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Remote Access Software

Mon, 10/14/2013 - 1:58pm

GrayWolf Sensing has introduced remote, cloud-based access and control of any of its WiFi enabled AdvancedSense, WolfPack or DirectSense meters. The GrayWolfLive software permits measurement data viewing on smartphones, tablets, PCs or any Web-enabled device. Attached notes (audio, text, photos, etc.) may also be reviewed. Data may be displayed as multi-parameter graphs or in tabular format.

Users can remotely adjust log intervals, modify attached notes, change alarm levels and more. In addition, download logged readings via WiFi to any WIN XP, 7 or 8 device that has GrayWolf’s WolfSense PC data transfer and reporting software loaded. WolfSense PC (which is supplied as standard) enables simple download, analysis and report creation. Optional “Advanced Report Generator” software fully automates the entire reporting process; generating detailed reports that include data tables, graphs, photos, field text notes, government and industry guidelines, utilized instrument lists, calibration data and more.

Applications for GrayWolfLive include:

  • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

Access instrument data from afar; whether viewing GrayWolf IAQ monitoring kits left for hours, days or weeks measuring key IAQ parameters, or even units that test engineers are utilizing for walk-through, spot check surveys. Logged readings and attached operator notes (audio, text, etc.) are all easy to get to.

  • Industrial Hygiene (IH)

Alarm a smartphone, or other internet accessible device, when toxic gas levels or other measured parameters exceed your defined levels. The alarm message may be e-mailed to multiple phones/devices. Or just check data on any GrayWolf instrument that’s out in the field.

  • USGBC LEED IEQ Credit 3.2

Remotely check GrayWolf systems(s) deployed in buildings undertaking LEED certification to determine when TVOC, HCHO, CO, PM10 (and O3) concentrations fall below LEED IEQ Credit 3.2 target values. At that point, the GrayWolf equipment can be collected, reports can be generated, and any additional air sampling that is determined necessary may be conducted.

  • Heating Ventilation Air conditioning (HVAC) & Facility Management (FM)

Monitor differential pressure over time and email alarm alerts when negative pressure conditions occur, or when air velocity/%RH/dewpoint/CO2/particulate/temperature or set points for other parameters on GrayWolf instruments are exceeded.

  • Ambient Air (AA)

Leave GrayWolf meters outside for short-term tests and check them remotely when monitoring burn pits, release plumes or other pollution events. Also, access outdoor measurements in real-time to compare against indoor measured levels.

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