• New 3.0 Cloud platform enables remote access of data for IAQ/Green Building/IH/HVAC applications

Air Monitoring

New 3.0 Cloud platform enables remote access of data for IAQ/Green Building/IH/HVAC applications

Jun 25 2019

GrayWolf introduces a greatly enhanced version of its versatile cloud-based web application. Access real-time and logged data from any of GrayWolf’s Wi-Fi enabled AdvancedSense® meters, WolfPack® monitors or WolfSense® LAP tablet-based kits. In addition, the cutting-edge DirectSense® II probes will soon offer an optional, installed WiFi card allowing for direct communication to most internet connected devices via GrayWolfLive 3.0. GrayWolf manufactures various advanced portable, semi-permanent and continuous monitoring instruments for your choice of measurements (from 2 up to 32 parameters simultaneously): TVOCs, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen dioxide,  formaldehyde, nitric oxide, ozone, sulphur dioxide, particulates (PM2.5, PM10, and more),  hydrogen sulphide, air velocity, ammonia, differential pressure, chlorine, relative humidity, O2, H2, HCN, HCl, F2, ClO2 …., temperature and several other parameters.

Operators can view measurement data on smartphones, iPads, tablets, laptops, PCs or just about any internet connected device. GrayWolf employs Microsoft Azure servers for secure, reliable access to your real-time and data-logged information. Data may be displayed in “live” readings, gauges,  single or multi-Y graphs and tabular data over defined periods (e.g. 8-hour, 24-hour, all-time). Windows/tabs enable multiple display modes simultaneously, from multiple meters and/or probes.

Operators monitoring Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) can access cloud and instrument data from afar; whether viewing GrayWolf IAQ monitoring kits left for hours, days, weeks or continuously measuring key IAQ parameters, or even units that test engineers are utilising for spot-checks or walk-thru surveys. Logged readings and attached operator notes (audio, text, photos, etc.) are all easy to access.

You can also remotely check GrayWolf monitoring systems deployed in buildings undertaking LEED, WELL or other green building certifications to determine when TVOC, HCHO, CO, PM 2.5, PM10, O3 and/or other concentrations fall below target values. At that point, any additional air sampling that is required may be conducted and the GrayWolf equipment can be collected. Alternatively, you can use GrayWolfLive 3.0 to continuously monitor in buildings for on-going maintenance options such as ARC Skoru. GrayWolfLive 3.0 generated gauges and graphs can be set up to display acceptable ranges for the green building protocol being employed.

Industrial hygienists can have alerts sent to their smartphone, or other internet accessible devices, when toxic gas levels or other measured parameters exceed defined levels. The alert message may be e-mailed, texted or (soon) via WhatsApp to multiple phones/devices. Logged data and attached text/audio/photo notes can be accessed on any GrayWolf instrument deployed in the field.

Another of the plethora of applications is in HVAC and facility management. Operators can monitor differential pressure over time and send alarm alerts when negative pressure conditions occur, or when set points on GrayWolf instruments for air velocity/%RH/dewpoint/CO2/particulate/temperature or other parameters are exceeded.

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