Dwyer's HVAC Mobile Meter™ App Explained
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Dwyer's HVAC Mobile Meter™ App Explained



For more information on the Mobile Meter™ App, please visit http://www.dwyer-inst.com/Product/TestEquipment/HVACBalancingInstruments/MobileMeter-/Intro.

For more information on the Mobile Meter™ App, please visit http://www.dwyer-inst.com/Product/TestEquipment/HVACBalancingInstruments/MobileMeter-/Intro.



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Dwyer's HVAC Mobile Meter™ App Explained Dwyer's HVAC Mobile Meter™ App Explained Presentation Transcript

  • Dwyer Instruments, Inc.’s Mobile Meter™ Application Explained The materials included in this compilation are for the use of Dwyer Instruments, Inc. potential customers and current employees as a resource only. They may not be reproduced, published, or transmitted electronically for commercial purposes. Furthermore, the Company’s name, likeness, product names, and logos, included within these compilations may not be used without specific, written prior permission from Dwyer Instruments, Inc. ©Copyright 2011 Dwyer Instruments, Inc
  • What is the Mobile Meter™ App? • Universal Handheld Hardware Platform • Growing range of wireless probes and modules • Universal Handheld (UHH) base unit that can display and log the measurements on a dedicated device • Mobile wireless gateway (UHH-BTG) that can be converted to Bluetooth SIG, Inc.’s low energy wireless technology so measurements are available on any Android® or Apple® Phone or tablet • Library • Development of a library of instructions on how to communicate with the wireless probes and modules so that other software developers can incorporate measurements directly to their software
  • Mobile Meter™ App What is it? • Proof of concept of the new Dwyer Instruments, Inc. library for communicating with our wireless probes / modules • Free of charge mobile App available currently for Android® devices, but soon to be released for Apple® devices • Mobile version of our Model UHH base instrument on a phone or tablet that works with all our wireless probes and modules • 75 feet or Greater Wireless Distance Between Probes and Phone when used with the UHH-BTG Mobile Wireless Gateway
  • Mobile Wireless Gateway How does it work? • UHH-BTG Mobile Wireless Gateway converts wireless signals from our probes and modules to Bluetooth SIG, Inc. wireless technology • Wireless signals are able to work with both iOS® devices and Android® Devices • Integral Belt Clip • Rechargeable battery with over 10 hours continuous life
  • Mobile Meter™ Phone App What does it do? • Displays parameter values in gage and meter views similar • Area and K-Factor can be entered for velocity and flow calculations • Logs measurements by pushing button on probes or in app • Email log files directly from phone
  • Mobile Meter™ Operation
  • Pairing UHH-BG1 to Phone • Go to Bluetooth® menu on your phone • Turn on the UHH-BTG so that it is discoverable • Select the phone bridge in the Bluetooth® menu • LED on the gateway will start blinking blue once successfully paired
  • Probe Selection • Launch the app on the phone or tablet • Turn on probes and modules to be paired with phone • App will list the available probes • Touch the box next to the probe(s) to be displayed
  • Changing Settings • While viewing the selected probe, click on the gear to access the settings • In the settings, you can change the Engineering units, K-Factor, Area, type of duct, function, and display configuration
  • Logging Measurements • Select desired probe to log • Press log button on lower left side of screen or press button on the probe handle • After log is complete, you can view or email data
  • TraversIT® Mobile App What is it? • Guided App that walks user through taking a traverse reading of a duct using a Pitot tube or Thermo- Anemometer • Calculates where to take measurements based on duct size and type • Generates a Traverse report listing measurement points, static pressure (if pressure is available), statistics (maximum, minimum, average) Expected Launch is Summer 2014!!!
  • Probes Currently Available
  • Differential Pressure Modules Series WDPM • Measures differential pressure, static pressure, air velocity, and volumetric air flow • Fits in rear pouch of UHH • Available magnetic surface mount bracket • Push button logging
  • Thermo-Anemometer Probes Model AP2 • Measures Air Velocity, Volumetric Air Flow, and Temperature • Probe length is 203 mm (8”) and has Metric and English Insertion Markings • Primarily Used for Lower Flow Detection under m/s (200 FPM) • Push Button to Trigger Logging (AP2 Only)
  • Thermo-Hygrometer Probes Model RP2 • Measures humidity, dew point, wet bulb temperature, and temperature • Field replaceable 2% accurate sensor and filter • Probe length is 203 mm (8”)
  • 100mm Vane Thermo- Anemometer Probes Model VP2 • Measures air velocity, volumetric air flow, temperature, an d humidity • Probe length is 203 mm (8”) • Used to measure the air flow at supply and return air registers
  • 14mm Vane Thermo-Anemometer Model MP2 • Measures air velocity, volumetric air flow, temperature, and humidity • Ranges of 200 to 5000 FPM • Used to take duct traverse measurements