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AAB TempSmart TS-100 User Manual

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TempSmart TS-100 

Temp & Humidity Data Logger 

User Guide 

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Introduction to the TempSmart TS-100 

Table of Contents

 

(by page number)

 

3  Overview 
4  First Connection 

Settings 
Alerts 


Main App Screen 
Data Logging 

10 

Exporting Data 
Comfort Zone 

11 
11 

LED Indicators 
Maintenance  

12  Troubleshooting 
13 
13 

Technical Data 
Glossary 

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Overview 

LED 

   Temp/Humidity 
         Sensor Ports 

 Release Buttons 

  

 

¼-20 Threaded Port 

 Battery Cover 

   Temp/Humidity 
         Sensor Ports 

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First Connection 

Step One: On your smartphone, go to the Apple App Store 

 or Google Play 

and download the AAB Smart TS-100 app marked with an Orange icon 

Step Two: Connecting the TS-100 to the app. 

Start by pressing the side buttons to open and turn on the TS-100. The LED will begin 
blinking once a second for 30 seconds. This indicates that the unit is operating and the 
battery is good. At the end of the first 30 seconds, the meter will go into standby mode 
and will remain in standby mode as long as the meter is open. The meter can be 
connected to at any time while in the standby mode without physical interaction. 
Closing the meter turns it completely off. 

Step Three: Connecting the TS-100 to the app. 

Start the app by selecting TS-100 orange icon 

 in the app list. After the opening 

screen animation, choose “Open Meter and Tap Here To Connect”. 

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The app will scan for TS-100s and display them in the list. Choose the desired TS-100 
from the list to connect. 

The TS-100 is now paired with the smartphone and ready for use. 

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Settings 

NOTE: The Name, Company Name and Email Address are entered during the 
initial registration screen. They can not be entered in settings. 

Name: Used to display your name on reports.  

Company Name: Used to display your company name on reports. 

Name This Device: Each TS-100 can be given a custom name to uniquely identify it’s 
location. Enter up to 15 characters for the custom name and then press Save at the 
bottom of the screen. The new name will appear the next time the TS-100 connects to 
your phone or tablet. 

Units: Allows the selection of Metric or Standard units depending on the regional and 
user needs. 

Reading Views: Changes graph display between radial and vertical styles. 

Export Data: This field can be used to relay the history log to an email address of 
your choosing.  

Connection: Allows app to connect or disconnect from TS-100. 

Factory Default: Resets the app back to factory default settings. 

Alerts 

The TS-100 app allows alerts to be set, alerting the user if certain limits have been 
broken. To set a limit, press the gray arrow on the bottom of the measurement you 
wish to change. Enter the desired values and press save. To turn the alarm on, press 
the radio button associated with the measurement.  

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Main App Screen 

Current Reading: Displays the Dry Bulb Temperature and Relative Humidity in real-
time. It also calculates Feels Like, Dew Point and Wet Bulb Temperatures. Definitions 
for each of these readings are included in the glossary at the end of this document.  

Data Logging

 

Keeps a log of the temperature and humidity in intervals set by the user. To start data 
logging, connect the device to the app (see First Connection on page 4).  

Once connected, choose “Data Log” at the bottom of the screen. This will bring up the 
Data Log screen.  

To start logging, select “Data Log More…”, then “Start New Log” from the pop up menu. 

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A new box will appear with three selectable time increments: hours (hh), minutes (mm), 
and seconds (ss). Set the desired increment (how often to record each reading) and 
select start.  

The TS-100 will begin logging. The log is stored in the TS-100 memory and can be 
accessed at any time.  

Reading Data Log 

Once it has logged the needed amount of time, select “Data Log More…” and choose 
“Read Device Log”. This will download the log to your phone. 

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Exporting Data 

The TS-100 is able to export both saved data and the current data to a file or email. In 
order to export, first go to the drop down menu and choose Export.  

This will bring you to the Export screen. At the top are the two options of Historical 
Reading (data imported through the log feature) or the Current Reading. For Historical 
Reading, the user can select certain date periods, rename the file, choose between html 
or csv file types, and add comments.  

 

Once completed, export or email can be chosen to save or send the data. 

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Comfort Zone

 

Graphical representation of the relationship between temperature and humidity as it 
relates to indoor comfort. This helps people to understand the impact humidity can have 
on comfort vs seeing a specific temperature on a thermostat. 

