Below are the specifications of an environment in which MODsense One has been tested to work without problems. Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your individual solution, potentially differing from this specification.

Hardware Requirements

Mobile device to read out the loggers via Bluetooth with:

  • Android 9 or higher
  • iOS 13+ (6s or higher)

Optional supported hardware:

  • Near Field Communication (NFC) Reader. See list of supported devices below.

Contact us to get more information about integrating MODsense One into your preferred handheld device such as a Honeywell CN51.

Software Requirements

Supported NFC Readers

In order for your NFC reader to work with the MODsense One Commissioning Application it needs to support the following features.

Please check with your supplier.

The following devices have been tested to work with MODsense One:

We recommend using the ACR1252U USB NFC reader.

Warning: Please do not use the device ACR122U by Advanced Card Systems Ltd.. The device is known to cause issues in certain scenarios.

Supported Barcode Scanners

In order for your barcode scanner to work with the MODsense One Commissioning Application it needs to support the following features:

  • Keyboard Emulation: The scanner must be able to enter text in any Windows program by registering as a keyboard
  • Supports reading QR Codes 
  • Supports reading Barcode 128

Please check with your supplier.

We recommend using a Datalogic QD2430 hand-held scanner configured to factory defaults and we recommend configuring the Windows keyboard language to English US.

Supported Web Browser Versions

We are validating our applications against the latest versions of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Edge. While there should not be any issues with older versions, we strongly encourage you to keep your browser updated.

If you encounter any problems using the MODsense One Dashboard, try switching to one of the officially supported web browsers.

Please note that Microsoft Internet Explorer is not fully supported.