When you have valuable equipment, inventory or facilities to protect that are sensitive to environmental conditions like temperature and moisture, remote monitoring systems are the best way to keep an eye on threats to your assets. Even if there is no internet connection or phone line, you don't have to leave your property unprotected. You need an environmental monitoring system that uses cellular connectivity.
With so many greenhouse sensors on the market, how do you know which ones to get? Obviously you'll want one that meets your basic monitoring needs — like CO2, humidity, etc. But even then, there are still many types of individual sensors to suit a variety of greenhouse monitoring applications.
Temperature monitoring is essential for industries that store valuable products in refrigerators or freezers. These products include vaccines, pharmaceuticals, research samples and medical inventory. Sudden temperature changes are the first sign that equipment is failing. Alerting personnel to temperature changes can save millions of dollars or years of research. That’s why many facilities monitor cold storage equipment with refrigerator ..
Maintaining proper temperature levels in medical cold storage areas is critical. One of the best ways to make sure your medical refrigerators are working effectively is to use a temperature probe connected to your remote monitoring system.
Commercial operators know that greenhouse temperature monitoring is crucial to plants' health, blooming and yield. It takes more than simply checking a thermometer every day to ensure the safety of your inventory.
All facility managers know that the HVAC system is a core part of any commercial structure. Obviously, HVAC system failure causes discomfort for those who are visiting, working or living in the affected building. But it can also lead to operational downtime and expensive repairs. And though an inefficient HVAC system might not fail outright, it uses unnecessary energy. That's why 24/7 HVAC remote monitoring is an integral part of an efficient..
Depending on what plants you have in your greenhouse, there may be a very fine line between temperatures that are acceptable and temperatures that are dangerous. For certain plants, even a brief dip into unfavorable temperatures can be damaging. According to an article from Cell Press, "Plants are incredibly temperature sensitive and can perceive changes of as little as one degree Celsius."
When you want to know the temperature outside, perhaps you check your wall thermometer. Or maybe you check your phone. Or you just go outside and see how it feels. There are many ways to get temperature readings. The same is true for the remote monitoring systems used to prevent facility and product damage.