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questions / answers

Frequently Asked Questions.

Yes, all sensors are calibrated to NIST-traceable standards and are come with a calibration certificate. 

The range between the sensors and the wrist reporter is between 50 and 100 feet (which includes some walls and windows).  All sensors also act as a repeater back to the wrist reporter, so range can be extended by placing another sensor in between the main sensor being used and the wrist reporter.   

The wireless technology used in our sensors operates at a lower frequency then WIFI, so most technicians do not have any interference.  If communication problems are encountered, the user should first assume that WiFi is not the problem, and make sure everything is properly set up.

Yes, but not much further.  We offer longer range antennas to customers that need to take measurements in between concrete walls and steel floors.  Other sensors in the kit can also act as a repeater, if a window or elevator shaft is nearby. 

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Datalogging Questions

A program is provided on the USB for installation on your computer, which when downloaded creates an icon on your desktop.  When opened, the program will take you through the set up steps  to link the wrist reporter to the computer and upload the data to an excel spreadsheet. 

Yes.  The Wrist Reporter can store up to 100,000 readings with a time and date stamp. You can datalogg up to 10 sensors at a time.  There are three options for the datalog schedule: every reading every second (or two, depending on sensor type) one minute between readings, or 10 minutes between readings.

Readings are timestamped with the day, hour, minute, and second of the reading. The timestamp can be viewed on the Wrist Reporter or on the excel spreadsheet when uploaded to a computer.