GoToMyDevices.com is a cloud service operated by AVTECH Software supporting the Room Alert range of environmental monitors. The service optionally stores data from your Room Alerts and provides centralised data retention, reporting and alerting capabilities. GoToMyDevices.com has now been renamed to RoomAlert.com.
Device ManageR is a software product supplied with AVTECH Software's Room Alert environment monitors. The software is able to take data from a number of Room Alert monitors and provide central data storage, reporting and alerting facilities.
TemPageR was a brand of environment monitors manufactured by AVTECH Software. AVTECH Software discontinued the range some years ago. The TemPageR range was replaced by the Room Alert series.
The AVTECH Room Alert 24E environment monitor was obsoleted a number of years ago and is no longer being manufactured. The Room Alert 24E was replaced by the Room Alert 32E.
No. AVTECH Software discontinued the Room Alert 7E some time ago. The Room Alert 7E was replaced by the Room Alert 12E.
Yes. The Mini UPS sensor will connect to the Room Alert 3E using the switch port.
The Room Alert monitors cannot send daily reports. However, you can send daily reports either by using the Report Generator Plug-in for Device ManageR or by using the reporting features built into RoomAlert.com Cloud Service.
You cannot send SMS or MMS directly from a Room Alert monitor.
Yes. The MIBS are available from through the web interface of all Room Alert models supporting SNMP. The MIBs are also available from the RoomAlert.com download area. Alternatively, you can request a copy by emailing support.
Yes. The AVTECH Room Alert monitors are supplied with 12 months maintenance and support. This is renewable after that date for a small charge.
Yes. You can alert on the threshold going over or under a range you specify.
The rope type water sensor would be best in this case. The rope flood sensor is available in lengths of 2.4m or 7.3m. The sensor fits on all Room Alerts.
The only software you need is the software you use to initlally assign the Room Alert monitor with an IP address on your network. After that you just browse to the IP address, log in and then you can see live sensor readings, graphs and configure alerts etc..
Yes. With the release of the version 2.0 firmware, the Room Alert 3 Wi-Fi is able to log and graph your data.
No. I would not recommend this sensor for use in a fuel tank. You would need to use one of the Fuel Level sensors for the AVTECH products. There are two versions, one is Normally Closed (NC) and the other is Normally Open (NO).
It is not possible to connect a GSM modem directly to the Room Alert. A better solution is to use the free Device ManageR software, the call out plugin and a USB SMS modem. You can then centralise data collection and alerting for all of your Room Alert monitors.
The PS1 Power Sensor is actually a power presence sensor rather than a sensor which measures voltage/power output. It is a switch sensor that is normally in a closed state and will change state and therefore alert or change status, to loss or disruption of power for instance. The AVTECH PS2 Power Sensor alternatively shows real-time monitoring of amps, voltage and watts.
The Room Alert 4E and 4ER has one internal temperature sensor, plus 3 external ports. Two of these external ports are digital ports and one is a switch port.
Yes. The Flood sensor fits on the 'switch' type port on the Avtech Room Alert 4E.
Yes. You can fit a Avtech spot flood sensor or Avtech rope flood sensor to the switch port on the Room Alert 3E.