Aston, PA., January 15, 2007— Sensaphone® announced it is upgrading its line of remote monitors and alarm notification system by replacing its most popular unit with a new, more advanced system for the same price. The new Sensaphone 400 comes equipped with enhanced features including customizable voice messaging; programmable relay output; a phone line seizure feature; and a diagnostic test function. It is replacing the Sensaphone 1104, the company’s best-selling remote monitoring system. The combination of enhanced features and price point make the 400 the most cost-effective, feature-rich Sensaphone system ever.
The Sensaphone 400 is a standalone remote monitor and alarm notification system with no monthly fees. It helps protect equipment and facilities by alerting owners, facility managers, lab technicians, building supervisors, and others to changes in critical environmental conditions. It also monitors operating conditions such as temperature, power supply, alarms, excess humidity, water on the floor, and intrusion.
The Sensaphone 400 monitors facilities 24/7 in the pharmaceutical and health sciences, food processing, electronics manufacturing, and agriculture industries, as well as homes and small businesses. Specific applications include health and science labs, cold storage units, cabins, vacation homes, and greenhouses.
When an alarm is detected, the Sensaphone 400 notifies up to four people using customized voice phone calls that continue until someone responds. The Sensaphone 400 also comes with nonvolatile memory and has 24-hour battery backup capabilities (C-cell batteries required).
For information about the Sensaphone 400, call 1-877-373-2700 or visit www.sensaphone.com.