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SensorPush Wireless Thermometer/Hygrometer for iPhone/Android - Humidity & Temperature Smart Sensor with Alerts. Developed and Supported in The USA
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- Flexible: Add a SensorPush G1 WiFi Gateway (sold separately) for data and alerts via the Internet
- Powerful: Line of sight range of 325 feet keeps you up to date, even on the other side of your home
- Easy one-time setup with our beautifully designed, free app (iOS or Android)
- Accurate: Swiss-made sensing component provides reliable, accurate measurements
- Set it and forget it: Pushes readings to devices via Bluetooth and alerts you if there's a problem
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The SensorPush HT1 Humidity and Temperature Smart Sensor with Alerts
You're busy. You know that proper temperature and humidity are important to your health and belongings. But who has time for constant monitoring of conditions in the places they matter most, like refrigerators, guitar cases, humidors, attics, basements and crawlspaces?
SensorPush is the answer. Our Smart Sensors are compact and easy to use. They work with painstakingly designed mobile apps that not only make you love using them, but also require as little use as possible. It takes just a few moments to install our free app and pair your first sensor. After that, it's up to you.
If you love data, SensorPush has it, beautifully graphed in-app or easily exported to CSV for use in software like MS Excel. Either way, you'll be amazed by what you can learn from a complete history of minute-by-minute updates.
Or, sit back and relax. SensorPush is constantly monitoring conditions, even while you're sleeping or away. Upon your return, you'll be promptly alerted of any issues once data is downloaded via Bluetooth. If you’re going to be away for awhile, the sensor always maintains the most recent 20 days of data on board. For maximum peace of mind, add the SensorPush G1 WiFi Gateway for constant access and alerts from anywhere, via the Internet.
Dimensions: 40mm x 40mm x 16.5mm / 1.57" x 1.57" x 0.65"
Weight: 40g / 1.4oz
Battery: CR2477 (user replaceable)
Battery Life: Typ. over 1 year (more in normal conditions, less in extreme cold)
Sampling Interval: Every minute
On-board Data Storage: 20 days
In-App Data Storage: Unlimited
Compatibility: iOS 8+, Android 5.0+. Requires Bluetooth 4.0+ (also known as Bluetooth LE).
Remote Access: Compatible with the SensorPush G1 WiFi Gateway for remote access via the Internet.
Multiple Devices: One mobile device can monitor an unlimited number of sensors; one sensor can be monitored by an unlimited number of mobile devices.
Temperature Range: -40°C - 60°C (-40°F - 140°F)
Humidity Range: 0 - 100%
(prolonged exposure to > 80% RH may create an offset of up to +3% in the readings. This effect gradually reverses after return to < 80% RH conditions)
(0°C - 60°C / 32°F - 140°F): ±0.3°C / ±0.5°F typical 0.5°C / ±0.9°F maximum
(Full Range): ±0.7°C / ±1.3°F typical 1.2°C / ±2.2°F max
(@ 25°C / 77°F, from 20% - 80% RH ): ±3% typical ±4.5% maximum
(@ 25°C / 77°F, from 0% - 100% RH ): ±4.5% typical ±7.5% maximum
Wireless Range: 100 meters line of sight under ideal conditions with no obstructions. Because of the way radio signals work, obstructions or interference can reduce the effective range substantially. Every situation is different, but by way of example, one of our test cases is a wood-framed 2,600 square foot, 2-story home. Sensors can be read virtually anywhere in, or immediately outside, the home.
Wet Conditions: Like most humidity measuring devices, the SensorPush HT1 Smart Sensor is not waterproof. However, with care to prevent direct contact with water on the side with the vent hole (ideally facing the hole downward as well), it can be used outdoors in protected placements.
Why Monitoring is Important / Where to Use SensorPush
Your family's health depends on proper temperature and humidity. A study cited by the World Health Organization suggests that dampness is the root problem for one in five asthma sufferers in the U.S. It also estimates that half the homes in the U.S. are too humid. This encourages allergens like mites and fungi. It can even increase toxic airborne chemicals like formaldehyde.
Dry air is also a problem. Viruses thrive and spread more easily. Skin, eyes and mucous membranes dry out, causing discomfort and greater risk of infection. Yet humans cannot directly sense the level of humidity in the air. Without proper monitoring, it's easy to misuse humidifiers, trading one problem for another.
Your possessions including guitars, pianos and other musical instruments, cigar humidors, wine cellars, incubators, greenhouses, art, family heirlooms, refrigerators and freezers also benefit from careful and precise monitoring.
