FeatureWorks with all existing SensorPush sensors (sensors sold separately)
No set limit to the number of sensors you can connect
Receive alerts on your mobile device anywhere that it has access to the internet
No monthly fee. Internet cloud service and account included in the purchase price
Devices stay synced. All devices logged into the account get the same settings like alerts
A SensorPush gateway communicates with any in-range SensorPush sensors (sold separately) and sends their readings to you using standard internet access.
As long as your mobile device has internet, your SensorPush app can now stay updated no matter where you are in the world.
Our web-based service is what allows a gateway to do all this. It's where your sensor data is securely stored and made available to the app. The cost of the service is included in the price. No monthly fee.
Anything you want to monitor, you can now monitor from far away. Your shop, vacation home, warehouse, wine cellar, barn, attic, kitchen, RV, basement, and so on are all reachable remotely because of the gateway. All you need is internet access and an outlet to plug it in.
More than one device can log into the SensorPush account at the same time, so more than one person can get alerted by a sensor.
Also, the gateway makes it possible to sync all the devices logged into an account. They can stay up-to-date on details like alert settings.
There is no set limit to the number of sensors you can monitor with a single gateway.
The gateway works seamlessly with all existing SensorPush sensors, so those of you who have already purchased our sensors are all set.
An external antenna improves Bluetooth reception for communicating with sensors. An Ethernet jack makes it possible to bypass wifi.
Whether using WiFi or Ethernet, your network needs to be able to configure clients automatically via DHCP. Static IP addresses and other custom settings are not available at this time, although we may add such capability in the future, if there is a need. With WiFi, you'll be able to use WPA/WPA2, WEP, or open networks. Web-based WiFi authentication (like you often see in a hotel, for instance) is not supported at this time. If you don't know what any of this means - don't worry, you're probably fine!