Your Controlled Environments Can Be Complex
The VAISALA viewLinc monitoring system integrates wireless data loggers, secured network access points and software that provide real time trends, customizable reporting and reliable alarms.
Existing VAISALA devices integrates easily, data loggers are easy to deploy, as soon as devices are turned on they start recording and transmitting accurate data on your controlled environments. Each access point supports up to 32 wireless data loggers and automatically recovers from any power or network outage protecting your historical data in a wide range of applications from regulated environments to museums and archives, to high technology manufacturing to storage and distribution centers, wherever temperature and humidity can affect the quality of product or processes.
VAISALA’S proprietary wireless technology VAINET uses a low frequency band prevents interference and provide typical signal range over 100 meters. A powerful signal creates a simple network, normal obstructions like cement block walls, metal shelving or heavy duty equipment don’t impede VAINET signal which means less networking equipment and more reliable data.
VAINET communications are encrypted to protect against eavesdropping, data tampering and transfer errors. Data integrity is assured. The viewLinc software is simple and intuitive. Screen tips and software tours make it easy to learn. The tours introduce all main functions and show you how to perform tasks. As you go drag and drop your monitored locations for quick trend analysis of any time period. For visibility on all locations, upload images of areas to a dashboards and track and manage conditions from there, configure alarms quickly using templates for both thresholds or data loggers, alarms can be sent and acknowledged by SMS, email and local visual alert with web based and mobile access the system can span time zones, scale to thousands of locations for reliable environmental monitoring that’s simple to setup and easy to use. viewLinc delivers data you trust in a system that nearly deploys itself.