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Monnit Wireless Sensors and Ethernet Gateway User`s guide
Monnit Wireless Sensors
and Ethernet Gateway
User’s Guide
For Use With iMonnit Online Software
and iMonnit Express PC Software
MonnitLink™ Ethernet Gateway Quick Start
• Create a Monnit user account with assigned wireless gateways and sensors.
• Attach the antenna to the antenna connector on the back panel of the Ethernet gateway
(make sure the connection is snug, but do not overtighten).
• Plug an Ethernet cable with internet connectivity into the gateway.
• Plug the power supply into a power outlet then connect to the gateway.
• Once all three lights turn green, your network is ready to bring sensors online.
1. Create a Monnit User Account and Setup Sensor Network
If this is your first time using the iMonnit online system site, you will need to create a new
account. If you have already created an account you can skip to the “Logging into the
Online System” section. The following instructions will guide you through the account
creation process.
1. In a web browser, navigate to https://www.imonnit.com.
2. Click the “Get Started Here” button to create an account.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to enter your account and contact
information.
4. After entering your account and contact information, you will be prompted to
create your first sensor network. Simply enter a name for this network.
5. Add the information from your MonnitLink™
gateway then click the “Assign Gateway”
button.
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and IC: 9794A-RFSC1
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful
interference and
(2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may
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6a. Add the information from your first Monnit wireless sensor then click the
“Assign Sensor” button.
Sensor
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Sensor Code: XXXXXX
6b. On the next screen, enter a name for the wireless sensor and use the
drop down to tell us how you are going to be using the wireless sensor.
(This allows us to suggest settings for your sensor.) When finished, click
the “Continue” button.
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7. Confirmation Screen.
When you have finished adding the sensor, you will see a confirmation screen. At this
point you can assign notifications to the sensor (see Using The iMonnit™ Online Wireless Sensor System) , assign additional sensors to your account or click “Done” to go
to your sensors overview page.
2. Using the MonnitLink™ Ethernet Gateway
1. Understanding the Ethernet Gateway Lights
1 2 3
Front of Ethernet Gateway
Light 1 - Indicates the Ethernet cable is plugged in. A green light indicates ready and
working, a red light indicates there is a problem.
Light 2 - Indicates the Ethernet has internet connectivity and can reach the online
monitoring system. A green light indicates ready and working, a red light indicates
there is a problem. A flashing green light indicates network traffic to the internet.
Light 3 - Indicates sensor network activity. A green light indicates ready and working,
a red light indicates there is a problem. A flashing green light indicates radio traffic
from the sensors.
For help troubleshooting Ethernet gateway lights view:
http://www.monnit.com/support/hardware/gateways/ethernet/troubleshooting-a-monnitlink-ethernet-gateway
2. Ethernet Gateway Controls
Back Panel
Power Plug
Control Button
Ethernet Port
RP SMA Antenna Connector
Using the Control Button:
1) A short press will trigger the gateway to immediately send all stored sensor messages to the online system and download any pending system messages to deliver to
the sensors. (The default heartbeat for the Ethernet gateway is 5 minutes.)
2) Press and hold to reset the gateway to factory settings. Factory settings will be
reset to defaults, including the heartbeat setting of 5 minutes on both the gateway
and in the online system. DHCP, server addressing and port are all restored to default
settings, for example. You will need to login to the online system after resetting the
gateway to reconfigure the gateway to your desired settings.
Note: If your gateway powers up with the lights scrolling from left to right, it has entered into boot
loader mode accidentally. Make sure the button is free from obstruction and reboot the gateway by
removing the power plug, waiting for 10 seconds then reinserting the power plug.
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3. Configuring The Ethernet Gateway
The Ethernet Gateway collects data from all sensors within range and is preconfigured
to batch deliver the sensor messages to the online system every 5 minutes.
The Ethernet Gateway uses DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) to
automatically acquire a network address from the LAN (Local Area Network). In the
event that it needs to have an address manually assigned to it, you can assign an IP
address as well as a gateway mask and default DNS through the online interface. For
more information on configuring the Monnit Ethernet Gateway please view the support
documentation at http://www.monnit.com/pdf/Ethernet_Gateway_Configuration.pdf.
