WiFi controlled temp monitor and relay
This is an endpoint for a custom refrigeration monitoring and control system. These endpoints are installed in at critical points in a build for remote sensing or temperatures, power usage and relays outputs. \n\nThese units send data back to the main controller via a closed WiFi system that only the controllers can join. The main controller uses that data to feed back commands to the units telling them to turn on/off contacts to control the process.
I have 13+ years of electrical engineering experience. I have designed custom devices that use both AVR and ARM micro controllers. I have experience will all kinds of industrial sensors and power sources. I have learned that the custom PCB and firmware is only a small portion of the success of a remote monitoring project. A web enabled remote interface to the device transforms it from a passive headless unit to a data mining tool for process control and monitoring. The ability to view real time sensor data and set limits on that data give it the ability to not only send alerts when limits are exceeded but also predict and prevent failures by identifying trends. Historical data can be viewed to gain insight into how a process really runs. Comparing historical and current data be used to confirm when a problem has been resolved by the return of current data to historical trends. Data can be compiled into meaningful charts and archived or sent to a distribution list.
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