Leave Bluetooth range while connected gauges are logging

Leave Bluetooth range while connected gauges are logging

The FieldLab Mobile app allows you to remote control logging on Bluetooth-enabled Ralston Gauges, monitor live readings, and harvest test data while within Bluetooth range, which is around 328 feet (100 meters) max. 

If you take your mobile device out of range while a gauge is logging, the Field Gauge will continue to log data at the interval you set for as long as it has battery power and until the memory is full. 

When you return your mobile device to within Bluetooth range of the gauge and want to reconnect:
  1. Select the Scan button on the Devices Screen.
  2. When your gauge appears on the screen, select Connect.

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