Aston, PA., July 26, 2007 — 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.
The Sensaphone 2800 has no monthly fee requirements and offers plug-and-play technology for easy setup. The wireless sensors have a range of up to 300 feet, and an added repeater can extend the distance up to one mile.
The system provides alarm event and status updates via telephone and custom voice messages. Battery life is up to three years, and the unit’s two-way technology automatically monitors both battery level and sensor function. The Sensaphone 2800 withstands extreme conditions in its sealed, weatherproof, and lockable enclosure, and the system includes a standard battery backup.
For information about the Sensaphone 2800 and its wireless capabilities, call 1-877-373-2700 or visit www.sensaphone.com.