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Remote Monitoring Keeps Docked Boats Afloat

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The Sensaphone company got its start because of a sunken boat. Twice in the same year founder Ken Blanchard’s unattended docked boat sank because the bilge pump failed after stormy weather, and the vessel took on water. Ken, an engineer, was motivated to develop a remote device that could monitor conditions and notify people when their boat was in trouble while they were away.

Cloud Expansion: Improve the Performance of Your Remote Monitoring System

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Sensaphone customers have been using the WEB600 for over 11 years. The long life it provides has made it a reliable resource for many users monitoring many different applications, including businesses, residences, hotels, HVAC interests and more. The WEB600 comes with six universal digital or analog inputs, so you can monitor items such as temperature, humidity, water detection, and more. Like many other Sensaphone products, it provides one output and will also monitor for power failures on the circuit where it is installed.

Maintaining the Best Cannabis Growing Environment Using a Data Logger

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Maintaining an ideal growing environment for cannabis plants is not an easy task. Personnel must monitor a variety of factors to ensure their plants stay healthy. Temperature, humidity, equipment status, CO2, and lighting are only a few of the conditions that need to be monitored 24/7. 

Monitoring Pulse Counts and Run Times with Sensaphone Devices

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Sensaphone remote monitoring systems can be connected to a variety of sensors and accessories to keep tabs on basic environmental conditions such as temperature, humidity and water detection, security and power failures. All of these sensors require one of four output types to work with Sensaphone devices: 2.8k, 10k, dry contact (digital), or 4-20mA (analog). In addition to monitoring those sensor outputs, some Sensaphone devices can monitor pulse counts and runtimes — useful capabilities for water/wastewater and HVAC applications

6 Tips for Choosing a Remote Monitoring System for Your Pet Care Facility

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If you own or work at a pet daycare or boarding facility, you know how important it is to keep cat and dog guests safe and comfortable. If the power fails or a ventilation system stops working when staff is off-site, the results could be disastrous for the animals and your business. Luckily, there’s a fast, easy way to maintain a temperature- and humidity-controlled environment. 

Sensaphone Celebrates 35 Years of Providing Remote Monitoring Solutions

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It all started with a sunken boat. Twice in the same year, Ken Blanchard’s unattended boat sank while docked in Somers Point, New Jersey. The bilge pump failed after stormy weather, and the vessel took on water. As luck would have it, Ken was an engineer. He began to think of a way to create a remote device that could monitor conditions and notify people when their boat was in trouble while they were away.

Remote Monitoring Systems Help Maintain Critical Operations During Pandemic

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The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged businesses and government facilities in unique ways. Many have to operate under conditions where employees are working off premises. Others have had to limit their on-site staff in order to follow social distancing requirements. Many commercial buildings sit empty, while essential businesses like utility plants must remain operational. It has become more important than ever to monitor these workplaces around the clock to mitigate threats to facilities, equipment and inventory.

3 Ways to Prevent Breaking the Cold Chain for Vaccines and Pharmaceuticals

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If critical vaccines and other pharmaceuticals are stored at an unsafe temperature for too long, they can lose their potency. For patients with chronic illnesses, taking a damaged dosage can be life-threatening. But even common medicines can break down and have harmful effects, and it can be difficult to tell the difference between a compromised product and a safe one. That's why pharmaceutical and vaccine providers must take appropriate measures to ensure all pharmaceutical products are stored at the correct temperature.

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