Note: This advanced configuration is NOT required in most instances. In the event that it is
required, you can initialize the gateway on a network that uses the default DHCP settings, or you
can follow the instructions for changing the configuration settings on a PC, which are included later
in this User’s Guide.
Upon logging into the online system as an administrator, select “My Account” then
choose the edit icon next to your sensor network. From there you can alter the heartbeat of the Ethernet Gateway as well as edit any other configurations available. There
is also a quick link to reset all gateway settings to factory defaults.
3. Using Your Monnit Wireless Sensors
Insert Batteries Into Wireless Sensors
Important: Make sure your sensors are at least 3ft. away from Ethernet Gateway.
Peel back the black sticker cover of the battery slot and slide the coin cell battery into
the sensor as shown in fig.1. It will power on within 10-20 seconds. Once online, your
sensor is ready to be deployed. If you wish to change a sensor configuration, change the
parameter in the software. The new parameters will be transmitted to the sensor on the
next heartbeat. If you need a more immediate response from the sensor, power cycle the
sensor by removing, then re-inserting the battery.
Notes:
- If the sensor status indicator does not change, reset
the sensor by removing the battery.
- Wait 60 seconds then re-insert the battery.
- When inserting the battery, make sure to push the
battery all the way back using a paper clip.
- Note the proper orientation of battery in fig.1
Battery
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Warning: Your sensors ship with a 2 hour heartbeat.
It is recommended that unless you are using the AA battery
solution, you should set the heartbeat to no faster than one hour to preserve battery life. When
changing a sensor’s heartbeat, the new configuration information will be sent to the sensor on it’s next
heartbeat. If you want to update the sensors immediately you can reset them manually.
Manual Sensor Reset Process:
1 - Using the end of a paper clip, push the batteries out of the sensors through the small hole
in the top of the sensor
2 - Change the sensor heartbeat through the online system
3 - Re-insert the batteries into the sensors
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4. Using The iMonnit™ Online Wireless Sensor System
1. Understanding The Online Interface
When you log into the online system, the default view shows all of your sensors last
recorded data.
Menu System
View / Sort Features
Date Range Selector
Sensors Overview
Sensor Details View
Menu System
Overview
Notifications
Manage
Reports
Sensor Maps
Support
- Shows all sensors in the account and their last readings.
- Manage sensor notifications and show all sent notifications.
- Manage networks, sensors and gateways.
- Printable account and sensor network reports.
- Visual maps to help you track sensor placement.
- Support information for using sensors and software.
View / Sort Features
This section allows you to sort the sensors being viewed and search for sensors on
your account.
Sensor Overview
Displays sensors on your account with their last reading and status information.
Clicking on a sensor row expands the “Sensor Detail View” allowing you to view
detailed information for the selected sensor.
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To the left side of each sensor row is an indicator to help you understand the current
status of the sensor.
Sensor is checking in and within user defined safe parameters.
Sensor has met or exceeded a user defined threshold or triggered event.
Sensor has not checked in (inactivity alert sent).
No sensor readings will be recorded (Inactive)
Sensor Details View
Clicking on a sensor row on the “Overview” page expands the row to include a detailed sensor view for the selected sensor.
Select a tab to change between:
History
Chart
Notifications
Export
Edit
Calibrate
- Displays a history of the selected sensor’s data.
- Displays a graphical view of the selected sensor’s data.
- Allows you to manage notifications for the sensor.
- Allows you to archive data by exporting as a .csv file.
- Allows you to manage sensor settings.
- Available on certain sensor types to provide more accurate data.
Note: The data shown on the chart, notification, history and export tabs is based on the date
range indicated on the upper right side of the sensor detail information. To change the date
range, click inside the date box.
2. History and Chart Views.
Clicking on the “History” or “Chart” tabs within the sensor detail panel allows you to
view the sensor’s data history as time stamped data or in a graphical chart format.
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Note: To change the date range of the viewable information, click on
the date range box at the top right of the sensor detail panel.
3. Configuring Sensor Settings
To edit a sensors operation settings, click on the sensor overview row to display the details view. Click on the “Edit” tab to access the sensor configuration panel.
The sensor edit panel allows you to set the primary configurations for the sensor. Mousing
over the question mark icon by each setting will provide an explanation of that setting.
