FilesThruTheAir service provides sensor data in real time, anywhere

FilesThruTheAir service provides sensor data in real time, anywhere

CAS DataLoggers announced that Lascar Electronics has gone live with its new FilesThruTheAir Cloud service. This service takes Lascar’s WiFi sensors to a new level, unlocking them from the PC and allowing them to be managed and monitored over the Internet from any location in the world.
Now users can communicate with a Lascar WiFi datalogger from any smartphone, tablet, or PC. Monitor conditions, change sensor settings, and get instant email alerts whenever your product or environment goes out of spec. This free service is a great way for a business or organization to view real-time data on the Cloud at an affordable price.
The FilesThruTheAir Cloud service enables users to:
•Store data online—No more hunting for hardcopy records or PC files—with Lascar products all data is automatically uploaded to your Cloud account.
•Receive email alerts—You’ll get instant email alerts whenever preset temperature and humidity levels are breached, as well as warnings for a low battery, AC mains disconnection, or probe malfunction.
•Access from mobile device—View data in real time and change all sensor settings from any web-enabled device including smartphones, tablets, or computers.
•Monitor multiple sites—Get remote access to several locations, all from one device.
•Give multiple users secure access—Cloud-based storage means data is protected, secure, and limitless. You can link sensors from multiple sites in one account to give multiple users access to the Cloud. You can also determine which users have access to which data and assign account privileges.
The FilesThruTheAir Cloud is compatible with Lascar’s entire range of EL-WiFi data loggers. The data logger’s sensor automatically collects data while the WiFi router sends it to the Cloud for storage. This way, data collection, alarming, storage, and accessibility are all automated.
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