Cellular-Based Monitoring Device Provides M2M and Pump Control at Water Facilities
ASTON, Pa., March 21, 2016 – The Sensaphone® CELL682™ system provides 24/7 monitoring of environmental conditions and unattended equipment at remote locations where telephone and Ethernet connectivity are unavailable.
New eBook on How to Defend Against Environmental Threats to Greenhouses
ASTON, Pa., March 2, 2016 – Unexpected events like power outages, falling temperatures, fluctuating humidity levels and heater or fan failures threaten both small and large greenhouse operations. Early detection of menacing environmental conditions and equipment failure can save thousands of dollars in inventory, time and productivity. To help greenhouse operators and growers recognize key environmental threats, Sensaphone® is offering a free eBook ‒ 5 Environmental Threats to Greenhouses.
Upgraded Monitoring System Detects Environmental Threats to Unattended Facilities and Equipment
ASTON, Pa., November 16, 2015 – Sensaphone® has upgraded its 1800™ monitoring system with a new keypad display and enhanced audio output. The system provides cost-effective, 24/7 remote monitoring of environmental conditions and unattended equipment. It is a powerful, convenient solution ideal for water treatment facilities, greenhouse and agricultural operations, medical and commercial freezers and HVAC applications.
New Cloud-Based Monitoring System Polls Modbus Registers to Safeguard Unattended HVACR Equipment
Sensaphone® to Introduce Sentinel™ PRO system at AHR Expo 2016 Booth 5247
ASTON, Pa., November 3, 2015 – Sensaphone® introduces its Sentinel™ PRO remote monitoring system, an enhanced version of the Sentinel cloud-based system that provides 24/7 remote monitoring of unattended HVAC units, freezers, refrigerators, boilers and chillers. The Sentinel PRO system supports the Modbus communications protocol and includes a second relay output – capabilities required to monitor and control complex networks.
Monitoring System Detects Environmental Threats to Data Centers
ASTON, Pa., October 5, 2015 – Unexpected events like power failure, flood and HVAC malfunction are hazardous to data centers. In addition, fluctuating environmental conditions like humidity and temperature can damage computer equipment and cause network inefficiencies and unnecessary downtime. Early detection of these threats can keep systems performing optimally and save thousands of dollars in equipment, time and productivity. The Infrastructure Monitoring System (IMS) 4000 from Sensaphone®, a leader in data center environment monitoring, provides low-cost 24/7 monitoring of data center conditions in multiple locations across the globe.