When you have finished making changes, press the “Save” button at the
bottom of this section.
Note: Be sure to click the “Save” button anytime you make a change to any of the sensor parameters.
All changes made to the sensor settings will be downloaded to the sensor on the next sensor heartbeat
(check-in). Once a change has been made and “Saved,” you will not be able to edit that sensor’s
configurations again until the sensor has downloaded the new setting.
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4. Sensor and/or Gateway Notification(s).
Notifications for a single sensor can be created, deleted or edited by clicking the
“Notifications” tab in a sensor’s detail view.
Notifications can be created, deleted or edited for any sensor or group of sensors by
clicking on “Notifications” in the main menu.
Create a New
Notification
Toggle On/Off
Click to Open Detail View
Send Test
Edit Delete
When creating a notification, you will need to select the type of notification to create.
• Sensor Reading Notification - Reading notifications are sensor specific (i.e. water
sensor = trigger alert when water present, temp sensor = trigger alert when temp
is above 70F, etc.). When creating a sensor reading notification, you will need to
choose the sensor type you are creating the alert for. The select box will only show
sensor types that are currently being used on your sensor network.
• Battery Notification - Allows users to define a battery power percentage level that
will trigger an alert from the system, warning them to replace batteries.
• Inactivity Notification - Set-up “Inactivity” notifications to alert you when your sensors have stopped communicating with the servers. Failure to set up an “Inactivity”
notification will result in no email/SMS text being sent should your sensors stop
communicating with the servers.
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• Advanced Notifications - Allows the user to set notifications based on advanced
rules, such as comparing past data points with the current one to determine if a
notification should be sent.
• Existing Notifications - Use notifications that have already been created on your
account with the selected sensor.
Notification Settings
This area allows the user to set notification parameters such as naming the
notification, customizing the notification message and setting sensor conditions that will
trigger the notification.
People to Notify
The list on the left shows all available users on the account. You can type into the
search box to filter large lists of users. Select the user(s) to receive the notification and
click the arrow button to add them to the recipient list. By default, email notifications are
activated. Clicking the notification delivery method icon toggles them on and off (green
is on, grey is off). If the user should receive text message notifications, click on the
phone icon to turn it green.
Sent From
Allows you to assign devices (sensors and gateways) that will cause the notification
to be sent. When a notification is sent from the system, it will automatically include the
device name and the data that caused the notification to be sent. A single notification
can be assigned to multiple sensors or gateways. Sensor reading notifications can only
be assigned to sensors of the same type. General notifications such as “battery status”,
can be assigned to any or all sensors.
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Devices to Notify
If you have a Monnit Control or Notifier A/V device on your network, you will also see
a “Devices to Notify” tab. This will allow the notification to interact with these types of
devices. Select a device from the list on the left and click the arrow button to add it to
the recipient list. Clicking the control icon toggles their setting.
Note: Control devices have two relays per device that are controlled separately. You can turn a relay
on, off or toggle the state. You can also set a duration by clicking on the timer icon. This will perform
the selected toggle (on/off/toggle) for a set duration, then change back.
5. Exporting Sensor Data
Clicking on the “Export” tab within the sensor data window allows you to export sensor data
to a comma separated value (.csv) file or send the sensor data to an external web source.
To export sensor data you must first select the date range for the data you want to export.
Once the date range is selected, determine whether you want sensor data from the
selected sensor only, from all sensors in the network or all sensors assigned to the account.
When you are finished, click on “Export Data” at the bottom of this window. The data will be
exported to a comma separated value (.csv) file format. Note: Only the first 2,500 records within
the selected date range will be exported.
You can alternately send your sensors’ incoming data to a 3rd party by clicking on the
“Configure data push” button at the bottom of the window. From this area you can pass
data from your wireless sensor network devices to another service in real time. This is done
by coding the data into a url query then sending the data via http get request at the time
data is received. There is an extensive list of parameters that can be passed, as listed in
the viewed window, that allow you to send detailed information about both the data and the
sensor.
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6. Calibrating Sensor Data
Certain wireless sensors can be calibrated for more accurate readings (ex. temperature
sensors). If calibration is possible for a sensor, the “Calibrate” tab will be visible in the detail
view. To calibrate a sensor, replace the last reading with the more accurate reading and
click “Calibrate”. All future readings from the sensor will be based off the new calibration
setting.
