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Sensaphone® Sensor in Glycol-Filled Bottle Ensures Accurate Temperature Reading of Contents in Medical Refrigerators and Freezers

ASTON, Pa., February 21, 2018 – Sensaphone® introduces its 2.8K Temperature Sensor in a Glycol-Filled Bottle for medical refrigerators and freezers. This new sensor buffers momentary temperature fluctuations caused by defrost cycles, opening of doors and fans circulating air, ensuring that readings represent the temperature of the unit's contents rather than the ambient air temperature.

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Cloud Technology and App Enable Easy Uninterrupted Monitoring of Commercial Greenhouses

ASTON, Pa., March 28, 2017 – The Sentinel system from Sensaphone® uses cloud technology to provide supervised 24/7 remote monitoring of environmental conditions and unattended equipment at commercial greenhouses.  With the Sentinel system, operators easily can access the status of all conditions in real time from any device and at any time.

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Sensaphone® Residential Monitoring Systems Remotely Detect Threats to Property

ASTON, Pa., January 9, 2017 – The Sensaphone® 400 and 800 monitoring systems provide a simple, convenient, cost-effective way for property owners to monitor their residences 24/7— even if they are miles away. These systems are ideal for remotely checking their property for conditions that could mean disaster, such as heat failure in the middle of winter, air conditioning outage at the height of summer, water leaks, floods and unauthorized access.

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Remote Temperature Monitoring System Protects Food Stored in Commercial Freezers and Refrigerators

ASTON, Pa., October 25, 2016 – To prevent contamination, regulatory agencies require companies that process, transport and distribute food along the U.S. supply chain to manage and document temperatures of their cold storage units. Remote monitoring is key to keeping food safe and companies compliant.

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Refrigerator and Freezer Remote Temperature Monitoring System Improves Food Safety at Schools

ASTON, Pa., August 18, 2016 – The National School Lunch Act requires that school food authorities (SFAs) at primary and secondary schools store food in freezers and refrigerators at safe temperatures that minimize student health risks. SFAs are also responsible for monitoring these temperatures and maintaining records of temperature data for USDA inspectors. The Sentinel™ system from Sensaphone® helps SFAs meet these requirements by providing 24/7 remote monitoring and temperature data logging of freezers and refrigerators.

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