TME - Ethernet Thermometer with Web Server, SNMP and email Alarms

TME - Ethernet Thermometer with Web Server, SNMP and email Alarms
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Ethernet thermometer, single channel temperature alarm unit configured using a built-in web server. If the temperature exceeds specified high/low thresholds, an e-mail alert is sent. Measurement range from 55C to +125C. A direct text output of the temperature value in C (ASCII) also provided. Also supports TCP, UDP, HTTP (WEB), SMTP (e-mail), SOAP, Modbus TCP and SNMP protocols. The FREE Wix chart/data logging software is also available.

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  • Ethernet based Temperature Alarm unit
  • Measurement of temperatures raging from -55 °C to +125 °C; resolution 0.1°C
  • Data transfer via TCP/IP protocols (10/100 Ethernet)
  • WEB based Configuration.
  • Temperature sensor in the metal rod with IP68 coverage.
  • 5V DC powered – wall-plug PSU included.
  • Internal WEB page containing current temperature.
  • Mobile WEB/WAP page for mobile viewing.
  • Multiple TMEs’ temperatures can be displayed on a single WEB page.
  • Automatic e-mail alarms when pre-set thresholds are exceeded.
  • SNMP and MODBUS TCP protocols - simple to integrate with management or SCADA software
  • Automatic temperature sending via HTTP GET request.
  • Automatic temperature sending via HTTP POST in XML format.
  • Temperature and all settings easily accessible in XML format.
  • FREE Wix software for displaying values from TME (and other devices)
  • Windows Vista Sidebar Gadget available.
  • PHP application containing graphs with temperature development in a set period.
  • TME DLL library. (Including functionalsample and source code for C# .NET.)
  • Free sample application for .NET, to be used to collect data from temperature sensors and presenting them as graphs, WEB service and RSS feed.

TME is a simple temperature sensor with Ethernet interface. It measures temperatures ranging from -55°C to +125°C. Measured values can be read in several ways including internal WEB pages. The communication is realized via various TCP/IP protocols. Thanks to this it is possible to choose a method suitable for particular application. The temperature is sent in a simple ASCII format directly in degrees Celsius; there is no need of any additional conversion. It also enables communication with SNMP protocol (UDP) or sending an e-mail in case any of the pre-set limits is exceeded.

You can easily embed the temperature from TME to your WEB site using http GET. Measured temperature is also available in XML file or it can be sent as an http POST in XML format for further processing in a WEB service. (All temperature acquisition methods are on page 6.)

WEB page

It is possible to easy monitor the measured temperature and also to configure TME over the Intranet interface. The pages are secured by means of user name and password. It is possible to setup a separate password for the configuration and another one for the display of current values.

Temperature is displayed as text or as a graphical thermometer.

XML file

It is also possible to import all the values from TME in the XML file format. This format is easy to process by the application or to read by the web service.
WAP page for PDA of mobile phone

TME contains a simple WAP page with measured data. It is possible to open this page in a mobile phone, PDA or another mobile device. Thus the current status of the device can be viewed whenever needed.

Inserting the current values into the WEB sites (HTTP GET)

The TME enables you to periodically call a script (for example PHP or ASP) on a selected WEB server and to hand the measured values and other parameters over to the server in the form of HTTP GET parameter. Thus you can easily include the currently measured values directly into your WEB site.

Current values handing-over to the WEB service (HTTP POST, SOAP)

TME is also able to periodically send the measured data as HTTP POST in the format of XML SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol). This way is ideal for further processing of the measured values by the WEB service waiting in a server on the Internet or Intranet. This data in the XML format can be easily processed, e.g. in the.NET or PHP environment – there is no need to program any communication protocol, etc. The only thing than needs to be done is to process the delivered XML file.
SNMP protocol

The SNMP protocol is used in large companies for the centralized administration and monitoring of all hardware and technologies. TME is able to communicate via this protocol and, according to the setup, It sends SNMP traps when the pre-set critical limits are exceeded. It is also able to periodically send traps with current values.


TME is able to inform the user via email that the critical limits have been exceeded. (Thanks to services provided by operators it is possible to forward the e-mail easily to a mobile phone as an SMS message.)

TCP or UDP protocol

TME is also able to operate as the TCP client or TCP server or to communicate via UDP. An ASCII protocol is used by TME in these ways of communication. This way of communication is similar to the serial link communication.

MODBUS TCP protocol

TME is also able to communicate via the standard industry protocol of MODBUS TCP use by popular SCADA packages such as DAQFactory

Development Software

TME DLL library. (Including functional sample and source code for C# .NET.) Download >>

A demo program can be downloaded free of charge, showing how the temperature measurement works. You can also download free of charge its complete commented source code for Delphi 7. Download >>

Free sample application for .NET, to be used to collect data from temperature sensors and presenting them as graphs, WEB service and RSS feed.

Wix - FREE Powerful datalogging, charting and alarming sftware


  • Display of numeric values.
  • Viewing the colour column (ie bar graph) with colour according to the current value.
  • View the text of the current value.
  • View the chart - add several charts, add channels to a single chart
  • Datalogging - Save the history of measurement in a text file for further processing or evaluation.
  • Wix can monitor inputs against pre-set alarm limits;
    • Send alarm e-mail
    • Switching on output (relay) to Quido
    • Reset the counter (counter) input Quido
    • Send alarm text message by SMS (requires GSM MODEM)


User Manual >>

Ethernet Configurator >>

PHP Application >>

Thermometer Sidebar Gadget >>

MIB table for TME SNMP  >>

.NET Example >>

Software Drivers and Examples >>

Wix Software Download >>


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