Please be sure to adjust the comfort zone for the season by clicking on Indoor Cooling 
Season or Indoor Heating Season at the top of the chart. 

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LED Indicators 

The two LED indicators flash in order to inform the user about the unit’s operation. In 
normal operation, the LED will flash once every second for 30 seconds to let the user 
know the unit has been powered on. At the end of the first 30 seconds, the meter will 
go into standby mode and will remain in standby mode as long as the meter is open. 
The meter can be connected to at any time while in the standby mode without physical 
interaction. Closing the meter turns it completely off. 

If the battery voltage falls below 2.8 volts, the TS-100 will automatically shut down the 
Bluetooth connection and will quickly flash three times every two seconds. Please see 
below for instructions on changing the battery.  

Maintenance 

Changing the battery 

Step one: Using the indentation on the top of the unit, lift to pop the battery door open. 

Step two: Pull the battery door off and flip the TS-100 over to remove the battery. 
Place in a new battery with the positive side facing up, as in the picture below. 

Step three: Place the battery door back onto the TS-100, making sure all three clips 
are firmly seated.  

Cleaning 

To clean the TS-100, use a dry dust free rag and wipe down exterior.  

*

 Do not rinse or submerge! *

Storage 

The ABM-200 is to be stored out of direct sunlight in temperatures between 32° and 
95° F (0° and 35° C).  

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Troubleshooting 

PROBLEM 

POSSIBLE CAUSE 

CORRECTION 

The TS-100 won’t connect 

Low battery 

Replace battery 

Bluetooth off 

Turn on phone’s Bluetooth 

Out of range 

Move closer to the device 

*Slow temperature/humidity

response 

Low air flow 

Move into air stream 

Ports blocked 

Remove obstruction from 

front and/or rear ports 

Incorrect 

temperature/humidity reading 

Low Battery 

Replace battery 

Meter acclimating 

Give meter time to adjust to 

current conditions 

Ports blocked 

Remove obstruction from 

front and/or rear ports 

Direct sunlight 

Move from direct sunlight 

Screw port doesn’t work 

Wrong thread size/type 

Ensure accessory has a 

¼-20 threaded screw 

Log doesn’t show in email 

Email service or anti-

virus program is 

removing/stripping the 

attachment 

Change settings in email or 

anti-virus program or us 

another email program 

The TempSmart TS-100 was designed to mechanically shield the sensor while
closed and provide fast and accurate readings by exposing the sensors directly
to the air when opened. When moving the device from extreme temperature or
humidity conditions to another, it may require time to acclimate as with any
measurement device.

General Use 

The TS-100 was designed for reading and logging temperature and humidity in order 
to aid the contractor in effectively balancing commercial and residential HVAC 
systems.  

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Technical Data 

Temperature accuracy: ±0.36°F, (±0.2°C) 

Relative Humidity Accuracy: ±3% 

Power: Panasonic 3.6V, CR 2450 Coin Cell Lithium Battery 

Battery Life: >500 hours of activity 

Units of Measure: Standard Fahrenheit & Metric Celsius 

Operational temperature range: -4°F to +158°F (-20°C to +70°C) 

Glossary 

Comfort Zone: The comfort zone displayed on the app is intended to be a graphic 
representation that is relative to the ASHRAE Standard 55 “Thermal Environmental 
Conditions for Human Occupancy”. This standard provides minimum requirements for 
acceptable thermal indoor environments and helps people to understand the 
relationship between temperature and humidity as they relate to comfort. 

Dew Point: The atmospheric temperature below which water droplets begin to 
condense and dew can form. 

Feels Like: The effect of humidity on perceived indoor temperature 

Humidity: A quantity representing the amount of water vapor present in the air. 

Relative Humidity: The amount of water vapor present in air expressed as a 
percentage of the amount needed for saturation at the same temperature. 

Dry Bulb Temperature: Temperature of air measured by a thermometer freely 
exposed to the air but shielded from radiation and moisture. DBT is the temperature 
that is usually thought of as air temperature, and it is the true 
thermodynamic temperature. 

Wet Bulb Temperature: The wet bulb temperature is the temperature air would have 
if it were cooled to saturation (100% relative humidity). Knowing the wet bulb 
temperature is important in determining the temperature of an area that can be 
achieved through evaporative cooling and/or removing the latent energy from a space. 

Temperature Differential

 or ΔT: difference in temperature between two spaces in a 

building, or between indoor and outdoor temperature. 

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