Stability of temperature and humidity over time is often the most important factor to avoid costly and irreparable damage. SensorPush makes it easy to see changes to help determine and take the proper course of action when necessary or rest easy when all is well.
SensorPush was created by Cousins & Sears Creative Technologists
Cousins & Sears is an award-winning creative technology design and development studio. The Brooklyn, NY-based team has worked on behalf of an incredibly wide variety of organizations from startups to the Fortune 500 across virtually every industry imaginable.
The two partners, Jonathan Cousins and James Nick Sears, are as hands-on as it gets. They bring a range of expertise and knowledge not only from graphic design to software development and electrical engineering, but also in diverse subjects such as history and music.
This broad base of experience means that everything from the sensor firmware to the apps themselves has been hand-crafted line by line. We believe the extra effort shows in the end result.
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Advertising said it has an alert, but after e-mailing the company, they said its ONLY a VISUAL alert, which is useless to me. Why would you have an alert on a smart phone that does not give you an audio sound? Set- up was very quick and easy, and I liked the software. The e-mail response from the company was very fast, and he said that they are "working on an audio alert", but that just does not work for me. I have a 15 year old Oregon Scientific unit that works great and wakes me up if the temps drops.
After several e-mails to the company (with extremely prompt and friendly service) the alerts are working correctly and I am the dumb one.
Unit now sounds and works great, and could not have asked for better customer service.....
That being said the temperature readings have always been consistent. That’s the one good thing I can say.
I tried taking the battery out but to no avail. There's no reset button in the device either.
Neither my iPad nor my iPhone would connect to it anymore.
After 4-5 days of trying I finally thought to try the Add Device option.
When it said to hold the device over the screen and move it around it said something like "This device is already configured as Greenhouse" and wouldn't let me add it. Then I just deleted the device completely from the app, it let me archive the previous data first. Big whoop... Now that I had deleted it I tried to add a new device. It had me do the thing with holding it over the screen and following the moving image. It would have me move it all the way around about 8 times then it would sit there and think about it for awhile and it would just give up and tell me it couldn't add the device and to call support. I was too pissed off to call anyone, when I'm mad I'm a very unpleasant b***h so I just tossed it on desk to be filed away in the junk box later. I forgot about it until just now and I decided I would give it one last try before it went into the box of doomed devices. I did the Add Device routine and it instantly recognized it and added it in.
Now it seems to be working fine once again.
Bottom line, this device is unreliable. Don't depend on it, don't buy it. Just keep looking for something that's more ready for primetime. I think this was just a gofundme project that made it to market and this is version 1.0 and it's been abandoned by the people that brained it up in the first place. It's a neat idea but it's extremely unreliable.
I just received my Sensorpush today. I put it in a grow tent to monitor my Kr**om tree through the winter. Being a tree from the jungles of Southeast Asia it can't survive outdoors in the winter. That's sort of tough on me because I rarely use the heater, I like it when my house gets down to the 50's inside. So I had to bring the little bugger inside and put it in a grow tent and under a high power LED grow light. Unfortunately the light doesn't make much heat. So I have to play the balance game by running the heaters (ugh!) and monitoring the temp inside the tent.
Happily this thing transmits it's data through the mylar and through several walls and the floor.
Installing it and setting up the app on my iPhone and my iPad was super easy.
One thing I didn't like was that it insisted that I turn on my GPS full time to which I ignored.
Running the GPS all the time burns your battery to the ground in hours and I'm not doing that.
I never leave the house so it's pointless to have it on for any reason.
Also I was very disappointed to learn that there is no Alexa, Siri or IFTTT integration.
I am disabled and mobility limited so getting up and down the stairs is a tremendous problem for me.
It would be HUGELY HELPFUL if I could simply ask Alexa what the temperature is in the greenhouse, or if nothing else, asking Siri. I HATE Siri and never use it but if that's all there is, I'll take it.
It would also be HUGELY HELPFUL if it were able to interface with IFTTT apps so that it could tell Alexa to turn on fans, heaters, open vents, etc..
I checked on the website and at the very end of the page about the gateway device there is a brief mention that they are working on all these things. Just out of curiosity I went and checked that webpage on archive.org's "Wayback Machine" and the exact same page, word for word, verbatim was captured back on April 04, 2017. So here it is almost 2 years later and that page hasn't been updated or changed at all. It seems to me to almost be "abandonware" at this point.
I do not expect that these issues will ever be addressed. The product seems to be well made and has great potential but the developers seem to have wandered off into LA-LA-Land....
