Xtra Seal Smart Sensor Programming

The sensors used in manufacturing and biotechnology industries like in self-checkouts or refrigerators are simple ON-OFF or input switches. However, they are vulnerable to harsh chemicals and are prone to be user error factors that lead to unnecessary downtime. This sensor programming helps minimise downtimes by performing safe procedures only after variety of factors have met preset standards.

xtra seal smart sensor programming

We are excited to announce that our new xtra seal smart sensor programming is now available. Our new programming allows you to customize your sensors and receive notifications when specific thresholds are reached. This enables you to better monitor your seals and ensure optimal health. With this new technology, you can also program your sensors to send alerts if they detect a leak or spill. xtra seal tooling has made it easy for you to install the sensors and customize your settings. We offer a variety of programming options, so you can find the perfect fit for your business. Contact us today to learn more about our xtra seal smart sensor programming!

The Trigger Principle

An extra seal smart sensor can be programmed to activate a Siren or Horn when it detects water flowing over the obstruction. For example, if there is a leak in the roof, the sensor can activate the siren or horn to notify you of the problem.

Creating the Loop

In this blog section, we’ll be covering how to create a basic loop using the XTRA Seal smart sensor. The loop will allow you to detect whether or not a door has been opened, and then take appropriate action. To get started, first download the XTRA Seal app from the App Store or Google Play Store. Once you have the app installed, open it and click on the “Tools” tab. From here, select “Sensor Settings.” You’ll see a list of all of your installed XTRA Seals. Select the “Smart Sensor” from this list and click on the “Settings” button next to it. From here, you’ll be able to configure your smart sensor’s settings. The first thing you’ll need to do is set your sensor’s polling frequency (in seconds). This is the time interval between sensor readings. You can either set it to a specific value or let it AUTOMATICALLY polling at a frequency of 1 second. Next, you’ll need to define your threshold values. These are the conditions that will trigger an action in your loop (for example, opening the door). By default, the threshold values are set to OFF (no action will