The Gas Watcher™ Receiver/Router accepts Bluetooth input from up to 49 Gas Watcher™ Bluetooth Pressure Gauges and provides an information gateway to the internet. Information from the sensors is pushed up to an internet Cloud where the data is available in a proprietary password protected portal. Data can be viewed 24/7 anywhere an internet connection is available. The user can set alarms to receive email or text alerts. The data viewed is Real-Time per the specifications of the sensors. Information from the Gas Watcher™ Bluetooth Pressure Gauges is data logged and time stamped. Data can be downloaded in a spreadsheet format. The Gas Watcher™ Receiver/Router is packaged in a NEMA 4 enclosure suitable for outdoor installation and is easy to install with its integrated mounting holes.
If your local network system supports DHCP – then once the Gas Watcher Router is connected to the network, it will be automatically configured and ready for operation.
WARNING: Connecting a Gas WatcherTM Router to a switch that is PoE active can cause permanent damage to the Router and void any applicable warranty.
The Annual Monitoring/Reporting Service fee for the first year is required to be purchased with the Receiver/Router. Subsequent years will require a $120 annual payment.
• Dimensions: 8-3/4" wide x 4-3/4" high x 2-1/2" deep
• Ingress Rating: IP67 when using T-Direct M12 cable and Ethernet cable with boot
• Ethernet Connection: CAT-5e
• Security Protocol: WEP, WPA-2, WPA2-PSK
• Maximum Distance from Gas Watcher Bluetooth Pressure Gauge to Router: 100 feet
• Maximum Number of Gas Watcher Devices: 49
• Annual Monitoring/Reporting Service: First year - Included
• Update Rate: 30 seconds default
• Power Cable Length: 3 meters
• Power: 110 VAC
• Operating Temperature: -40°F to 140°F (-40°C to 60°C)
Data Communication & Firewall Configuration
The Gas WatcherTM Router uses HTTP to communicate with the Gas WatcherTM CirrusSense Cloud portal. Data is sent via ports 80 & 443. In/out data communication rules will need to be added to any existing firewalls as applicable to your network set-up to permit the data to be sent to the domain listed below.
The default router configuration uses Google DNS servers for name resolution.
In summary, the following ports will need to be open for all Router communications on the networks:
● 53 (only if using Google DNS or any other DNS service outside of your local network)
The Gas WatcherTM Router sends its information to the following domain: http://cirrussensecloud.transducersdirect.com/.
Please note, the IP address of the Gas WatcherTM CirrusSense Cloud portal is subject to change.
The Gas WatcherTM Annual Monitoring/Reporting Service is needed if the customer wants to access the gas pressure data on a computer, tablet and/or smartphone. The user can also receive alert notifications on their electronic devices. An Annual Monitoring/Reporting Service is required for each Receiver/Router (a limit of 49 devices per router). The first year of service is incllded with the Receiver/Router