New Sentinel System Protects Valuable Food Inventory Stored in Freezers and Coolers
ASTON, Pa., August 27, 2015 – Sensaphone®, a leader in monitoring technology, has introduced a cellular version of its Sentinel™ system that provides 24/7 monitoring of unattended freezers and coolers where Internet or Ethernet connectivity is unavailable. It is ideal for use in food manufacturing, processing and
storage facilities, research and testing laboratories and food service and retail locations.
New Sentinel System Remotely Monitors Equipment and Environments Without an Internet Connection
ASTON, Pa., July 9, 2015 – Sensaphone®, a leader in monitoring technology, has introduced a cellular version of its Sentinel™ system that provides 24/7 monitoring of unattended equipment and remote locations where Internet or Ethernet connectivity is unavailable.
New eBook on Environmental Threats Impacting Data Centers
ASTON, Pa., July 8, 2015 – Unexpected events like power failure, flood and HVAC malfunction threaten large data centers and small computer rooms. So do fluctuating conditions like humidity and temperature. Early detection of events and out-of-parameter conditions can ensure 100% uptime and save thousands of dollars in equipment, time and productivity. To help IT personnel recognize key environmental threats, Sensaphone® is offering a free eBook 6 Environmental Threats to Data Centers and Computer Rooms.
Low-Cost Satellite-Based Remote Monitoring System for Oil & Gas Wells
When oil wells are located in remote areas, it can take days or weeks for operators to discover high or low tank levels, pump malfunctions and compressor leaks. To provide instant notification of these and other incidents that cause costly downtime, Sensaphone® developed the SAT4D system. This satellite-based monitoring system delivers immediate alerts of changes in conditions at wells, refineries and storage facilities located in areas without a phone line, Ethernet connection or cellular service.
Elmwood Park Zoo and Sensaphone Join Forces to Protect Animals from Dangerous Temperatures
Elmwood Park Zoo had a close call in January, when a power outage caused the heating system to fail and drove handlers to use their body heat to warm snakes, frogs, toads and turtles. To avoid such a potentially deadly situation in the future, the Norristown, Pa.- based zoo and Sensaphone®, a leader in environment alerting technology, have partnered to install devices that provide 24/7 monitoring of the temperature and power where the animals live.