As newbie beekeepers with two different bees, we were amazed that the old-timers told us that bees generate heat to survive through the winter. They vibrate their bodies and make heat to keep the cluster warm enough to survive until spring. Um.. wow.
Starting out, we raised two different colonies of bees... Italians and Carniolans. "Italians produce a lot of honey, but they don't survive the winter.".... "Carnis are slow to produce, but are really tough."
So... I'm a pretty nerdy guy and my kids are nerdy, too... We wanted to know the DATA.
We found the SensorPush Wireless unit. We bought one and tried it out for about a week. We liked it so much we bought another one.
We modified the units a bit... glued screens on the bottom of them with rubber bumpers as spacers. (Bees love to glue shut holes like the one on the bottom of the SensorPush)
So far... the two units work very well, and we are very pleased with the results!
If you look at the data closely, you'll see that the two colonies behave very differently. This data wouldn't have even been possible without these units.
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The device is simple to get started with - you download the App for Android, or iPhone, run it, and drop the thermometer block on your screen for a few seconds.
Whenever you open the program, it reads all the temperatures and humidities that were collected since the last sync up.
There's a new "Sync station" that picks up all your devices temperatures, and sends them to the gadgets website - where you can see them.
It uses your existing WiFi network to send the data to the website, and the Low Energy Bluetooth connection between the WiFi and gadget.
The battery lasts 1 YEAR, and can be replaced easily (no screws, just a plastic card like a credit card).
The device can store AT LEAST 20 days of temperature and humidity - MORE if the temp doesn't change often, as it only stores temp changes and their date/time.
You can CALIBRATE the device (instructions on the website).
You can EXPORT all the readings your phone has picked up as an Excel compatible CSV file.
You can give each sensor a name.
The syncing distance is as good as claimed - it syncs across my house.
Temperatures are lost when it's re-calibrated.
£50 at time of this review... Oww! . (But if you want "It just works!" - this is the device for you)
The device IS NOT waterproof. But you can put it in a baggie.
No direct-to-PC syncing.(For devices scattered around the house for example)
Die App für Smartphone und Tablet, die in einigen anderen Besprechungen nicht gut wegkam, reicht für meine Bedürfnisse völlig aus. Die abrufbaren Historien nach Stunde, Tag, Woche, Monat und Jahr geben ein sehr anschauliches Bild über den Verlauf, und gerade die längeren Perioden haben in diesem warmen Sommer gut gezeigt, wie nicht nur die Tages-, sondern auch die Nachttemperaturen kontinuierlich anstiegen. Die Maxima, Minima, und die Durchschnittswerte lassen sich für eine beliebige vergangene Zeitspanne sehr schnell erfassen.
Für mich ist das ein perfektes Werkzeug oder auch Spielzeug, um an einem beliebigen Ort innerhalb des Bluetoothbereichs des iPads nicht nur Temperatur und Feuchtigkeit ablesen zu können, sondern eben auch den Verlauf in der Vergangenheit. Ich möchte den (das?) SensorPush nicht mehr missen.
Ich hatte in den ersten Wochen nach dem Kauf ein Problem mit einer schnell schwächer werdenden Batterie (auch das zeigt die App), was - wie sich herausstellte - ein Hardwarefehler war. Meine Nachfrage beim Hersteller wurde nicht nur umgehend beantwortet, sondern mir wurde formlos innerhalb von drei Tagen ein Ersatzgerät zugeschickt. An einem solchen kundenfreundlichen Service können sich andere Firmen wirklich ein Beispiel nehmen.
SensorPush ist meinerseits eine klare Kaufempfehlung.
1) Able to scan the data left and right. For example, if I'm looking at the data from the last hour, but want to see the data from the previous hour, it seems intuitive to simply swipe horizontally across to see it. Currently though, if I want to view this data, I either have to select the 24 hour viewing mode (which now greatly compresses that information) or import it onto my computer.
2) Provide the option to see the Absolute Humidity (in addition to the Relative Humidity). For example, when the heat comes on, the relative humidity goes down, since the air can now hold more water, but the amount of water in the air hasn't changed. Perhaps you could double tap the Relative Humidity Graph, which could flip the graph around to present the absolute humidity instead, and vice versa.
Anyway, as I said, fantastic product. I highly recommend one. I've shown a few friends and they were impressed too.
I bought 5 of these to monitor my kennels.
I also bought a humidity calibration pack and had to calibrate all 5.
I used the ice in water to calibrate the temperature.
