In the kit X-Bee based temperature and gas monitoring, wireless systems can effectively automate your temperature monitoring activities. A typical system comprises hardware, software, and a personal computer or server. Temperatures are measured by a probe, which uses a transmitter to output radio frequency (RF) signals to a receiver.
In the kit X-Bee based temperature and gas monitoring wireless systems, the receiver is connected to the internal computer network, which then routes the temperature data to the computer. Signal boosters or repeaters may be needed to increase the operational range of the transmitters. Once the temperature information reaches the computer, the software stores the data and determines if an alert should be triggered. Users can view temperatures, respond to alarms, document follow-up actions, and generate summary reports from the computer.
In the kit X-Bee based temperature and gas monitoring wireless systems the sensor will continuously check for the temperature and send this data to the microcontroller on a protocol basis. The control then commands the transmitter X-bee to send the temperature data. The receiver X-bee will receive the data send it to the PC to be logged using the USB to UART interface.