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Know Your Environmental Threat: Temperature

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Temperature is one of the most important environmental conditions when managing facilities. This post is the second in our Know Your Environmental Threat series. It discusses how temperature monitoring is used to protect valuable assets in multiple applications including HVAC, server rooms and data centers, food storage facilities, greenhouses, medical facilities, and livestock and animal care.

New IMS 4000E Remote Monitoring System Tracks Key Server Room Conditions

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We are excited to introduce our redesigned infrastructure monitoring system. Based on the performance success of its predecessor, the new IMS-4000E system provides upgraded functionality and peace of mind to business managers who rely on server rooms as the center of IT operations. We have sold more than 6,000 host units worldwide to date.

Know Your Environmental Threat: Humidity

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Humidity is an environmental condition that is often overlooked, but it is as important to facility management as temperature. This post is the first in our Know Your Environmental Threat series. It discusses how humidity monitoring is used to protect valuable assets in a variety of applications: HVAC, Greenhouses, Data Centers and Cannabis Growing Facilities.

How Industrial IoT Reduces Downtime at Remote Pump Stations

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The industrial internet of things (IIoT) uses the internet and sensors placed at critical points on mechanical equipment to send data to the cloud for limitless storage. You can access this information to control systems, monitor conditions and analyze data. Of course, this technology has revolutionized facility management. Now you can easily access data around the clock whether you are working on-site or remotely to assess real-time equipment performance. You can also review historical data to foresee malfunctions before they become complete mechanical failures.

New Sensors Ensure 24/7 HVAC Remote Monitoring

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For many years Sensaphone's remote monitoring systems have been able to connect with sensors to monitor vital environmental and operating conditions in HVAC systems. Conditions like temperature, humidity, power failure, water leaks, and equipment failure can all play a part in creating a comfortable environment. Using an environmental monitoring system allows users to remotely view their monitored conditions and receive alarms via the built-in autodialers. 

Now we also offer sensors that can measure airflow in ductwork, differential pressure in ducts and rooms, and dew point. All of these sensors can be used with any..

Remote Monitoring Tips for Educational Facility Managers

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The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened our awareness of indoor air quality in public places, especially educational facilities. HVAC systems are essential to keeping clean air flowing safely throughout the buildings. Around-the-clock remote monitoring plays an important role in ensuring the HVAC units are operating properly. 

In addition, educational facility personnel can use remote monitoring systems to keep watch on other key areas, such as food refrigerators, laboratory freezers and research lab clean rooms. Advanced monitoring systems can even automatically store data and generate reports to demonstrate internal..

Why Should You Monitor Your Wastewater Lift Stations?

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Systems for collecting wastewater and stormwater are complex. They use a series of downstream pipes, pumps, and controls to prevent wastewater from entering our fresh water ponds, lakes, rivers and streams.

Monitoring Data Center Humidity to Prevent Costly Damage and Downtime

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In addition to cyber threats, data center personnel have to be aware of physical dangers that can damage equipment and shut down operations. An important environmental hazard to watch out for is humidity.

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