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Sensaphone Showcases New Wireless Remote Monitoring System at WEFTEC 2007

Sensaphone 2800 on display at leading water and wastewater industry event

Aston, PA., September 27, 2007 Sensaphone® will feature its latest remote monitoring and alarm notification system – the Sensaphone 2800 – at the WEFTEC 2007 exhibition, October 15-17 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The newest addition to Sensaphone’s product line, the 2800 is the first Sensaphone product fully equipped with wireless sensing capabilities. It offers facility operators the ideal solution for remote monitoring challenges, without the need for wiring. The Sensaphone 400/800 and 1400/1800 systems will also be on display.

The Sensaphone 2800 with wireless sensors offers:
•    Four wireless inputs plus four traditional inputs
•    Wireless sensors with plug-and-play technology and a range of 300 feet
•    Repeater modules for monitoring distances up to 4,000 feet.
 
The Sensaphone 400 and 800 systems offer:
•    Four or eight external inputs
•    Customizable voice messaging, programmable relay output, a phone line seizure
feature and a diagnostic test function.

The Sensaphone 1400 and 1800 systems offer:
•    Four or eight external inputs
The ability to sense and alarm on ultra-low temperatures down to -85 degrees
Celsius, alarm history reviews, data logging, Web-based interface and remote
control capabilities.


All of these Sensaphone products are free from monthly fees. They are ideal for remotely monitoring conditions, including tank levels, pump operation, flow rates, power problems, equipment failures and intrusion.

For more information call 1-877-373-2700 or visit www.sensaphone.com.

About WEFTEC
Since its formation in 1928, the Water Environment Federation (WEF) has been holding annual meetings to provide a forum for knowledge and technology exchange within the water and wastewater fields. Today, WEFTEC – WEF’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference – offers water quality education and training and is a leading source for water quality developments, research, regulations, solutions and cutting-edge technologies.