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Loadsensing a LS-G6 Wireless Data Logger
Cities are expanding rapidly, not only above, but also underground. They grow through tunneling projects which pose a lot of geotechnical challenges. If you are in charge of a large construction project, you need a reliable instrumentation and monitoring program to reveal hidden threats, to manage risks. The Risk of Collecting Sensor Data Through Manual Readings Most of you install sensors to monitor the behavior of the ground and soil structure interaction. However, the majority of you still collect sensor data through manual readings, which, as you know, is risky and tedious. Cable Based…
How to Download Data from An Aeroqual S500 Handheld Monitor?
Downloading Data from Your Series 500 Handheld Monitor The assumption here is that you already have gone to the Aeroqual website and downloaded the software. You should have your S-500 monitor with some log data, your data cable. Software Steps for Downloading the Aeroqual S500 Data to your Desktop Get hold of our S-500 monitor. We are going to plug in the data cable, and then we’re going to plug the data cable into a USB port on the side of our PC. Once you’ve done that, then you can head on…
The Phase-Out of 3G Data Networks is Just Around the Corner. Make Sure You’re Ready!
Verizon has begun the process of phasing out its 3G data network in order to move to 4G Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technologies. These new power technologies will provide far greater coverage and capacity, while using much less power (therefore ensuring long battery life). But, as it is with any technology advancement, the phasing out of the 3G network can have negative consequences for those who are not prepared.
Verizon will stop supporting 3G devices on its network by the end of 2019 and the other major carriers are not far behind. To prepare for this transition, we suggest you take an inventory of your instruments and devices and create a plan for upgrading to LTE-compatible equipment in order to avoid being left with “dark units” in the field.