7. Manage Sensor Networks
To view or edit information about your wireless sensor network(s), click on “Manage” in the
main navigation. This area allows you to edit network details, create new sensor networks,
and manage wireless gateways and sensors for your network(s).
Click to
Manage
Create a
new network
Select which
network to view
Edit network
information
Add a device
to the network
Remove device
from network
Clear sensor
history and data
Move device
to
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another network
Note: Some buttons and features are only visible if there is more than one sensor network setup on the
account, such as the network selection box in the upper right corner.
If more than one sensor network is setup on the account, you can easily move gateways and sensors
from one network to another by clicking on the “Move Device” button at the far right of the device’s
“Status” section.
If you clear a sensor’s data, the data history is deleted from the entire system and can not be recovered.
We recommend exporting a sensor’s data history using the export function in the sensor details view
(“Overview” page) before clearing the sensor’s data if you want to have a record of the data.
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5. Advanced Settings and Interfacing with the Monnit Ethernet
Gateway Through iMonnit.
1. Ethernet Gateway Edit Screen
When you log into the online system, the default view shows all of your sensors last
recorded data.
The name can be edited to whatever you prefer.
The gateway type should NOT be edited, unless you are directed to do so by a Monnit
Support Representative.
The unit’s MAC Address is viewable here, should you need to access it.
The heartbeat dictates how often the gateway communicates with the server. This is
both for communication passed up to the server from the gateway and the communication passed to the gateway from the server. Exceptions to this interval include Aware
messages from sensors.
The Enterprise Server Host address and Communication Port will always be one of
Monnit’s servers and ports by default, but should you require that the gateway be
pointed to your private servers, the gateway can be configured to do so. Make sure to
set the appropriate port as well, if port 3000 will not be used.
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To set the Static IP, uncheck the Use DHCP box and fill in the settings:
The force transmit on Aware box tells the gateway to deliver immediately the messages
marked as Aware from the sensors. If this box is unchecked and the setting is saved,
then the gateway only dumps the sensor messages it has been collecting on the Heartbeat Interval. This allows for controlled communication when sporadic communication
from the gateway is either unacceptable or not ideal.
2. External Interfaces:
Data collected by the Ethernet Gateway from the sensors in the network can be accessed when these interfaces are turned on. Multiple interfaces can be active at the
same time. All interfaces require that the Ethernet gateway be set to a Static IP address. (By default, the unit uses DHCP).
Real Time TCP Interface
Poll on the gateway’s assigned port to retrieve gateway and sensor data.
Mark the interface active and Save. The default port is 3500, but can be edited.
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MODBUS TCP Interface
Use MODBUS TCP software to pull in gateway and sensor data. Monnit provides a
register map. Check the box to make the interface Active and Save.
The MODBUS TCP Interface will store all data values in 16-bit registers. The registers
and their data fields are mapped below:
Field
Description
Register
Data
Address
GATEWAY
Gateway ID_High
The first 16 bytes of a 32 byte
serial ID number
40001
0
REGISTERS
Gateway ID_Low
The last 16 bytes of a 32
bytes serial ID number
40002
1
Gateway Version
The version of gateway
firmware on the device
40003
2
Gateway Device
Count
The number of devices
(sensors & gateways) in its
network
40004
3
SENSOR
Sensor ID_High
The first 16 bytes of a 32 byte
serial ID number
40101
100
REGISTERS
Sensor ID_Low
The last 16 bytes of a 32
bytes serial ID number
40102
101
Device Type
The unique type identifier for
the sensor profile
40103
102
Data Age
The number of seconds that
have elapsed since the last
data was retrieved
40104
103
Is Device Active
0 indicates no data for this
slot
40105
104
Is Aware
Becomes aware when a
sensor threshold has been
breached
40106
105
Voltage
Battery voltage
40107
106
RSSI
Signal Strength indicator
0-100%
40108
107
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Data 1
Sensor Data Field 1
40109
108
Data 2
Sensor Data Field 2
40110
109
Data 3
Sensor Data Field 3
40111
110
Data 4
Sensor Data Field 4
40112
111
Data 5
Sensor Data Field 5
40113
112
Data 6
Sensor Data Field 6
40114
113
Data 7
Sensor Data Field 7
40115
114
Data 8
Sensor Data Field 8
40116
115
SNMP Poll and Trap Interface
Use SNMP software to pull in gateway and sensor data. Monnit provides a .MIB file.
