Introducing: The Wireless Tag iOS App
Quick access to temperature, humidity, lux data and motion event history
Everything from lock screen widget which can display temperature, humidity, update time, or motion event state, to the new "Trend" screen optimized for a quick check of recent trends, our iOS app, evolving since 2012, provides an abundance of information on sensor tags that may be thousands of miles away, at your finger tips.
The new "Event" and "Trend" Pages
The classic tag list page shows each tag's current motion state, temperature and humidity data. Swipe right to reveal history of motion (such as door open/close) and temperature events (such as temperature exceeding threshold).
Swipe left to reveal the new trend page for a quick check of each sensor's most recent 64 data points of temperature, humidity and brightness, along with configured monitoring thresholds. For even closer look, open the full graph of the sensor, or compare multiple sensors on a single graph screen. Press the share button to quickly send the graph by email, or download raw data file in CSV format.
Unified search bar with category buttons
If you have many tags, you can enter search term in the search box. It will stay open when you swipe left/right, and the event, trend or tag page will automatically show only the tags matching search keyword or chosen search scope. For example, If you want to have a per tag motion event history display, just enter beginning of the name of the tag, then swipe to the event history if you are not already on it.
Motion events overlaid on temperature trend
The app will load data from the cloud only when you try to view it. As soon as you view the Event page and scroll down to load enough data into the past, when you go back to the Trend page they will appear also on the graphs, helping you identifying the reason behind temperature/humidity changes (such as door open/close).
Step 1: Activate Your Ethernet Tag Manager
Install our iPhone/iPad app from AppStore by searching "WirelessTag" or follow this link.
Use the 12 digit serial numbers on your Ethernet Tag Manager to create a login. Keep the serial number in a safe place.
Step 2: Associate New Wireless Tags
Follow this step to associate each new Tags with the Tag Manager. For water/moisture sensors, please activate by shorting the tip using a metal object (scraping the tip using a coin, for example) or dipping the tip into water. A red light should start flashing on the sensor every few seconds for about 2 minutes, before the sensor goes into sleep again. Search & associate like other tags while the light is flashing.
Step 3: Assign Tag Names and Pictures (If Needed)
You can edit tag names, comments and assign pictures to each Wireless Sensor Tag.
Step 4: Motion Sensor, Temperature Monitoring, and Logging Interval
Motion sensor and temperature (and humidity) monitoring are turned off by default. Follow the steps below to turn them on/off as needed. Temperature (+humidity, ambient light) logging happens independently of monitoring. The logging interval is set to 10 minutes by default, which can be changed as necessary.
All past events, or only specific kind, or only from specific tag
By swiping left on the tag list screen, or tap on the "Events" button on the top left corner, you can bring up the "Event History" where all types of events (such as open/close/moved, too hot/cold, too wet/dry, out of range/back in range, water detected)
from all tags associated with
selected tag manager will be shown in chronological order. The newest events are displayed on top, while older and older events are dynamically downloaded from the cloud as you scroll down.
Events are collected 24/7 as long as the Tag Manager is connected to the Internet, so you can always review what happened while you were away.
IFTTT: If This Then That.
The easiest way to link tags with other things on the Internet.
IFTTT is a free Web/iOS/Android app that connects all kinds of Internet-enabled products (such as sprinklers, lights and thermostats) and services (such as Gmail, iOS/Android device location, and more) referred to as "Channels". Wireless Sensor Tags is an officially supported IFTTT Channel.
Motion Sensor Options:
Sensitivity, Response, Notification Settings and Scheduling
Tune the sensitivity and responsiveness of the motion sensor to suit your application.
In motion detection mode, choose to remember moved state indefinitely or reset to armed state after a while.
In door/gate mode, choose the threshold angle (23 degree is recommended for automatic garage doors, 2~5 degree for regular doors),
or choose to get notified only when door is opened for too long.
Choose to get notified by emails, tweets, speech, or whether to make tag beep upon motion.
Set the schedule to automatically arm or disarm the motion sensor at certain time of the day, and days of the week.
Beeping a Tag, Stop Beeping, and Beep Options
Every wireless sensor tag has a beep function to help you find missing tags. Attach the tag to key chains, put inside your wallet, or strap to TV remote controls, and never waste time looking for these items again.
Temperature Graphs and Motion/Door Stats
Each tag automatically logs temperature and each time it is moved, opened or closed, so you can always check what happened while you were away.
Using More Than One Tag Manager
Use multiple tag managers to cover a wider area, enable tags to "roam" from one area to another, or manage more than 255 tags at one time. Use the Web/Android app to add tag managers to your account.