Application for signal conditioners
Jumpflex-ToGo by Wago is a signal conditioner that can configure input/output parameters and is compatible with nine devices including thermocouple and RTD devices.
Wago's free Jumpflex-ToGo Application brings powerful PC-based Signal Conditioner configuration and visualization to Android devices. Available as an instant download on Google Play, Jumplex-ToGo supports increasingly mobile workforces. With the swipe of a finger, the app configures input/output parameters. It also displays signal conditioner settings, process and configuration data, as well as actual measurement values.
To use the app, insert a Wago 750-921 Bluetooth Adapter into a Jumpflex Signal Conditioner. Then pair with a Bluetooth-equipped Android smartphone or tablet (V 2.3 or higher); the app will automatically detect the Jumpflex device employed. Users can save configuration data to an SD Card (if Android device is equipped) for easy data transfer to identical Jumpflex devices. The app is compatible with nine devices from Jumpflex mV Signal Conditioners to thermocouple and RTD devices.
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