The EnviroAlert Professional® Gateway (“EAPro®-Gateway”) an on-premise monitoring console, is part of the Winland Critical-Environment Monitoring Solution. When integrated into a security system, or used as a stand-alone solution, the EAPro®-Gateway provides real-time monitoring and alerting of up to 34 zones impacting environment-dependent assets such as temperature, humidity, water, and gases. As part of the cloud-based solution, the EAPro®-Gateway and all associated wired and wireless sensors can be managed remotely from INSIGHT. The EAPro®-Gateway requires a fee-based subscription to INSIGHT if you want to receive email/text message alerts, reporting and the ability to configure online.
The EAPro®-Gateway may be used with or without INSIGHT and integrated into an alarm panel via the relay outputs for each zone being monitored.
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- Monitor up to 34 sensors (up to 30 wireless, up to 4 wired)
- Flexible application options through the use of wired and wireless sensors
- Remote visibility and device management through web-based application called INSIGHT
- Monitoring capabilities include: temperature, humidity, water, gases, and pressure
- Console accommodates 4-20mA and 0-5V sensors for additional application options
- 4 programmable relays, with an optional aux relay
Unit won't power on.
- Verify the dip switch located next to the power input terminal is in the UP position.
- Polarity does matter when connecting to power input, verify correct polarity.
- Power requirements is 11-26 VDC @ 1A.
- Device can be powered as well over PoE.
- Note battery pack is not required for the device to power up but is utilized as a battery backup. Verify battery is plugged into J19.
Network connectivity Issue
1. Verify the dip switch for the network medium you are utilizing is on.
• With the board oriented with the battery pack on the right, Network dip switch is located to the right of input 1 on the board.
• Dip switch 1 corresponds to WiFi. If using make sure switch is pushed to the right.
• Dip switch 2 corresponds to Ethernet. If using make sure switch is pushed to the right.
2. Verify DHCP is enabled
• Go to Main Menu > Network > edit ethernet/edit Wi-Fi > DHCP : Hit the drop down and select enable.
3. Verify you can ping the cloud.
• Go to Main > Menu > Network > Cloud > Hit test.
Temperature reading is wrong
1. Verify correct sensor was selected in programming.
• Main Menu > Sensors > View Sensor > Select Zone > View Type
• If the listed sensor type is different than the one tied in the corresponding input; delete sensor and re-add.
2. Does temperature reading indicate maximum when temperature is actually less.
• This suggests a short on the sensor cable. Verify there is no short.
• If there is a short replace damaged cable.
3. Does temperature reading indicate minimum when temperature is actually greater.
• This suggests that there is an open on the sensor cable.
• Verify sensor cable is connected to the correct header pins.
• Make sure any splices are good.