configuration tool


iQunet wireless sensors are addressed with pull type communication.  This means that to save battery life, sensors are in a configurable sleep modus most of the time.  When awake, within milliseconds, the sensors share data, new settings and sensor status information to the embedded OPC UA server running on the UNIX server. 

GUI HMI Graphical User Interface Human Machine Interface
Wireless Sensor Device Manager
The iQunet web based Wireless Sensor Device Manager software is an intuitive Graphical User Interface (GUI) running state of the art Web Real Time Communication (WebRTC).  This software is used to manage sensor status information or set burst intervals for auto measurement. Data is relayed to the OPC UA server but can be previewed in dynamic graphs within the Device Manager. The software controls the sensor measurements and is able – in case a vibration monitoring sensor is connected – to perform data analysis. The Wireless Sensor Device Manager software also processes user requests for “live” data and is able to export to analytical software from third parties.

OPCUA UA server embedded
OPC UA embedded server
The iQunet UNIX Server runs an embedded OPC UA server. OPC Unified Architecture extends the highly successful standard OPC communication protocol, enabling data acquisition and information modeling and communication between the plant floor and the enterprise reliably and securely.  OPC UA is future ready and easy to configure and to maintain.

OPC Excel reporter
Excel/Sheets Reporter
For quick and easy reporting, iQunet created an Google Sheets/ MS Excel Reporting tool. It transforms spreadsheets into a reporting tool for process and equipment data. By connecting real-time to the iQunet sensor network data source, sample reports are made at a snap.  Easily create production, quality and performance reports. The tool does not require any installation.

sensor setup with cloud or parameterisation software
Wireless Sensor Device Manager (screen shot)
New peaks popping up in Waterfall Trend Analysis from a iQunet Vibration Sensor

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