Configure your MICA, download datasheets and tutorials to get the most out of your air quality data.
A low or unstable Wi-Fi signal may cause the data not to be constantly updated in My inBiot.
When the connection is re-established, the MICA will send all data without missing any measurements to the web platform, depending on its configured data upload rate. This is achieved because the MICA has a storage system for such situations.
The color of the LEDs will continue to indicate theCO2 concentration regardless of network failures, as the device will continue to measure even if no data is uploaded to the platform during that time.
Yes, from your My inBiot account, access the device on which you want to enable or disable the LED light. Then press the "OPTIONS" button in the upper right corner, where "Indicator light control" is indicated.
No, you can access the My inBiot platform from anywhere and view the data being recorded by the MICA regardless of the Wi-Fi network you are connected to.
No, this option has an annual or monthly cost and is enabled from within inBiot.
MICA will continue to operate during this Wi-Fi disconnection period and will save all measured data in a storage system. When the connection is re-established, all saved data will be uploaded to the My inBiot web platform.
The MICA light indicator shows the need to ventilate the space, based on continuous monitoring of CO₂ and TVOC. These two parameters are important in determining whether ventilation is adequate and sufficient to maintain a healthy and comfortable indoor environment.
Within the My inBiot account, access the device from which you want to download data and click on the "OPTIONS" button in the upper right corner. Select the "Download data" option from the drop-down menu. A form will appear in which you can select the parameters to download and the date ranges. The standard version of My inBiot allows you to download up to one month's data, while the Business account allows you to download an unlimited date range.
Business accounts also have a "MULTIPLE DOWNLOAD" option, which you will find on the My inBiot home screen, where all your MICAs are displayed. To do this, click on the "OPTIONS" button in the top right corner, and from the drop-down menu, choose "Multiple Download". From here you will be able to get the data from several devices at the same time, indicating the parameters and dates to download, limited to one week.
You can select the parameters and indicators to be displayed in the "sharable" section. There, all sharable content and display options for any MICA device are grouped in one place. You will be able to share access to the measurements of a MICA, generate full screen views to display in public places or automatically download IAQ Monitoring Certificates.
The MICA device should be installed at a recommended height of between 4 ft (1.20 - 2.00 m) from the finished floor, away from sources of heat or direct draughts and according to the specific requirements of the space.
- Place more than 6ft7in (2.00 m) from casement windows or interior doors used for natural ventilation.
- Place more than 6ft7in (2.00 m) from supply or extract air intakes.
No. The device does not have an IP67 rating required for outdoor measurements and the range of the sensors for indoor and outdoor measurement is different. If you use MICA outdoors, the measurements will not be accurate or representative and the device may be damaged.
A MICA can cover an area of between 540-1080 square feet (50-100 square metres), although the sizing varies depending on the layout of the space, the design and operation of the ventilation system or the occupancy itself.
Do not handle or use unofficial spare parts for repair or maintenance. Doing so will void the warranty of the device.
Do not expose the device to indoor environments with continuous relative humidity above 80%.
Ensure that no electrical current is flowing during installation or maintenance of wall-mounted equipment.
To reduce risk, always use the manufacturer's or service provider's personnel, or other qualified persons for installation and maintenance.
When you connect or configure the device for the first time, you will be able to see the temperature and humidity measurements, the rest of the sensors need to warm up and will start measuring after a few minutes.
Make sure that the device is out of direct sunlight and away from radiators or drafts that could affect the measurement.
Make sure that the device is not covered and has nothing on it that could affect the measurement.
TheCO2 sensor works under a self-calibration algorithm every 24h, 48h, 7 days or 15 days, and needs to be kept connected uninterruptedly during calibration.
During this period, the readings will fluctuate, so this information should be ignored. Once calibrated, your reading will be automatically adjusted and the measurements will become reliable.
If the calibration is interrupted (device shutdown, power failure or internal fluctuation), the process will restart from the beginning.
The flashing blue light indicates that the MICA device is in configuration mode. If disconnecting and reconnecting the device shows this status, the MICA needs to be reconfigured.
The green light indicates that the MICA has successfully connected to the Wi-Fi network. The next step is to add it to the My inBiot platform following the steps in the video tutorial.
The red light indicates that the device has not successfully connected to the Wi-Fi network. Repeat the configuration process and make sure that you do not have Firewall or security gateways on the network. In case you do, please contact our support team .
Check that the password entered corresponds to the password of your Wi-Fi network.
Make sure that you have correctly configured the device and entered the password for the linked Wi-Fi network.
Verify the device ID.
Make sure that you do not have firewall and gateway measures in place in the company. If you do, please contact our support team.
Make sure that the MICA is flashing blue (Access Point).
Make sure that you connect to the Wi-Fi network generated by the MICA device.
Enter 192.168.4.1 from the browser, in the URL. Do not use the browser widget to enter it.
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