Ok… my wireless tag kit just came. Initial impression… WAY COOL!
Devices seem very well made. Manager is smaller than a pack of smokes, tags are smaller than a standard matchbook. Tags can be calibrated for motion sensitivity, temperature, and humidity. I am currently calibrating them to my Venstar thermostat.
There are a myriad of settings (all of which I have not fully explored), such as re-arming motion from 10 seconds to 30 minutes (or not at all, requiring manual re-arming), and device updating for temperature and humidity.
Event logs and stat tracking is available for temperature, moisture/RH, motion/door, and battery voltage, with graphs sharable to others via a web page and the iOS app (and even FaceBook [yawn]), and even an iFrame for current values… and the data is exportable via CSV.
Range is very good. I think this will be my mailbox notification system as it is about 100 ft away (and face it, the tags are cheap). So far, event latency seems to be on pair with SmartThings.
The URL calling feature seems pretty darn robust, can execute GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE, and there is a per url setting for LAN based calls from the tag manager, or WAN based through their servers (SWEET). There are a number of variables that can be merged into the URL as well via an integer in curly braces. Enclosed is a picture of the URL caller (love the “Apply to All Tags” option)…