Wall panel

(Visual instructions here)

  1. Measure the thickness of the wall and get a sensor of proper length. The tip of the sensor should be placed slightly to the inside of the insulation's exterior surface.
  2. Make sure that there are no wall frames, electric wires or water pipes in the installation site.
  3. Use a hole saw (diameter 30 mm) to drill a hole to the wall panel (chipboard or drywall). Avoid breaking the vapour barrier if there is one.
  4. If the sensor has to go through a vapour barrier, remove the protecting film from a Humia sensor collar, push the collar to the hole and make sure that the sticky surface adheres to the vapour barrier.
  5. Pierce the vapour barrier inside the collar using a sharp object such as a utility knife. Make at least 2-3 cuts. Check that the vapour barrier is still adhered to the collar.
  6. Take the Humia sensor from its package and remove a protecting film from the battery. Check the serial number from the side of the sensor and write down the sensor's location (e.g. address or room) next to the matching serial number in the list delivered with the sensors. Push the sensor carefully into the wall and make sure that the O-ring in the base of the sensor seats properly between the sensor and the collar.
  7. Register the new sensor in the Humia cloud service.


Concrete wall

  1. Measure the thickness of the wall and get a sensor of proper length. The tip of the sensor should be placed slightly to the inside of the insulation's exterior surface.
  2. Make sure that there are no reinforcing bars, electric wires or water pipes in the installation site.
  3. Using a proper cutter (diameter 20 mm) drill a hole to the concrete element inside the structure.
  4. Take the Humia sensor from its package and remove a protecting film from the battery. Check the serial number from the side of the sensor and write down the sensor's location (e.g. address or room) next to the matching serial number in the list delivered with the sensors. Push the sensor carefully into the wall and make sure that the O-ring in the base of the sensor seats properly between the sensor and the wall.
  5. Register the new sensor in the Humia cloud service.


Floor casting

  1. Use a Humia C1 sensor (diameter of the measuring tip xx mm). Valussa käytetään Humia C1-anturia, jonka mittauskärjen ulkohalkaisija on xx mm.
  2. Tee porareikä RT-kortin RT 14-10675 mukaisesti ja varusta se tiivistysputkella, jonka sisähalkaisija on xx mm. Jos putkea ei käytetä, tee porareikä, jonka halkaisija on xx mm.
  3. Työnnä C1-anturi tiivistysputkeen tai porareikään ja varmista, että O-renkaat tiivistävät anturin kunnolla. Laita talteen anturin kyljessä oleva ID-numero ja anturin sijaintipaikka.
  4. Rekisteröi tarvittaessa anturi Humia-pilvipalvelussa ja merkitse anturin infokenttään sijaintitiedot. Sädä tarvittaessa anturin asetuksia.


Registration in Humia cloud

(Print the registration instructions here)

  1. Go to www.humia.fi and click "Sign in" to make a user to the Humia cloud service.
  2. Sign in. If Humia has made the registration in advance, all your sensors are made to a list and individual sensors can be observed by clicking them. If the list is empty, register the sensors by clicking "Manage Humia devices". A sensor identifier (6 characters) and registration key (12 characters) included in the package will be needed to successfully register the device. Click "Register" and then check if the sensor appears in the list by going back the main page.
  3. The information details of the sensors such as their directory trees and addresses can be changed individually. Go to the main page of a sensor and click "Info". Sensors can also be divided into directories and subdirectories, e.g. "Main building / ground floor". We recommend that the sensor is named after its type or location, e.g. "A200 bedroom". Extra details can be written to a "More information" field.
  4. A picture (e.g. a floor plan or a map) can be added to a sensor's main page. Name the picture (maximum size 200 KB, we will reduce the file size if needed) after the 6-character sensor identifier (e.g. 1B0E53.jpg) and send it to info@humia.fi. Preferably use the same email that is used for the registration so that we can easily match the picture to a right user.