AR407 Wireless Monitoring System Base Station Receiver

AR407 Wireless Monitoring System Base Station Receiver
AR407 Wireless Monitoring System Base Station ReceiverAR407 Wireless Monitoring System Base Station ReceiverAR407 Wireless Monitoring System Base Station Receiver
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The AR407 base station receiver can display readings on the colour LCD display in tabular, meter or chart displays from AR43X wireless sensors. The AR407 can log the data to internal memory or an external USB memory stick and can generate alarms to switch on sirens or lamps. The AR407 has an Ethernet interface with web-server so alarms can also generate a email alert and users can monitor the system from any web-enabled device such as PC, tablet or smartphone.

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  • data presentation and recording from up to 16 measuring channels, connected to devices such as:
    • wireless sensors of AR43x series
    • any device with RS485 interface using MODBUS-RTU protocol
    • one wired temperature probe (AR182 or AR183)
  • radio transmission in ISM 868MHz band, range up to 200 m in open space (or 400 m) - depending on the local radio propagation conditions: type and thickness of walls, doors, etc.
  • radio range can be increased to up to 400 m by activating sensor re-transmission  function (the re-transmission requires config via the USB port, the network may include up to 3 re-transmitters)
  • 7 radio channels allowing the independent operation of 7 neighbouring AR407 sets with sensors
  • 4 alarm control outputs
    • relay for switch of remote alarms, sirens
    • built-in audible alarm
    • e-mail notification
  • record data in a standard CSV text file format in internal memory (4GB) or an USB memory stick,
  • edit data in spreadsheet software, e.g. Microsoft Excel or OpenOffice Calc
  • Interfaces:
    • USB (for working with PC and USB flash drives),
    • RS485 (MODBUS-RTU, Master, Slave)
    • Ethernet (TCP/IP: MODBUS-TCP, HTTP server, SMTP client, DHCP, ICMP, DDNS client, etc.)
  • built-in web-server showing information about active measurement channels, time, status of the alarms, recording, etc., with the possibility to show diagrams using the Google Chart API service (diagrams require constant Internet access), see more÷
  • DDNS service to allow access over the Internet to a controller connected to a network that has no fixed public IP address, through a friendly Internet address defined by the user; the service is available only for registered users of popular DDNS services, such as DynDNS (, No-IP (, and DNS-O-Matic (
  • option of transferring archive data and configuration data to a USB memory or using the USB port of a computer, or via Ethernet;
  • colour LCD TFT graphic display 320x240 dots (QVGA), with a touch screen, brightness adjustment, and programmable background colour for individual measurement channels
  • graphic and text methods of presenting the measured values (numerical values, bar graph, counter, graph);
  • grouping of measurement channels to be displayed, with automatic formatting of the screen
  • programmable "F" button for quick selection of one of the available functions: start/stop of recording, copying or moving archives to a USB memory, blocking of alarms or the touch screen and the keypad, device status and internet services;
  • a broad selection of recording start methods (continuous, limited by date and time, periodic daily, above or below the permission threshold related to any measurement channel);
  • internal real time clock with a battery backup power supply (up to 8 years of continuous operation);
  • free software provided for displaying recorded results as graphics or text (ARsoft-LOG) and for configuring the parameters (ARsoft-CFG)
  • programmable sensors, indication ranges, names of measurement channels and groups, options of recording, alarms, display, communication, access and other configuration parameters
  • access to configuration parameters protected by a user password or no password required
  • methods for configuring parameters:
    • via membrane keyboard and a touch screen located on the front panel
    • via USB, RS485 or Ethernet and freeware ARsoft-CFG (7/8/10) or user application, MODBUS-RTU and MODBUS-TCP communication protocols
    • from configuration files saved in the USB memory or on a computer disk;
  • available protection of measurement data against unauthorized modification (check sum)
  • recording of data until the memory is full (4GB is enough for at least 300 days of continuous operation with recording of 16 channels every 1s)
  • simultaneous recording of data from all active measurement channels;
  • housing for panel mounting, IP30 from the front
  • compatibility with R&TTE Directive (99/5/EC) and high immunity to interference
  • option of independent software update for the recorder from USB memory;
  • power supply: 230VAC network (85÷260 Vac) / 6VA
  • rated operational conditions: 0-50°C



ARsoft-CFG application allows you to configure and readout current measurements carried out by AR series devices (controllers, meters, transducers, recorders, etc.) equipped with communication interface RS232, RS485, USB or Ethernet.

The application has the following features:

  • visualization of all available measurements for the selected type of device
  • fast, on-line editing of device parameters
  • window for configuring parameters includes textual descriptions of parameters and their range of variation
  • reading and recording device configuration with an option of text edition of the created file.

Hardware requirements:

  • Operating System: Windows 7/8/10
  • depending on the type of communication interface of the device connected:- COM port RS232 or RS485 (it is also possible to use converter from USB to RS232/RS485)- USB port- Ethernet network card


Free software for archiving and graphical presentation of measurement data.

  • import of measurements recorded by APAR recorders from CSV text files
  • creating reports based on archived data
  • import options:
    • option of verifying the checksum enabling user to detect modifications to the original file with measurements
    • automatic equipment identification (device ID) - for imported file source
  • reporting options:
    • preparing reports for any device and selected time periods
    • option of marking the alarm thresholds on generated charts
    • exporting reports to CSV text files and graphic PNG and WMF files
    • printout of graphical reports.
  • hardware requirements:
    • Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7/8/10
    • Processor and RAM in accordance with the recommendation of the manufacturer of the operating system
    • Recommended minimum screen resolution: 1024x768


User Manual >>

ARsoft-CFG  Software >>

ARsoft-LOG Data Software >>