Get notified when environmental changes threaten your plant inventory
Keeping plants in your greenhouse alive and healthy requires the best possible growing environment. How long does it take you to find out about these kinds of issues, especially when they occur after hours or during the off-season?
- Falling temperatures
- Poor ventilation
- High CO2 levels
- Humidity changes
- Equipment failures
- Water leaks
- Power outages
For more than 30 years, Sensaphone has been providing remote monitoring devices, auto dialers and sensors for industrial greenhouses. These devices detect extreme temperature fluctuation, frost, frozen irrigation lines, heater and fan failures. If any condition goes outside your preset range, the device instantly alerts you by phone, email or text. You get an extra layer of protection when personnel are not on-site.
Unmanned and remote greenhouses can be protected even if they don’t have a phone line or broadband internet connection. And you can check conditions from anywhere via Sensaphone’s website or iPhone/Android app.
Prevent disease during the growing season
During the growing season, the Sensaphone system can monitor multiple environmental conditions using hardwired or wireless sensors. Temperature, humidity levels, lighting and fan circulation are crucial to preventing mold, algae, mildew and disease and maximize your plant yield.
Easy data logging and reporting
Sensaphone systems are more than auto dialers. Because they remotely monitor dozens of environmental data points, you can view the status of multiple locations, access trending reports, check specific equipment status and review alarm history without having to install any software. You can identify patterns and trends in environmental conditions and get insight into larger issues that can prevent problems before they arise. The systems automatically record tens of thousands of data points, dates and times that you can view, graph, and print.
Whether you are on-site or off-site, a greenhouse monitoring system ensures you are always aware of the critical conditions that threaten your property and plant inventory.