Once I set up the first, I used the reading from it to calibrate the rest.
Very easy to change the temperature and the humidity.
It can be a little hard to open but not to difficult. A credit card was to thick but a fingernail should do the job.
I've set the app to inform me if the temperature drops under 10 of goes over 20. I installed heat lamps attached to hive wireless plugs so when it's too hot I can wirelessly turn off the heat.
I highly recommend them for what I use them for.
In the pack is a little double sided sticker used to secure it. I found that it's not the best and so I just put a screw through the hole and screwed it to a shelf.
Work as great.
I bought the 1st 4 when they were £50 each but the price has increased to £59 which I reluctantly paid for the 5th.
£50 is about right I think.
Great for households to that want to monitor they fridge/freezers are working correctly.
Won’t keep data online without Hub, so if you want to monitor our side the Bluetooth signal area get the hub, a great addition to a great device.
Price wise I think these are very reasonable, having had a tonne of different devices this one is easily the best I’ve had and not to expensive either, nice the battery lasts so long to.
My only tiny gripe is that you can’t make the alert in the app louder and last longer. But the notifications are great.
As I said in my other review the customer service at SensorPush is top notch.
The only issue currently is SensorPush - if you leave SensorPush turned on (the bluetooth link between your phone and the sensor) and you are within range of the device, it eats through your battery on your phone with the minute by minute updates. Being in the same room with the sensor, over 24 hours my phone battery normally reduces from 100 to 50% in a day. With SensorPush on it has reached 10% by evening. The manufacturers are aware of this issue and are saying they will fix this problem at some point. Until then I have to manually turn bluetooth off and back on every time I want to get the latest temperature data.
Brilliant apart from this.
- ausschließlich American-English, keine Übersetzung
- zwei Ausnahmen davon: Wochentage und Uhrzeiten sind doch noch ins Deutsche übersetzt, was die Sache noch schlimmer macht: "Last reading: 12:05 VORM." bedeutet dann 00:05 nachts was mit einem Vormittag wenig zu tun hat
- man kann zwar bei den Verlaufskurven HOUR, DAY, WEEK, MONTH und YEAR auswählen, jedoch nur die aktuellen Zeitabschnitte und nicht die vergangenen, so z.B. nur die letzte eine Stunde genauer betrachten und nicht die Stunde(n) davor. Die sieht man nur komprimiert in der Tagesansicht, aber auch da nur die aktuellen 24 und nicht etwa "gestern".
- bei den Verlaufskurven sieht man nur MIN, MAX und AVG (Minimum, Maximum und Mittelwert), sonst keine Angaben über die genaueren Werte dazwischen: nur die horizontale Zeitachse ist beschriftet und nicht die vertikale mit der Temperatur bzw. Feuchtigkeit. Es gibt eine einzige horizontale Linie irgendwo dazwischen, aber auch hier muss man den (krummen) Wert raten: bei MIN=16,1 und MAX=21,7 liegt sie wahrscheinlich (!) bei 19°C - so genau weiß man das nie.
Deshalb vergebe ich 4,5 Sterne für die Hardware und erst mal 1,5 für die Software.
So ist der Stand im Januar 2017. Wenn die App verbessert wird, werde ich diese Rezension aktualisieren.
NACHTRAG Januar 2018: leider hat sich nichts geändert: die App bleibt halbfertig. Nach wie vor mit amerikanischen Zeitangaben ("Last reading: 12:05 VORM.") und ohne Möglichkeit, vergangene Zeiträume genauer anzuschauen. Das Laden der Daten aus dem vergangenen "YEAR" dauert ewig. Spätestens nach 30-40 Sek. bleibt die App komplett stehen, reagiert nicht mehr. Und das auf einem ziemlich leistungsstarken Smartphone... Ob die Entwickler selbst eigene Software testen und praktisch nutzen?... Das mag ich zu bezweifeln, wenn ich solche trivialen Fehler und Usability-Probleme sehe, die nicht nur von Anfang an bestehen, sondern auch viele Monate später nicht beseitigt werden.
Mag sein, dass es keine besseren Temperatursensoren gibt ... für den Preis hätte ich aber doch eine vernünftige Software erwartet, die nicht nur auf dem ersten Blick hübsch aussieht sondern auch in der Praxis funktioniert.
Der finale Fazit: der Sensor an sich ist OK, die App war und bleibt nur halbfertig und wird nicht weiter entwickelt: ein "Fire-and-forget" Produkt ohne Support und ohne Weiterentwicklung.