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area coverage or distance cover by the Sky 2

latch Aug 06, 2018 01:57AM PDT

Hello,
What about the distance coverage of SK2 or Storm in "km" or "mile" ?
not talking about the distance or wireless. But the max distance of data collection.
Have an animal park, will like to have this info...

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Vitek Aug 06, 2018 05:27AM PDT
Hello Latch,

I don’t understand your question well. But maybe you will find what you are looking for in the information below.

Both Sky and Storm device measures data at the point where the device is placed. All sensors are inside the devices. Sky or Storm doesn’t contain any sensors for remote sensing or over a distance measurements.

Geographical coordinates acquired from the phone are attached to a Sky device only. They are not attached to a Storm device. This happens when you set up a Sky first time. You can recalibrate geographical position of a Sky any time later from the BloomSky app:
Menu – Device – button Recalibrate.

Data from a Sky device are coupled with data from a Storm. Other than that there is no wireless nor physical interconnection between a Sky and a Storm. Both are entirely independent devices.
This means you could place Sky and Storm at two different locations. But then there would be no correlation between a data set from a Sky and from a Storm. You would acquire two unrelated data sets. The outcome would be that data displayed in BloomSky app and on the web would be misleading.


If your need is to acquire exact temperature and environment data from a wider geographical area you would need to install several weather stations or a station with an option to attach several remote sensors.


However if your animal park has computer network, WiFi or cellular coverage a better solution I think would be to use system for data center and server room monitoring, e.g. https://avtech.com/ .
These sensors can monitor wide range of values, e.g. temperature, humidity, air flow, smoke, fire, power etc. You could place a sensor at any and every point of interest. You could receive alerts, check logs and history and so on for each sensor.

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