RFID Sensor Tags are RFID tags with built in sensors for data collection including options for temperature, humidity, moisture, impact, tamper and more. The tags can be passive, semi-passive or active.
This article covers the various steps that are involved in the sensor profile available with the TagMatiks AT Lite Application in Windows. In Particular, we will look at using the Temperature / Humidity Loggers that are supported, which are the TagMatiks Temperature & Humidity RFID Logger Tags.
This article divided into multiple section
1. Open TagMatiks AT Lite and log into it.
2. Select the Settings option from the lower right corner of the screen.
3. Tap on the “Sensor Profile”, to create a sensor profile
4. Click on the on the upper right side of the screen to add a new sensor profile.
5. Select the Sensor type, Here the sensor to be used is Temperature Logger.
6. On the Temperature Logger Sensor Profile page :
Screen Profile Name : Enter the name of the profile you wish to save it as.
Sensor Type : Select the type of sensor you wish to add in this profile. TagMatiks AT Lite supports 6 different types of sensors :
Threshold Min : Minimum range of temperature that an asset is supposed to be exposed to.
Start Delay : Enter the Start Delay as per your requirement
Estimated Time of Arrival : When the Asset is supposed to Arrive.
RF Sensitivity : Toggle the RF sensitivity of the tag between high and low
Notifications : You can also get notification for different instances like :
1. Threshold Crossed : Whenever the temperature goes above/below the configured threshold value a notification will appear in the TagMatiks AT Lite Application notifying the user.
2. Estimated Time of Arrival :
3. Low Battery : When the inbuilt battery of the sensor will get low a notification will appear in the application
You can also configure the Email id on which you will receive the tag alarm notifications.
The user can define up to 16 temperature ranges with independent threshold alarms for a very accurate control of the temperature excursions.
Low Limit & High Limit can be set
Sampling Interval : It is the time interval after which the sensor takes the sample.
Note : Sampling Interval Should Always Be Divisible By 5
5. Tap on Add Configuration to save the changes.
6. Save all the changes you have made in the profile and click on Save.
7. The newly configured sensor profile will appear in the sensor profile list as shown in the image below.
1. Tap on the Assets option on the TagMatiks Dashboard.
2. Click on icon to create the asset.
3. Fill in all the details like part number Serial No. Tag ID . Tap on sensor profile to select the sensor profile which was created in the previous section of the article.
4. To start the temperature logger, press the Start button. The reader will start configuring the temperature logger as shown in the image below.
5. Tap on assign tag to assign the tag with the asset to be created.
6. Finally click on Create Asset to create the asset with the temperature logger.