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 and wastewater facilities around the globe trust Sensaphone remote monitoring systems for critical alarm notifications.
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.
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.
Protecting your livestock is your top priority. That's why you need a way to detect threatening issues like HVAC failures early. Swine, poultry, cattle and other animals require the best possible living environment to stay healthy and maximize your yield. If a circulation fan or ventilation system fails after regular business hours, the consequences could be dire for your livestock and your business.
The TEMP ALERT™ sensors are a popular option for many Sensaphone users. Although this sensor won’t provide an exact temperature reading remotely, it clearly displays temperature readings on site. It also triggers alarms when temperatures fall between the limits set on the front of the device. And you can daisy-chain multiple TEMP ALERT units together so that they only use one input zone on the Sensaphone monitoring system.
The Sensaphone WSG30 is a flexible wireless monitoring solution. It's useful for applications where it's not viable or cost-effective to hard-wire the sensors, such as medical freezers/refrigerators, data centers and manufacturing plants. The system’s base unit can communicate with as many as 30 wireless sensors. And the sensors can be placed up to 300 feet away from the base unit. However, a successful installation requires some planning to make sure everything works smoothly.
The Sensaphone CELL682 has been a powerful alarm, control and environmental monitoring system since its inception in November 2010. But like all good things, its time has come to an end – the CELL682 will only be available until the end of 2017.