The Monsec system

The Monsec system consists of wireless sensors in the mesh, before the concrete is poured, which record the temperature and relative humidity of the material throughout the setting process at predetermined intervals.

The sensors send the records to the Monsec station, which is installed at the same time as the sensors. The station transmits the information via Wi-Fi network or data connection to the Monsec server in the cloud, where the data is processed and presented visually.

Monsec Sensors

Monsec Basic

Ultra-low power, high coverage, wireless sensor that measures the temperature and humidity of the concrete during the setting process, useful to know precisely the state of the concrete while it is setting. It is powered by a battery with a battery life of approximately 90 days and takes readings at predefined intervals.


Monsec FIL-EXT

Wireless battery-powered sensors that measure the temperature and humidity of the concrete through a measuring element connected by cable, with different lengths (up to 15m). This allows reaching greater depths according to the needs of the construction elements.

Monsec SMART

Like MONSEC BASIC, but based on an algorithm that calculates the concrete strength (Rc) according to ASTM C1074 standards. The automated collection of accurate data in real time facilitates decision making. It is powered by a battery with a battery life of approximately 90 days.

Monsec FIL-INT

Monsec sensor integrated in the concrete itself, includes an extension cable to measure temperature and humidity at depths of up to 3 m (10 ft). Battery powered for a lifetime of up to 90 days.

Monsec Stations

The data recorded by the Monsec sensors are sent to the Monsec station, which transmits the information via Wi-Fi network or data connection to the web application for processing and visualization.

Monsec Network Station

Station that receives via UHF radio connection the data measured by the Monsec sensors and transmits them to the cloud server as it receives them. Once in the cloud, these data will be graphically represented by the Monsec App. The station is connected to the network via a power supply.

Monsec battery station

The sensors transmit data to the station via UHF radio connection and these are sent to the cloud as the station receives them. In this way, the information can be viewed graphically in real time on the Monsec App. Versions with one or two batteries are available depending on the desired autonomy.

Monsec Solar Station

Station powered by batteries that are recharged by a photovoltaic plate. The station receives the data measured by the sensors via UHF radio connection. As they arrive, they are transmitted to the cloud where they are processed and displayed graphically in the Monsec App.

Data Loggers

Data logger 4G

4 /8 ports

Data logger Wi-FI

4 /8 ports

Data Logger Wi-Fi + 4G

4 /8 ports

The data logger monitors the evolution of the temperature and humidity of a massive concrete element at various depths.

The data logger performs simultaneous measurements of the 4 or 8 channels depending on the model with their respective probes every 15 minutes. The values are transmitted to a router via WiFi connection, this connection can reach between 50 to 400 m depending on the obstacles, being able to cover an area of up to 1 km.

For longer ranges or locations subject to multiple obstacles or interferences, do not hesitate to contact Witeklab for a detailed study of the radio links.

Plataforma Software Monsec

The MONSEC webAPP software allows the representation of the data measured by the different sensors, as well as monitoring other characteristics such as the state of the batteries, geolocation of the project, images of the project, and other references of each project. In this way a clear monitoring of the thermal evolution of the element to be monitored is achieved with the respective information associated to each project.

Automate concrete curing monitoring

With Monsec it couldn’t be easier. Contact us to find out how you can implement Monsec in your projects or ask us for a demonstration.

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