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Old 01-18-2020, 01:44 AM   #1
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Bogart has a new unit, the WF-2030, which provides remote access to the TM-2030 battery monitor’s data and settings. It is so brand new that it is not sold by dealers yet, and I got one of the first ones.

Today, we got it wired up, the WiFi signal was strong, but it wouldn’t access the web page I was directed to for initial settings. I emailed tech support after 5pm, assuming I wouldn’t hear back until after the long weekend. A few minutes later, I got a call. He said he didn’t want me to have to wait over the long weekend.

He asked me to go to 192.168…. I said, “But the instructions said “194…” Problem solved, there was a misprint in the instructions. Now I can monitor charging, etc., from the passenger seat while the monitor remains over the counter. I was not looking forward to moving it.

I shouldn’t have been surprised. I’ve had nothing but great service from Bogart.
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Old 01-18-2020, 10:37 AM   #2
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Looks like they have a WF-2030 simulator running here: WF-2030 Main Menu
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Can it be turned off when wifi not needed to save power?
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Marcopolo, that page connects to an actual battery pack at their office.

The WF2030 is intended to be left on all the time. Its power usage would be miniscule. Not even any lights on it. I installed it under the counter and still get signal in the house.

It has two options: it can be the WiFi source,or it can be a user on an existing WiFi network.
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Yes, it can be turned off. There's no switch on the outside, but a power jumper on the inside.
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Looks like they have a WF-2030 simulator running here: WF-2030 Main Menu
Not a simulator, but an actual lithium battery, SC-2030 solar charger, TM-2030 monitor and a WF-2030 WiFi unit.
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