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Welcome to F2170 Reports Concrete RH Risk Mitigation!

The ASTM F2170 standard for measuring relative humidity (RH) in concrete slabs requires a host of items be adhered to in order to ensure a proper RH measurement process has been performed. Flooring failures due to improper risk analysis and mitigation can lead to millions of dollars in unnecessary costs, and continues to plague those who perform inadequate testing, many times because of not conforming to the F2170 standard procedures and requirements.

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xxRapidRH Smart Reader VS4 - Report Generation | 24 Apr 18

10:04:51 by lauren.goldman | Views: 2871 | Comments: 1

I recently got the Rapid RH Smart Reader VS4 and I am trying to print a report but the app on my IPad will only let me get the most recent numbers. I tried generating a report on but it is telling me that there is no data. How do I get the historical report with all of the readings on it and how do I get my online account to link with my IPad account?...

xxIs anyone using the Bluetooth Reader? | 14 Mar 18

10:32:22 by ArchFloors - Zach | Views: 4137 | Comments: 3

I just started using the Bluetooth Reader from Wagner and think it is and could be a great tool!

There are a few suggestion I would like to throw out there...

1. Sensor Map Background
a. This really needs to be high resolution - I'm trying to upload a 32" x 40" PDF Floor Plan and it cuts off on the sides and the resolution starts to get bad when you zoom in. We are placing probes across a 70,000 SF floor plan and without the ability to zoom into areas where you place a sensor then it get very limited.
b. Accept PDF format as a uploadable file type. Everything in construction is run off PDF

2. Can this be made shareable across devices? (ie.. one login between multiple users but sharing data) I have 6 crews that work for me and i can't upload individually into each phone the information I need them to have. if i could set a project up on my device and they were able to login and access that project it would be VERY efficient. Maybe an Admin (Project Manager - can modify the project) and User (Reader - Take readings and send reports) type setup.
3. A desktop version? - This is in addition to #2 but basically a desktop version were we can create a project on a computer and have that link to a phone in the field. Also, be able to place sensor on the computer.

I'm pushing this device here at our office in Houston and working with our local supplier (PFS) to get everyone set up but these items are big limitations for what we could use this for.


questionDifficulty making contact with the bluetooth reader | 21 Aug 17

08:15:28 by NITerrazzo | Views: 5007 | Comments: 1

I have been using the bluetooth reader to pull the info from the probes onto my iPad and sometimes I have trouble getting the reader to make contact with the probe and it takes several attempts to get the reading to pop up on the iPad. This can be especially obnoxious when you get into thicker slabs like the 8" slab I read this morning. Has anyone else seen this same issue? If so, do you have any tips or suggestions on how to remedy this?


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