Measuring Made Easy
RuuviTag Pro is a rugged IP certified environmental sensor for temperature, humidity and acceleration monitoring. The Pro is based on RuuviTag’s successful concept and additionally brings several new outstanding features to the table. RuuviTag Pro is the toughest open source sensor on the market.
The RuuviTag Pro is similar to the RuuviTag, but it has a few additional features (although it does NOT have air pressure monitoring…if you need air pressure monitoring choose the RuuviTag). RuuviTag Pro is an IP67 (tolerates only temporary wet conditions) weatherproof, wireless Bluetooth sensor node that measures temperature, air humidity, and movement. You can read live measurements and history data directly on your smartphone using Ruuvi’s mobile app for Android and iOS.
Use your imagination and measure almost anything at your home, at work, in your hobbies.
RuuviTag Pro has several new features such as:
High accuracy temperature sensor
Wide operating temperature range
IP67, IP68 and IP69K certifications
Optional expansion port
Sensor configuration depends on the model
RuuviTag Pro doesn’t have air pressure sensor (if you need air pressure please choose the RuuviTag)
RuuviTag Pro’s casing and electronics are designed to operate without interruption in a wide range of temperatures -40 t0 +185F. Maintenance is minimal because the included Ruuvi CR2477T wide temperature battery lasts up to 2 years.
RuuviTag Pro has an extremely accurate temperature sensor on board. The sensor is designed to meet ASTM E1112 and ISO 80601 requirements for electronic patient thermometers.
Measurement resolution is .01 °F, while absolute accuracy is astounding at ±.1 °F across the temperature range of –4 to +122 °F, with no calibration.
The sensor units are 100% tested on a production setup that is NIST traceable and verified with equipment that is calibrated to ISO/IEC 17025 accredited standards.
RuuviTag knows exactly when it’s moved. Known when the postman opened your mailbox outside and get notified if someone visited your hotel room while you were gone.
Please keep in mind that Bluetooth signals are strongly attenuated in the water and range will be significantly reduced. Ruuvi sensors can then be used in narrow water if you want to maintain connection (for example pool or jacuzzi). If you want to measure deeper, you can attach the RuuviTag Pro to a string and take it back to the surface when you want to download the data history.
Pairs with a Victron Energy Cerbo GX
This product is a great way to add this type of data to your Victron Cerbo GX system. Check out this Victron Energy tech talk where they discuss this. Importantly, you’ll need to have Venus OS v2.80 or later running on your Cerbo GX. Also, the integrated Bluetooth connectivity on the Cerbo GX is not strong enough to support the Ruuvitag Pro so they recommend that you add a third-party USB to Bluetooth adapter. Below is a list of these that have been tested by Victron Energy to work well. These are all in the $10 range.
- Logilink BT0037
- TP-Link UB400(UN) – this is the one we used
- Ewent EW1085R4
- Laird BT820
- Laird BT851
See the Product Technical Specs HERE.
Warranty Information HERE.