Ares 10 is a cost-effective GSM thermometer for remote monitoring and alerting over GSM for locations without LAN access. Connect up to 6 external sensors and 2 dry contact detectors.
Ares monitors the readings of connected sensors. When a value reaches the alarm threshold, the device sends an e-mail or a text message (SMS), or dials specified numbers. Use SensDesk Technology portal to view measured data in a complex dashboard.
Ares products are ready for remote mass deployment using FOTA (Firmware Over The Air).
- 6x Sensor value (RJ11 sensors 1-Wire UNI)
- 2x DI (Digital Input) with S0 pulse counters;
- 5x E-mail; 5x "SMS+Ring"
- Use the USB interface to configure the device from a PC with no need to install any additional software. Remote configuration also possible via the “AresConf” tab in the SensDesk portal.
- Remote firmware upload (FOTA) capability makes Ares devices ideal for large-scale deployments.
- Connected via GSM/GPRS. List of APN available worldwide
- A sensor value out of a set safe range as well as a DI state change sends an alert by e-mail or "SMS+Ring".
- Data can be sent in e-mail attachments or downloaded via USB.
- The "Tset" start set includes a temperature sensor with a cable that can be extended to up to 60 m.
- Data Logger for more than 250.000 recordss;
- Electricity distribution networks (transformer stations, lines)
- Water source monitoring, including technical equipment status
- Agricultural premises (greenhouses, granaries, etc.)
- Road, highway, or railroad technology
- Temperature and thermal expansion of structures
- Diesel generators – environment and status monitoring
HWg-Ares: features for IoT projects
- Data transfer over the GSM / GPRS mobile network
- Quick view to current data on SensDesk web portal
- Mobile application, desktop apps
- Sending data by e-mail, custom sw or third-party cloud applications
- LTE version in 3Q 2018
HWg-Ares units allow to connect to the Internet via a GSM/GPRS network. Data is transmitted via the HWg-Push protocol to the SensDesk public portal or HWg-PDMS software. Data can be emailed to PDMS, and the software download it from the POP3 mailbox or its secured POP3S variant.
The Sensesk IoT portal provides quick view to current values on the mobile phone as well. It can display graphs of measured values up to 3 months back. It also includes the ability to set alarm messages via e-mail or SMS (with own HWg-SMS-GW3 gateway) in a cloud-like web page.
IoT PDMS software allows to collect all measured data and convert it to Excel format. It can then perform its own analysis. Excel reports from PDMS can be used to document environmental values for control bodies, for example, in pharmacies and food industry.
The HWg-Ares is ideal for outdoor or mobile IoT applications because it has wide signal coverage thanks to GSM communications. Switching between BTS (base station - network cell) is up to 180 km / h automatic and without loss of communication.
Differences between Ares 10 vs. Ares 12
|Ares 10||Ares 12|
|1-Wire UNI sensors||6×||14×|
A stainless steel temperature probe with a flat cable.
Wall mount temperature and humidity sensor.
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