Celsiview

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Access to current values at any time

Celsiview is a web-based cloud service. This means you don’t need to install any software or download an app. You just use your mobile, tablet or computer browser to view and manage measurements of temperature, humidity, radon, differential pressure, carbon dioxide and concrete strength, etc.

The cloud service belongs to the Celsicom metering system, which consists of a growing range of directly connected meter boxes. You set how often each box should measure and send data to the cloud. The factory setting is logging every five minutes and broadcasting every three hours. All measurement data is stored for as long as you have a subscription with us. Just as easily, you set limits and receive automatic alerts via email or optional text message if these values are exceeded or undercut.

Some of many smart features

  • Automatic weekly reports
  • Graph compares measurement data with set levels
  • Sharing folders/measurement sites with measurement data
  • Instruction manuals for all measuring systems
  • Smart quick search function
  • Automatic limit value alarms (SMS/email)
  • Site maps for own drawings with logs

Check out the demo of Celsiview

You’ll be up and running before you can say “live temperature monitoring”.

After these four simple steps, the measurement data is collected and sent to Celsiview.

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1. If you do not already have an account, you need to create one and then log in.

Scan QR code in Celsiview

2. Remove the snap-on cover and scan the QR code on the side of the box.

Add boxes to cart

3. Add your measurement box to the shopping cart.

Making purchases in Celsiview

4. Open the shopping cart and pay for the cloud service (€22-34 per month/box). Done!

Quick and clear visual overview.

After logging in to the home page, you can add favorite items, called widgets. This can be, for example, values for current moisture measurements or concrete castings, other optional measurement sites or a site map that graphically shows measurement values on a drawing. This gives you a quick overview of your measurement objects on the home page.

Celsiview offers a variety of ready-made concrete recipes to choose from. If your recipe is not included in the standard recipes, you can easily add your own recipe based on pressure-tested concrete cubes.

Celsiview, curve fitting
Celsiview carbon dioxide levels

Keeping track of carbon dioxide levels is important. We perform less well and the risk of accidents increases as levels rise. This shows carbon dioxide levels over a period of time. Clear color markers in the graph show when the set levels have been passed. All measured values can be easily exported as PDF or Excel.

For example, measuring differential pressure can give you early indications that an air filter is becoming clogged and you need to take preventive measures to minimize the risk of downtime. The graph shows the differential pressure in a ventilator with night-time reduction of the ventilation.

Celsiview differential pressure
Celsiview radon

Long-term exposure to the radioactive gas radon increases the risk of developing lung cancer. The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority estimates that radon in homes causes around 500 cases of lung cancer per year in Sweden. Set a limit value in the cloud service and you will receive an automatic text message/email if the value is exceeded.

In 2021, 40,665 water damages were reported in Sweden. Celsicom’s connected concrete moisture sensor makes it easy for you to follow dehydration progress remotely. The cloud service notifies you when set moisture levels have been reached and work can begin on restoring surfaces, etc.

Celsiview dehydration

Check out the demo of Celsiview

Take a few minutes to click through a demo that allows you to explore all the features of our intuitive and smart cloud service.

Celsiview on tablets