There are four available interfaces. Set the SNMP Interface Address for each one the
address of the device sending the SNMP request). Mark the interface Active and Save.
The MIB file is available through here:
resources.monnit.com/content/downloads/MonnitEGW-MIB_v1
The MIB Tree looks like this:
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Ethernet Gateway MIB tree with a short description of each field:
EGW Data
Description
*GW Section
Gateway Serial ID
*Version
Gateway Firmware Version
*WD Count
Wireless Device Count
*WNetSection
*WD Entry
*Index
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Gateway Section
*GW Serial
Wireless Network Seciont
Wireless Device Entry
Index Number
*Serial
Wireless Device Serial ID
*Type
Device Type (eg temp, water, motion sensor, etc)
*Age
Number of seconds since last data recording
*Active
Indicates if the wireless device is reporting in as expected
*Alarming
Indicates if the wireless device has detected data that is urgent or
breaches a threshold
*Voltage
Battery voltage recorded at the time of data reading
*RFSignal
Signal Strength recorded on data reading delivery
*Data1
Data recorded by wireless device (eg temperature, water detected, motion detected, etc)
*Data2
Data recorded by wireless device (eg temperature, water detected, motion detected, etc)
*Data3
Data recorded by wireless device (eg temperature, water detected, motion detected, etc)
*Data4
Data recorded by wireless device (eg temperature, water detected, motion detected, etc)
*Data5
Data recorded by wireless device (eg temperature, water detected, motion detected, etc)
*Data6
Data recorded by wireless device (eg temperature, water detected, motion detected, etc)
*Data7
Data recorded by wireless device (eg temperature, water detected, motion detected, etc)
*Data8
Data recorded by wireless device (eg temperature, water detected, motion detected, etc)
6. Setting up the Ethernet gateway for use with iMonnit Express
iMonnit Express (PC Software) Setup
Visit http://www.monnit.com/support/downloads/ to download and install the iMonnit
Express software.
• Launch the iMonnit Express installer and follow the on-screen instructions.
• Launch the iMonnit Express program.
• Activate the Express software with the code you received when purchasing.
• Add the gateway(s) and wireless sensors to the software.
Contains FCC ID: ZTL-RFSC1
and IC: 9794A-RFSC1
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful
interference and
(2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
ID: ######
Code: XXXXXX
• Verify that the gateway was added successfully by checking the Gateways list.
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• Click on “About”, then “Local IP Addresses” and make note of the IP address that your
computer is using on your network.
• Connect the Ethernet Gateway directly to the Ethernet port of your PC using a standard
Ethernet cable. Confirm that the PC has no other internet connection (turn off Wi-Fi).
Confirm the PC firewall does not prohibit an inbound connection. Plug power cable into
the Ethernet gateway.
• Plug in the power cable.
• While the device is booting, press and hold the Reset Button on the back of the
gateway. The button must be held in the down position by the time the third green light
illuminates, or else another attempt will need to be made. When the device finishes
booting, all three lights will toggle red, green. Release the button and the device is in
local configuration mode. Do not hold the Reset button for more than four seconds (that
will factory reset the device).
The lights will flash green once every other second while the device attempts to resolve
Ethernet Link State. The lights will flash green once every second while the device
attempts to resolve IP addresses with the host PC. Finally, the lights will flash green
twice every second when device is waiting for valid web traffic.
• Once the PC has setup the direct network, use a web browser (e.g. Chrome) and go to
“192.168.100.1”. The Ethernet gateway Setup screen should now be displayed.
Note: The lights will all turn solid green once this connection has been established.
• Click on the “Data Interfaces” tab.
• Under “Default Server Configuration” enter the IP address that you noted from the
iMonnit Express software into the primary and secondary server [URL/IP] boxes, and
use 3000 as the default communication port, then click “Save Changes”.
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• When finished, click the “Reboot” button on the top right side of the page to restart the
gateway.
