AirQ 121 is a wireless battery powered datalogger. It’s the best solution to log temperature of products when place to monitor is far from control unit or it’s subject to change (ex. isothermic truck temperatures). When a Control Unit is detected, AirQ 121 starts to send registered data automatically without user interaction. AirQ 121 is designed to log temperature with associated timestamp.
1 Wireless: no wiring, no change for existing installation. Just put it wherever you need.
2 Web controlled: thanks to web oriented AirQ Networks architecture, all AirQ 121 sensors are web accessibile.
3 Datalogger: the sensor can store data when is out of AirQ control unit radio range.
4 Battery powered: AirQ 121 is a battery powered wireless sensor. The battery is user replaceable.
5 Mobile ready: AirQ Networks web platform it’s fully compatibile with iPhone, Andorid and Windows Mobile devices.
6 SMS (text message) and E-Mail alarms: thanks AirQ Rule System it’s possibile to define alarms that start when a user defined event occurs. Alarms can be also sent by SMS (text message) and E-Mail without using additional device.
7 No programming required: AirQ 121 sensors works just out of the box, without any particular technical skills.
8 Flexible and powerful rule system: AirQ 121 sensors can be used with the flexible AirQ Networks graphical rule system. Just design your application and put it to work: they do all dirty work!
9 Installation: Just leave the sensor anywhere you want: no installation is needed!
AirQ 121 Specifications as release 1.2 Sensor type Temperature Measuring range -30°C +85°C Measuring precision ±0,5°C Temperature resolution ±0.0625°C Minimum logging time 15 days Sensor calibration allowed Yes Measuring rate min 4 minutes – max 8 minutes Power 3.6VDC AA size integrated battery replaceable by user Battery life 1 year IP Rating IP54 Radio frequency 434 Mhz Operative distance More then 500 meters in open space sNET Node type End Device
Dimensions 85 x 56 x 21 mm Weight 90gr Operating temperature -30 +85 °C Last hardware release AirQ 121 – r1.2 Last firmware release sNET protocol v. 5.0 Certifications RoHS Compliant; CE
AirQ 121 can be used in a unlimited number of applications. Being a flexible tool, it can be adapted to different usages and contexts. The AirQ graphical Rule System allows user to design its application and define how system react to particular temperature value. AirQ 121 can be successufully used to monitoring temperature of anything where is transported away from AirQ control unit station.
Take a look to our Applications Repository to see pratical examples on how use AirQ Networks products!
- What is the maximum distance between sensors and control units or range extenders?
There isn’t a fixed rule that states what is the maximum distance between sensors and control units. Maximum distance is related to the environment where sensors are placed. In closed spaces a distance higher then 50 meters is typically achievable. In open spaces maximum distance can be extended up to 500 meters and more. Using range extender the operative range can be extended as needed. At the end, some noisy devices (motors, high inductive devices, other wireless devices operating on 433Mhz) can reduce operative distance of sensors.
As rule of thumb, we suggest to test the effective position of sensors and control units before to do final installation. It’s really common to obtain better RF performances simply changing devices position of some centimeters.
- How often loggers store temperature?
AirQ 12X loggers are designed to reduce battery consumption and give the best accuracy of measurement in the same time. All AirQ 12X sensors are programmed to work in a double mode:
- If temperature is stable, sensor stores data every 8 minutes.
- If temperature change more then ±0.5°C, sensor will store temperature in about 4 minutes.
If you need an higher detection frequency, please contact AirQ Networks customer service.
- How to install?
Every AirQ 1XX can be installed directly where needed as long as operating temperature is respected. For example, an AirQ 100 temperature sensor can be placed inside a frozen room if temperature is higher or equal then -30°C up to +85°C. Using enclosures with flange, sensor can be applied to walls or fixed surfaces using screws.
- How long does it takes to send data to control unit?
Dataloggers are designed to check if a control unit is in its operative range every 15 minutes. If datalogger detects a control unit, it starts to send all registered data.
- What does it mean that a datalogger stores 'at least' 15 days of data?
There are several factor that influence how many data a datalogger can store in its internal memory. Some of these are:
- Temperature stability
- Environment temperature
- Status of battery
Dataologger are designed to guarantee at least 15 days of continuous acquisitions with these condition:
- Temperature change really often (> +/- 0.5°C in less then 4 minutes)
- Environment temperature over -15°C
- Battery in good condition
- Can datalogger be placed inside transport container?
AirQ Networks technology allows datalogger to placed directly where needed as long operative temperature range is respected (-30°C < temp < +85°C).
This means that datalogger can’t be placed inside dry ice boxes. If needed, AirQ 121EXT datalogger can be used to register temperature of dry ice boxes.
- Are sensors calibrated? Is it possibile to obtain calibration certificate?
All AirQ Networks sensor are calibrated by AirQ Networks and they guarantee declared precision for at least 1 year.
Moreover, AirQ Networks can provide calibration certificate if needed. Please contact customer service.