
    • Flash log: 2 Mb / 170.000 records (e.g. 3 sensors @ 5 mins = 200 days)

SENSORS

    • 1-Wire UNI
      • Temperature
      • Humidity
      • Light intensity
      • 0-30A AC
      • Water flood
      • 0-60V DC
      • 0-20mA
      • Pt100 / Pt1000
    • Digital inputs
      • Smoke detector
      • 110/230V power detector
      • Air flow detector
      • Motion detector (PIR)
    • Inputs: 2 digital inputs (for dry contact status detectors)
    • Sensors: 2xRJ11 for 1-Wire UNI
      • HWg-Ares12: Supports 3 sensors
      • HWg-Ares14: Supports 14 sensors
    • Diagnostics: External power detection, battery status [%]
    • Alarms: Email, HWg-Push, SMS
    • SMS + ring upon alert: Supported
    • Protocols: SMTP, NTP, HWg Push (http)
      • Authentication: STARTTLS (Google SMTP)
    • SMS communication: Basic control with status information
    • Roaming: Avoids GPRS communication while roaming away from the home GSM network
    • Mechanical: 76 x 93 x 28 mm, wall-mountable, fits on a DIN rail
    • Support for programmers: HWg SDK
    • Supported software
      • HWg-PDMS: Logging, export to MS Excel, reports
      • HWg-Push Nagios plugin (in 2Q 2012)
      • CapTemp (in 2Q 2012)

HWg-Ares: Environment monitoring over GSM/GPRS

    • HWg-Ares is a telemetry device suitable for integration with third-party central/portal solutions.
    • With the HWg-PDMS software, HWg-Ares can offer an instantly usable data collection solution.
      Data outputs include logs+MS Excel analysis or a XML database.
    • Data collection over GSM with HWg-Ares can be combined with other IP sensors by HW group (Poseidon, Damocles, HWg-STE, HWg-PWR, and more).
    • HWg-Ares supports the same RJ11 sensors as the Poseidon family.
    • SMS notification of up to 5 recipients is advantageous for simple applications.
      Text messages can be customized with macros.
    • Sensor or device status can be requested by texting or calling the device.
    • Configuration software needs no installation. Simply run the Windows application from the USB drive that appears after connecting HWg-Ares to an USB port.
      • The internal battery enables alerting to failed/restored power supply. Suitable for monitoring UPS and back-up generators.
      • Roaming functions reduce data costs outside of the home GSM network. Suitable for automotive or marine applications.