• When the lights begin flashing on the gateway, you can unplug the power to the gateway and disconnect it from the computer.
• Reactivate the Wi-Fi or other Internet connection for the computer, so it can connect to
the network.
• Plug your Ethernet gateway into your Internet router and power up the Ethernet
gateway. All three lights should go green now, and your gateway should report into
Monnit Express.
If it does not, check that the PC has the internet connection turned on, recheck your IP
Address, power up your gateway and make sure the gateway is added into Monnit
Express. (If you left your secondary set to point to sensorsgateway.com (which is
iMonnit) and the lights on your gateway are green, check iMonnit to see if the gateway
is reporting in there. If so, power cycle the gateway and try again.)
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Error Reporting, Troubleshooting and Support
For technical support and troubleshooting tips please visit our support
library online at http://www.monnit.com/support/. If you are unable to
solve your issue using our online support, email Monnit support at
support@monnit.com with your contact information and a description
of the problem, and a support representative will call you within one
business day.
For error reporting, please email a full description of the error to
support@monnit.com.
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Certifications
United States FCC
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
devices, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in
a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Warning: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Monnit could void
the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
RF Exposure
WARNING: To satisfy FCC RF exposure requirements for mobile
transmitting devices, the antenna used for this transmitter must not be
co-located in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
Monnit Wireless Sensors and Ethernet Gateway Contain: FCC ID: ZTL-RFSC1
This device has been designed to operate with an approved antenna listed below, and
having a maximum gain of 5.1 dBi. Antennas not included in this list or having a gain
greater than 5.1 dBi are strictly prohibited for use with this device. The required antenna
impedance is 50 ohms.
To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type and its gain should
be so chosen that the equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) is not more than that
required for successful communication.
Approved Antennas
The following antennas are approved for use with Monnit devices.
• Hyperlink HG905RD-RSP (5.1 dBi Rubber Duck)
• Pulse W1063 (3.0 dBi Rubber Duck)
• ChangHong GSM-09 (2.0 dBi Rubber Duck)
• Specialized Manufacturing MC-ANT-20/4.0C (4” whip)
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Canada (IC)
English
Under Industry Canada regulations, this radio transmitter may only operate using an
antenna of a type and maximum (or lesser) gain approved for the transmitter by Industry
Canada. To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type and its gain
should be so chosen that the equivalent isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not more
than that necessary for successful communication.
The radio transmitter (IC: 9794A-RFSC1) has been approved by Industry Canada to operate with the antenna types listed below with the maximum permissible gain and required
antenna impedance for each antenna type indicated. Antenna types not included in this list,
having a gain greater than the maximum gain indicated for that type, are strictly prohibited
for use with this device.
This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired
operation of the device.
French
Conformément à la réglementation d’Industrie Canada, le présent émetteur radio peut
fonctionner avec une antenne d’un type et d’un gain maximal (ou inférieur) approuvé pour
l’émetteur par Industrie Canada. Dans le but de réduire les risques de brouillage radioélectrique à l’intention des autres utilisateurs, il faut choisir le type d’antenne et son gain de
sorte que la puissance isotrope rayonnée équivalente (p.i.r.e.) ne dépasse pas l’intensité
nécessaire à l’établissement d’une communication satisfaisante.
Le présent émetteur radio (IC: 9794A-RFSC1) a été approuvé par Industrie Canada pour
fonctionner avec les types d’antenne énumérés ci-dessous et ayant un gain admissible
maximal et l’impédance requise pour chaque type d’antenne. Les types d’antenne non inclus dans cette liste, ou dont le gain est supérieur au gain maximal indiqué, sont strictement
interdits pour l’exploitation de l’émetteur.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils
radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1)
l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter
tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, méme si le brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement.
Industry
Canada
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Additional Information and Support
For additional information or more detailed instructions on how to use your
Monnit Wireless Sensors or the iMonnit Online System, please visit us on the
web at http://www.monnit.com/support/.
Monnit Corporation
7304 South Cottonwood
Suite #204
Midvale, Utah 84047
801-561-5555
www.monnit.com
All trademarks are property of Monnit. © 2009-2014 Monnit Corp. All Rights Reserved.
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