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New Video Series on Installing and Programming WEB600 Remote Monitoring Systems

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The Sensaphone WEB600 system monitors environmental conditions in smaller locations such as server rooms, vacation homes, office buildings and medical storage facilities that are not occupied around the clock.Most often our products are installed by trained installers or electricians, but they are actually simple enough to be installed by most do-it-yourselfers. The WEB600 system has a straightforward setup for the central communications device and sensors. This new video playlist addresses every step of installation and programming.

Know Your Environmental Threat: Moisture

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According to insurance industry research, every day, 14,000 people across the United States must deal with a water-damage emergency at home or work. Permanent impairment to property usually occurs after 24 hours, adding up to $2.5 billion in repairs each year.

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..

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

New Video Series on Installing Sentinel Monitoring Systems and Sensors

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The Sensaphone Sentinel has found a home in many varying applications...from monitoring valuable greenhouse inventory to monitoring the temperature in refrigerators storing critical vaccines during a pandemic. The Sentinel also monitors many pump and lift stations that keep the water running in your community and to the livestock in farms and barns. Most often our products are installed by trained installers or electricians, but they are actually simple enough to be installed by most do-it-yourselfers.

Wired vs. Wireless Monitoring System: Which is Right for Your Application?

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Remote monitoring is critical to your operations. Without a reliable monitoring solution, you have no way of knowing when issues occur after hours unless you have personnel at the facility 24/7. Even then, you run the risk of overlooking equipment issues or status changes that cannot be detected without the appropriate sensors and monitoring system installed.

New Local Temperature Display Complies with VFC Requirements

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The CDC Vaccines for Children (VFC) program recently made its vaccine storage requirements more stringent. Now all refrigerators must be equipped with continuous temperature monitoring devices that data log high and low temperatures and clearly display the current temperature on the outside of the refrigerator. In addition, vaccine providers must use certified and calibrated monitoring devices. (View full requirements for CDC vaccine temperature monitoring.)

Improving Monitoring at Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities

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One of the biggest challenges of monitoring multiple water and wastewater facilities is maintaining real-time visibility of critical conditions at all sites. Facilities need to provide safe drinking water and protect the environment from contaminants. That means water and wastewater treatment plants have to ensure continuous monitoring of conditions like pump status and tank level.