Thank you for purchasing the Tramex Remote Environmental Monitoring System.
The following steps and procedures will help you set up your TREMS project. First you will register your monitoring equipment and then you can start your on-site project.
To start using your remote monitoring equipment, it must be added to your free TREMS account on the Tramex Cloud, where your data will be kept safely and securely to view and report from any browser.
Scan the QR code on the back of each of your Tramex Cloud Sensors and Cloud Station with your mobile phone.
This will automatically register the devices to your account and it’ll bring you to the information page for that device.
You are now set up and ready to start a remote monitoring project.
TREMS Projects are operated in two modes:
Create a new project in the Tramex Cloud.
Make sure to name your project and provide the project description details for later reference.
In project setup, you can create and organise the locations within your project.
Simply add locations with the green “Add location” button at the bottom of the screen, and drag and drop it into position. It can be useful to plan this out in advance using a floor plan for larger projects.
This controls the live data flow into your project, so each location can have a single Cloud Sensor.
Attach both antennae and the power cable to the Tramex Cloud Station.
Place your Tramex Cloud Station in a central location within your Project that has mobile data connectivity.
Position your Cloud Station and simply plug it in to switch it on.
Within your TREMS Project, you can create multiple locations. These represent the rooms or positions of your sensors within the building under test.
Your Tramex Cloud sensor is exceptionally frugal with energy, lasting greater than 10 years in constant use. To help extend its battery life, the sensor arrives to you in "Sleep Mode", where it's battery useage is next to nothing.
To start using your sensor, enable "Transmission mode".
You can confirm your sensor is transmitting at any time, by clicking the "O/I" button on the top of the sensor.
1 Flash: the sensor is in "Sleep Mode" - see the previous step.
2 Flashes: the sensor is in "Transmission Mode" and ready to be deployed.
Greater than 2 flashes: the sensor has an error, contact us for help or more information.
Repeat this process for all the Cloud Sensors.
The Sensors will read the environmental ambient relative humidity and temperature conditions and the data will be visible in your Project immediately and can be viewed 24/7 from anywhere in the world, as long as you are logged into your Tramex Cloud account.
In your Project you can set parameters and alerts for each sensor and will receive notifications if any of the temperature and/or ambient relative humidity readings are outside of the set criteria.
Reports can be shared by email. Click the share button and enter the recipients email address to allow them to view the project data.