The Check-in Interval sets the frequency a sensor connects to the facility's network and sends its logged readings to OneVue. Also, during each check-in any pending setting updates are downloaded to the sensor.
For example, a sensor's Logging Interval may be set to every hour and its Check-in Interval is set to every 8 hours. With this configuration, every 8 hours the sensor device checks-in to OneVue and each of its hourly logged readings are sent to OneVue.
If a Primex device is solely operating on battery power, the Check-In Interval frequency does impact its battery life. A Primex sensor has an estimated 18 months of battery life with an 8 hour Check-In Interval, adequate wireless signal strength, and use of high quality lithium-ion batteries.
If a check-in fails, all logged readings are stored in the sensor's non-volatile memory. A sensor device stores up to 4096 readings in its memory before it begins to overwrite the oldest reading.
Check-In Interval must be equal to or greater than its Logging Interval . The Logging Interval sets the frequency readings are stored and logged in the non-volatile memory of the device.
Go to Monitoring > Monitored Assets.
From the list, select the Name link of the Monitored Asset. Its profile is displayed.
From the sensor type section, select the type of sensor (its assigned sensor). The sensor profile is displayed.
Select the Gateway ID link of the sensor. The sensor gateway profile is displayed.
Select Show Advanced Options.
From the Check-In Interval drop-down menu, select the frequency logged readings are to be transmitted to OneVue.
The Update Pending status is set to Yes when a setting change is scheduled to be downloaded to the device during its next check-in to OneVue. Setting changes take effect when downloaded to the device. Once downloaded, its Updating Pending status is set to No.