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Setting Up a Wifi Device

Last Updated: Aug 03, 2016 10:35AM EDT


Follow these steps to get your WiFi 350 connected to the internet and to sensor cloud.

1. Connect all sensor probes to the device and connect the device to power.  All lights come on then go off. This is normal.

2. Connect the device to your computer via Ethernet cable. Connect from the PC port
on the device to the Ethernet port of your computer. The lan light will come on.

3. Type into your browser window and you should see the
page bellow. If you are unable to connect to the page ensure that your PC is using DHCP and not a static IP. Check with your office's IT personnel if you are not sure if you're using a static IP. *Note your PC does not require internet access to connect to the device.

4. Choose your connection settings by selecting different options in the drop down menu. Then click 'Next' - this will attempt connection and save your settings. The internet light will turn on once the device is connected to the internet.
5. Connect to Sensor Cloud using one of two methods.

5a. Using an existing account. If you purchased a plan from us during check out you should have had credentials emailed to you. You can also sign up for a free trial here: Sensor Cloud Trial

Enter your username and password in the email and password boxes and click next.

5b. Create a free account (one device per free account limit). Type in your email and password and click next.
Once connected you will be redirected to myalertlist.com(Sensor Cloud). Click here for Sensor Cloud setup instructions: 1st Time Sensor Cloud Setup

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