Meet the future with INOR
INOR is introducing a completely new way of configuring and monitoring your transmitter without power supply and wiring. Connect your smartphone/ tablet to your transmitter via NFC® or Bluetooth® and configure it through the new app: INOR Connect. Thanks to the wireless communication, the transmitter can remain installed in the process.
Configuration of a transmitter has never been easier and more convenient!
Wireless communication with INOR Connect
With the intuitive and easy-to-use interface in the app, the work becomes a pleasure. INOR Connect offers the same great configuration capabilities as the ConSoft software but with an even more user-friendly interface.
In addition to the user-friendly interface, INOR Connect also offers automatic updates. This means that you will always have the latest features available.
We have also added quick links to each product page if you need extra information about the transmitter. INOR Connect is available for Android and iOS.
Download INOR Connect:
Remote configuration and monitoring via Bluetooth®
With ICON-BT you can configure and monitor the transmitter while it is still mounted in the process. Simply plug in your ICON-BT to the USB connector on the transmitter and connect with your smartphone. Thanks to the extended range that Bluetooth offers you can communicate with the transmitter remotely.
Great tool for service and maintenance
The wireless concept is a great tool for people working with service and maintenance as it provides a quick health check of your process. The live monitoring and diagnostics in the INOR Connect app makes it possible to follow the process temperature in real time.
In the app you can also see the ambient temperature and supply voltage the transmitter has been exposed to. This allows you to detect peaks that could damage the process control.
Monitor and configure your transmitter even in the tightest mounting locations.
Copy and save time!
The great benefit of NFC® is the smooth and fast communication between the transmitter and the smartphone without any cables. INOR has taken advantage of that by creating a new function that makes it possible to copy and paste a configuration to as many transmitters as you like without making any changes and it only takes seconds.
INOR Goes Wireless
Next generation of transmitters with wireless communication
IPAQ 530 – Universal HART-transmitter with wireless communication
IPAQ 530 is a modern, HART® temperature transmitter developed to meet the highest standards of accuracy and reliability. It is fully compatible with HART® 7 and offers extended diagnostic information (for example device error, sensor and wiring conditions).
IPAQ 330 – Universal transmitter with wireless communication
IPAQ 330 is a modern temperature transmitter developed to meet the highest requirements on flexibility, accuracy and reliability. IPAQ 330 is available with ATEX, IECEx and cFMus certifications, making it a safe choice for a wide range of applications.
With what smartphones can I run the app INOR Connect?
The app works with smartphones that support Android 4.4 or Apple iOS 7 / iPhone 5 or newer.
The NFC functionality is not available for iOS since Apple has restricted the NFC technology in their smartphones. For full functionality, we recommend a smartphone / tablet with Android.
What does the INOR Connect app cost?
INOR Connect is free to download and use. The app is available in Google Play Store and App Store.
I forgot the password to my transmitter. How can I unlock it?
If you forget the password, the unit can only be reset at the factory.
If this has happened to you, please send your device to INOR’s support team.
How safe is it to communicate with the transmitter via Bluetooth® and NFC®?
The communication is very secure. By using the built-in password protection, unauthorized persons are prevented from accessing or changing information stored in the transmitter.
How long is the range for Bluetooth®?
The range of Bluetooth® depends on a number of factors such as: other signals in the environment and if there is something that shields the signal between the ICON-BT modem and your smartphone. Generally, the range is between 5-50 meters.
How long is the range for NFC®?
NFC® (near field communication) works best when it is 2 cm or less between the two devices. This means that NFC® is especially suitable for reading and configuring the transmitter before mounting in the field.
How long does the battery in the ICON-BT modem last?
The battery life depends on how you use the ICON-BT modem and how often you use it. With regular configuration, the battery will last longer compared to continuous monitoring of the transmitter. Should the battery run out, you can easily switch to new ones by opening the cover on the back of the modem. Two AAA batteries are required.
How do I know if my IPAQ 330 supports wireless communication?
By looking at the article number of the product you can see which version it is. The article number of the first version ends with 0 and the second version ends with 2. The difference between version 1 and 2 is that version 2 supports wireless communication via NFC® and Bluetooth®.