Aston, PA., May 2, 2007 — Sensaphone® today introduced its latest remote monitoring and alarm notification system designed to protect healthcare and science facilities.
Sensaphone® today introduced its latest remote monitoring and alarm notification system designed to protect healthcare and science facilities. The Sensaphone 1800 remote monitor and alarm notification system protects healthcare facilities by monitoring power, water intrusion, temperature, and other critical environmental conditions. By monitoring such conditions, the Sensaphone 1800 protects critical vaccines, blood storage, tissue samples, analytical and testing equipment, culture environments, and more. It offers enhanced features, including the ability to sense and alarm on ultra-low temperatures down to -85 degrees Celsius.
When the Sensaphone 1800 detects a problem, it automatically issues an alarm so actioncan be taken to avoid damage to a facility or its supplies of vaccines, medicines, and other critical materials. The new system delivers alarm notifications to as many as eight recipients, and offers alarm history reviews, data logging, Web-based interface, and remote control capabilities. Alarm notifications can be sent via voice phone or text messages to alphanumeric pagers and cells phones. It also comes with custom voice messaging on any alarm event. The 1800 can also upload status and history to a web server.
The Sensaphone 1800 is packaged in a sealed, weatherproof, lockable enclosure, providing added durability when used in harsh applications. Other added features include a rechargeable battery backup and extended temperature sensing.
For information about the Sensaphone 1800, call 1-877-373-2700 or visit www.sensaphone.com.