Get notified when environmental changes threaten your valuable plants
Cannabis plants need extremely specific environmental conditions to thrive. Tiny changes in temperature or humidity can impact their potency and growth. For that reason, many cannabis growers raise their crops in controlled environments to maintain optimal growing conditions. But cannabis plants require even more protection.
Remote monitoring systems provide an extra line of defense by continuously monitoring your growing facility. They ensure optimal conditions and notify you of threats:
- Rising/falling temperatures
- High/low humidity
- Power outages
- Low CO2
- Air circulation
- Water pH
- Unauthorized access
- Irrigation and soil moisture
For more than 30 years, Sensaphone has been providing remote monitoring devices, auto dialers and sensors for growing facilities. These devices detect extreme temperature fluctuations, frost, frozen irrigation lines, and heater and fan failures. If any condition falls outside of your preset range, the device immediately sends an alert by phone, email or text.
Easy Data Logging, Reporting and Status Check
Sensaphone systems automatically record dozens of environmental data points, dates and times that you can view, graph, and print. This data is useful for identifying patterns and trends in environmental conditions. You can also get insight into larger issues and take fast corrective action before they turn into catastrophes.
All data can be viewed at any time on the Sensaphone website. No software is required. You can view the status of multiple locations, access trending reports, check specific equipment status and review alarm history.
Whether you are on-site or off-site, you can see the real-time status of all monitored conditions and sensor readings. So you are always aware of the critical conditions that threaten your property and plant inventory.
Return On Investment
When deciding how much to pay for a remote monitoring system, tally up the entire cost (fully installed with additional peripherals and sensors) and any labor fees for installation. Then consider the value of your cannabis plant inventory and equipment. Finally, factor in the cost of downtime should an environmental event shut down your operation for some time.