The Process Instruments CRIUS® controller can provide as an option, remote access via LAN or GPRS modem.
- provides two way communications allowing not just the downloading of data but the uploading of new settings, setpoints, PID controls, etc.
- provide peer to peer communication so the controller talks directly to the internet, there is no web site in the middle to have to log on to.
- email alarms and daily emails can be sent to an unlimited number of email addresses. The daily email has the previous 24 hours data attached so you need never download data again, it just arrives in your inbox.
In order for you to try the remote access capabilities of the CRIUS® controller, Pi has set up an instrument in our facility in Burnley, Lancashire, UK. This can be set up as various analysers including a Residual Chlorine Analyser, a Swimming Pool Controller or pH Analyser depending on what else it is being used for. If you wish to see a particular configuration then please contact one of our sales people who will arrange for the unit to be reconfigured.
Clicking the link below will take you to the login portal:
Note that these analysers are being accessed via the phone network and the signal strength may vary. Also it is only possible for one person to connect to the analyser at one time, so if you are having problems wait a while before trying again as someone else might be using the unit.
After you have connected you will be prompted for an email and password, enter the email “[email protected]” and the password “12345678”.
Best results will be achieved if you only click on one button at a time and wait for the page to finish downloading before clicking a button. Please feel free to navigate around the instrument (don’t forget that this is the actual instrument that you are connected to, not a web page simulation).
The unit is periodically reset so any data on it will not be kept, however it is advisable to remove any phone numbers or email addresses that you might enter during your testing when you have finished.
Please note that remote access is not compatible with Internet Explorer.