Real Time gas level Monitoring
Smart Phone Application
Water tight lp55
Manual display - offline
As a global gas regulator manufacturer IGT takes pride in product quality & durable products. We support UN Sustainable Development Goals with special focus on 3, 12 & 13. An extended product lifetime reduces environmental footprint.
The iGasView app connects to iGasview devices primarily to control and monitor gas consumption in gas cylinders but can also be utilized to use for cooking thermometer, camper vans, and use in caravan/RV construction and other applications related to use of gas.
Dashboard landing page shows overview of grouped items or single units (possible to toggle between).
Groups show overview and basic information on gas bottle level and thermometer current temperature. Gas bottles are shown in a red box if they are below critical gas level (>15%).
When active and connected, units are marked in a green box and highlighted while disconnected units are toned down in a grey box.
From the dashboard, it is also possible to configure new units or create new group from already connected units.
During initial setup of app, it should be possible to select language – app must be translated into different options: English, Danish, German, French etc.
iGasView overview of selected group (Kitchen)
Page provides simple overview of grouped items with basic information, such as connection (on/off), battery status and fill level (gas cylinder), or current temperature (thermometer).
Information can be expanded to show additional information by pressing arrow down, Can be hidden again by pressing arrow up.
On unit page, it is possible to configure specific settings for selected item.
Pop-up overlays in bottom of screen provide tips and trick to optimize us of accessories and urges user to purchase additional equipment to expand possibilities.
Single page each item. Shows detailed information and use statistics.
Bottom graphic shows estimated duration left on current setting (like distance to empty tank in a car). Left “speedometer” shows gas setting – from closed to fully open. Right graphic shows time left to empty bottle on current setting. Measured by using a period of time backwards (10 sec. i.e.) combined with gas level declination.
Statistics show use within a given timeframe; day, week, month, year, or total i.e.