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Rooty CliMate Application pour Smartphone Jaune
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CliMate mesure et enregistre localement le taux d’humidité, la température ambiante et l’indice UV. L’historique de l’ensemble des mesures est consultable sous forme de graphiques, par jour, par semaine, par mois, sur l’application mobile. Il est possible de jumeler plusieurs CliMates à une même application pour pouvoir surveiller l’environnement de plusieurs endroits en même temps. L’application CliMate permet de programmer des alertes d’humidité, de température et d’UV pour prévenir et protéger son environnement et ses habitants. L’application indique le temps maximum d’exposition au soleil conseillé en fonction du type de peau, de l’indice de protection solaire appliqué et de l’indice UV mesuré localement. Une alarme retentit lorsque ce délai est dépassé afin d’éviter les coups de soleil. CliMate inclut d’autres fonctions utiles comme déclencher à distance une photo depuis le Smartphone, ou encore être alerté sur son Smartphone lorsque CliMate est égaré. CliMate peut se transporter partout grâce à ses dimensions réduites et sa légèreté. Autonomie de la batterie de 6 mois. La pile bouton est remplaçable. L'application CliMate est disponible sur App Store et Google Play.
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Functionality: The Rooti CliMate is designed to be a sort of FitBit for your environment, tracking your surroundings' temperature, humidity, and ultraviolet exposure. You'll generally know if you're hot and humid, so the only sensor that I find provides valuable information is the ultraviolet tracker. It can provide a warning that you're getting too much sun. To me, the most valuable use case is attaching the tracker to a young child to make sure they're not getting fried. Unfortunately, it seems that the "eye" of the tracker has to be pointed directly at the sun to get an accurate UltraViolet Index (UVI) reading. On a walk this afternoon, I attached the tracker to my zipper, and when I walked directly toward the sun it correctly showed a UVI of 4, but when the sun was to my right or left it read a UVI of 1. Of course, the sun was hitting my exposed skin regardless of which direction I was facing, so this is a significant problem, especially if you plan to clip the CliMate to a young child to get warnings of excessive sun exposure.
If the device didn't depend on being aligned so precisely, I would have found the UV sensor handy to avoid getting sunburned on the first day on the beach. However, given the alignment issue, I found that I couldn't rely on the tracker to warn me when I was getting too much sun.
Performance: The design of the tracker is pretty clever. The back is held onto the unit magnetically, so it's very easy to remove the back with a thumbnail to install the battery. As others have noted, the print in the Quick Start guide is pretty tiny, but I only had to spend about 30 seconds with it and got the information I needed from the pictures, so the small type wasn't much of an issue. I downloaded the accompanying app from iTunes. The first time I launched the app, it instantly found the tracker, paired with it (no PIN required), and starting displaying data. I saw that a number of other reviewers had issues with pairing, but for me everything worked perfectly and automatically (I'm using an iPhone 5s). The interface is very clean and simple. It would be nice to be able to choose whether to use the plant metaphor or a straight data display. The plant graphic is good if you want kids to self track.
The app ran reliably for a few weeks, then one day it couldn't find the connection to the tracker via Bluetooth. I tried everything they suggested (turn Bluetooth on and off, restart the app, push the button), but no luck. I finally deleted and reinstalled the app and it found the device again.
If you allow the app to access GPS, it appears to do so even when the app isn't running, which seemed to cause excessive battery drain for me. I had to turn GPS access off completely. I wish it would use GPS only when active. In a reverse issue, the tracker only seems to collect data when the app is running, which means you don't get history unless you leave the app running all the time. Finally, I would have preferred to be able to use the app without having to register with an email address. As far as I can tell, there's no reason an email should be required for product functionality; it feels like the company wants an email address as part of its future business plan.
Bottom line: If you want an environment tracker (sort of a FitBit for your surroundings) -- for yourself, a child, your pets, or your plants -- this tiny product provides an accurate stream of data via a smartphone app. Version 1.0 of the app is OK, but needs improvement. The device itself is a beautiful fusion of design and engineering -- it's pretty cool that such a tiny, cleverly designed device (which is about the size of the ubiquitous doohickeys kids hang from their backpacks) can accurately monitor and stream three different environmental metrics. As with a FitBit, only you can judge whether the information is worth the product price. The current version feels like 1.0 release; the product is quite elegant, but early adopters will have to put up with some quirks and hope they get ironed out over time.
Big pluses for me:
- ability to monitor humidity accurately inside my house during winter, when it's REALLY dry!
- ability to monitor UV index when outdoors so you're reminded to reapply sunscreen regularly
The app is available for iOS and Android. I've been using the iOS app, which looks pretty good. The camera feature seems like overkill, though - you can use the button on your CliMate as a remote to snap a photo on your iPhone, but ONLY within the CliMate's app. Not just when you have the camera app running. The CliMate app superimposes some graphics showing the current temperature, UVI, and humidity level. You can integrate with Facebook or otherwise share these photos with friends via email, text message, or any of the other default options iOs has.
There's a short little rubbery "lanyard" it comes with so you can clip it onto a backpack, handbag, zipper or what have you while you're on the go. I'm wary of how insecurely the CliMate attaches to the lanyard AND how the lanyard attaches to whatever you're putting it on. There's a definite risk that you'll easily lose this little gadget. I'm also not happy with how the CliMate fits on its stand - the post is much too wide, so you have to keep twisting the little cloud-shaped object onto it for a really long time before it stays on, and even then it won't stay on very long.
Other than the stand and the lanyard, though, this is a great concept for an app that you can use to monitor, at the VERY least, temperature. If you've got one of those weather stations where you put a sensor outside and can look at the temperature, humidity, etc. remotely from a display you keep indoors, this is like an advanced version of that which can be monitored from your cell phone instead. The only catch here is that you can't sync with the CliMate unless you're not nearby. When you come back into range, though, it will sync with your phone and send you all the data it's been collecting.