TempAlert Support

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Getting Started

  • Setting Up a Wifi Device

    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 ...

    Aug 03, 2016 10:35AM EDT
  • WiFi 350 LED Reference Guide

    The following table explains each LEDs on the WiFi 350. WiFi 350 LED Reference Table LED Meaning LAN Device is connected to computer’s Ethernet port. internet Device is connected to the internet. Checks by pinging myalertlist.com even when not using Sensor Cloud activity Flashes for 5...

    Aug 03, 2016 10:45AM EDT
  • Sending Alerts to Multiple Email Addresses

    Here is a brief overview on how to send alerts to multiple email addresses when using the WiFi Developer mode ( Steps: After opening the developer mode console, navigate to the "Mail Settings" Tab. Once you have finished entering the information for your mail server, click on t...

    Aug 03, 2016 10:45AM EDT
  • WiFi Sensor Cloud Plans

    When you set up your WiFi device you have a couple of plans to choose from. Depending on your needs, each plan has different constraints that may impact the flow of your data or the number of alerts you're able to receive. For more information on the Wifi plans, please visit our Sensor Cloud page. ...

    Aug 09, 2016 10:55AM EDT
  • Setting Up/Changing Network Settings on a WiFi Device

    Overview This guide provides a walkthrough on how to change the Network Settings between both a LAN and WiFi connection. In order to make this change users will need to access the Developer Mode Console ( on the WiFi device. Steps Connect the WiFi device to your computer with an ethe...

    Aug 03, 2016 11:21AM EDT
  • New Security Enhancements for the WiFi 350

    Firmware v8.13 provides important security enhancements, helping to ensure your monitoring environment is in compliance with best practices. SSH is now disabled, and the device's built in interface can no longer be accessed remotely via it's IP address. The device UI will still be accessible, but on...

    Feb 15, 2017 10:23AM EST
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