***The chart below is from our legacy Android app. We recommend you and your teams use dedicated sensors hubs, like WiFi or GSM sensor hubs for your Industrial IoT, remote monitoring, telemetry, and sensor deployments. Dedicated sensor hubs are more reliable, power-efficient, readily available, cost-effective, and flexible than Android phones or tablets.
You can use Valarm Industrial IoT sensor solutions with any sensor hub:
Valarm sensor measurements are GPS-tagged, time-stamped, and sent to Valarm Tools Cloud /Tools.Valarm.net via any internet connectivity like WiFi, ethernet, or cell network. With Valarm Tools Cloudyou’ll find services for mapping, graphing, and APIs to help you with your real-time, geo-enabled sensor monitoring and Industrial IoT solutions.
Have a look at our Customer Stories page for stories, use cases, remote monitoring, telemetry, + Valarm Industrial IoT applications.
Also see how your organization can use Industrial IoT sensor devices with Web Dashboards for Remote Monitoring, Telemetry, M2M, and Other Measurements.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us at Info@Valarm.net if you need help with deploying an Industrial IoT application or have any questions.
Your Industrial IoT sensor devices and kits are available at Shop.Valarm.net.
***From our legacy Android app – we recommend you use dedicated sensor hub hardware since it’s more reliable, cost-effective, readily available, and flexible than an Android phone or other device. We tested the Valarm Android app on a variety of devices and this page has our thoughts on the devices we’ve used.
Battery life and display are important for Valarm, and of course the sensors: GPS, accelerometer, ambient light, audio, external USB (CO2, VOCs, temperature, humidity, water detection, barometric pressure, flood detection and water level monitoring systems, switches, force-resistive sensors), and so on!
Mic / Audio
|Sony Xperia U ST25i|
|Samsung T499 / T-Mobile Dart|
|Huawei U8150 / T-Mobile Comet|
|Samsung Exhibit II 4G|
|Samsung Galaxy SIII|
|LG Optimus T|
|HTC One V|
|Google/LG Nexus 4|
|Google/Asus Nexus 7|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1|
|HTC Flyer 7|
|AGPTek 7″ 4.0|
|Samsung Droid Charge|
These reviews and comments are our own opinions from our own experiences and your results may be different!