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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..

Selecting the Right Sensors for Cleanroom Monitoring

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Many manufacturing and research processes require a clean production environment where operators can control factors like temperature, airflow, humidity and airborne particulates. These work areas must maintain specific parameters to ensure that environmental conditions don't compromise the products in any way.

4 Threats to Your Cannabis Greenhouse That Can Be Eliminated with Remote Monitoring

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Cannabis plants require very specific environmental conditions to thrive. Even the smallest changes in temperature or humidity can impact a plant’s growth or potency. That's why many cannabis growers raise their crops in greenhouses to create and maintain the best possible growing environment. However, even in controlled environments, cannabis plants require additional protection from potential threats.

Server Room Temperature Monitoring with Sensaphone Devices

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Servers are critical infrastructure for your business. Yet, companies frequently overlook the importance of monitoring the temperature of server racks. This blog provides some tips for improving thermal monitoring in your data center.

6 Things to Consider When Choosing Greenhouse Sensors

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Sensors are key components of greenhouse monitoring systems. Each sensor continually measures a specific condition like temperature or humidity in a specific location and reports those measurements to the system. Each sensor is connected to one of the base unit’s input terminal strips. Because each condition requires its own input, you have to match your needs with the number of inputs available.

Water Facilities: A Superior Option to Software-Based Auto Dialer Systems

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Water and wastewater facilities around the globe trust Sensaphone remote monitoring systems for critical alarm notifications.

Sentinel PRO Monitoring System a Hit at AHR Expo

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Sensaphone just returned from exhibiting at the International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (or AHR Expo) in Chicago, which showcases the latest in HVACR technology and innovation. The event was an overwhelming success, with over 2,000 manufacturers and suppliers and more than 65,000 industry professionals in attendance. Attendees came from every state in America and 165 countries worldwide. 

3 Signs You Need a Temperature Monitoring System

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Some businesses have a choice whether or not to install a temperature monitoring system. If the heat or air conditioning systems start malfunctioning, there's not much at risk except for uncomfortable employees.

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