Professionally engineered, SmartPID Controller is a high-tech product that facilitates temperature and process control. It comes programmed with a ton of functions and features that have otherwise been overlooked by the “thermostat” industry.
Because SmartPID Controller can control any thermos-regultated process, heating or cooling, it is the only controller of its kind that you need in your name. Throw out your old, clunky thermostat: the time for an upgrade is right now. You can also use SmartPID Controller to control any applications in your home, both locally and remotely.
Flexible and powerful, this is a device that can be adapted to any number of situation.
It is compatible with the Arduino ecosystem as well.
One of the unique smart features of the SmartPID Controller is its capability to store process log data and then make that data available either locally via USB interface or remotely via the cloud.
You can easily access your data from the web on a desktop, smartphone, or tablet, which is perfect in case of critical situations that involve alarms and triggers.
Plus, if your fridge goes into a block stage or your food dehydrator finishes its process, you can set up SmartPID to let you know.
We have developed a mobile app for Android in order to retrieve data from the cloud server and in turn visualize that data on a smartphone.
SmartPID pushes log data to a remote server so that the mobile app can retrieve it in a secure and encrypted way.
The smart app allows you to do the following:
-Login and authenticate user login on the server in order to access it in a secure way
-Display and visualize data via a dashboard so that the user can select a specific controller and data (filtered by date/time) and display the data in a graphic or tabular way
-Configure the device
You can configure all the unit parameters (HW set up, process parameter) via a web interface or mobile app and upload your configuration options on the device. Configuration options can then be stored on the server and used at any time.
You can also set a temperature threshold and get notifications by local alarm, email, or Twitter.