Sensaphone Brings Affordable Wireless Remote Monitoring Capabilities to Agriculture Industry
New Sensaphone 2800 offers stand-alone protection with no monthly fees
Farm operators and growers can now remotely monitor barns, animal pens, storage areas, greenhouses, and other facilities using wireless sensor technology from Sensaphone. The new Sensaphone 2800, with eight external inputs, including four wireless sensors, is the company’s first remote monitoring system with wireless capabilities. It monitors temperature, humidity, power, and other conditions for sudden changes that can prove harmful to inventory and livestock. The wireless sensors enable farmers and facility operators to protect their investment without installing complicated wired systems.
Sensaphone Introduces First Generation Wireless Remote Monitoring System
Sensaphone 2800 offers stand-alone protection with no monthly fees
Sensaphone® has introduced the next generation of remote monitoring – the Sensaphone® 2800 with wireless sensors. The Sensaphone 2800 is a standalone remote monitor and alarm notification system requiring no monthly fees. With eight external inputs, including four wireless sensors, it helps protect equipment and facilities by alerting owners, facility managers, lab technicians, building supervisors, and others to changes in critical environmental conditions. Each of the four wireless sensors can be located up to 300 feet from the base unit. That distance is extendable an additional 300 feet for each repeater, with no limit to the number of repeaters.