This week we have launched a new addition to our WiFi Remote Control Family.
Have complete control over your environment even when you aren’t there by fitting the QK-W017 wherever temperature and humidity are critical issues.
The base unit, or Gateway, communicates with up to 5 QK-S001 Sensor Units. These can monitor temperature, humidity or both and respond to preset limits by switching connected electronic devices on or off. It must be paired with at least one S001 and can’t be used as a stand-alone-device.
Maintain energy efficiency at all times.
Upper and lower limits can be set independently for temperature and humidity so that the connected relay can operate the relevant electronic device when the parameters reach a set point.
Convenient access on the go.
Android or iOS handheld devices such as phones or tablets can operate and monitor the W017 through an existing wireless access point (router)making it accessible over the internet from anywhere in the world (with a signal). It also works locally in Ad Hoc or p2p mode.
Straightforward control with a simple to use APP
After a simple, rapid set-up you can be receiving data and controlling electronic devices within minutes, in up to five discrete zones. The data can be logged and easily downloaded to the phone or tablet and opened for further analysis using the File Explorer. (It cannot as yet be directly exported to PC).
Change the APP labels to suit.
Each zone can be re-named with a unique label to instantly identify it, such as ‘garage’ or ‘fridge 1’ and can be changed whenever needed. Individual zones may be instantly monitored in real-time by clicking on their zone name on the Terminal Check page.
Change your mind.
Relay trigger points can be manually overridden at any point for instant operation of attached devices. So if the temperature trigger is set for 17C to turn a heater on but it could do with a quick boost, just click and it’s done.
Detailed operating instructions are available at: http://www.quark-elec.com/manuals
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