How Is the Data Transmitted?
Follow the Real-Time Drying Process From Anywhere
install the CMP5000 Humidity probe at the desired position.
The humidity and temperature readings are available in the web portal and the concrete drying process can be followed in real-time from anywhere.
Rugged Concrete Sensors
Use the Gaia 220 together with the CMP5000 probe to monitor relative humidity and temperature inside a structure.
The Gaia 220 transmitter is designed to withstand rough environments and the humidity probe convinces with accurate long-term reading thanks to the integrated Anti-Drift-System. The transmitter can be reused again and again and the CMP5000 probe can be either embedded or installed using the borehole method.
Gain Insights Into Drying Process
Just log in to the web platform and follow the concrete curing data from your smartphone or computer. The clear software structure makes it easy to keep the overview of the relative humidity and temperature status in the monitoring positions. Set customizable alarms to always to be updated in real-time when the required target has been reached to adjust the project schedule based on real-time data. Automatic documentation of the data makes it a great digitalization tool.
How It Works?
Easy Plug & Play
Secure industry-standard thermocouple with cable ties at the desired monitoring position at the rebar.
Connect the probe with the Gaia 220 and the device starts measuring the relative humidity and temperature indicating with the blinking LED.
Follow the data in the software from smartphone, computer or tablet with internet. Set up alarms and keep updated on the drying process.