Sensaphone COVID-19 Information and Resources
SENSAPHONE is open and fully operational, and has been deemed an essential business in PA.
During these unprecedented times, Sensaphone remains committed to helping stop the spread of COVID-19. The health and well-being of our employees, customers, suppliers and partners are of the utmost importance right now, and we have taken aggressive measures to ensure everyone we work with stays healthy and protected as possible.
Easily Monitor Pump Status, Tank Levels and Flow Rates with the Sentinel™ PRO System and App
ASTON, Pa., March 19, 2020 – To help water and wastewater facility operators conveniently monitor equipment and environmental conditions, Sensaphone has developed the cloud-based Sentinel™ PRO system with supporting iPhone/Android app. Users can easily view data values in real time, set alarms, acknowledge alerts, review data and generate reports from their mobile device.
Easily Measure Temperature, Humidity and CO2 From One Sensor
ASTON, Pa., February 13, 2020 – Sensaphone® introduces a new combination temperature, humidity and CO2 sensor that measures and provides real-time values to any Sensaphone monitoring device that accepts a 4-20 mA or MODBUS signal. When the sensor registers that a monitored condition falls outside of the programmed range, the system sends an alert with the current value to the operator.
Affordable, Easy-to-Use Environmental Monitoring System for Cannabis Growing Facilities
ASTON, Pa., January 28, 2020 – Maintaining precise environmental conditions is key to cultivating healthy plants at cannabis growing facilities. The Sentinel™ system from Sensaphone® uses cloud technology to provide supervised 24/7 remote monitoring of changes in environmental conditions and the functioning of critical equipment. It allows operators to track conditions like temperature, humidity, ventilation, soil moisture, carbon dioxide, water pH, power failure and unauthorized access at cannabis growing operations to protect valuable plants and equipment.
New Wireless Temperature Sensor with RTD Probe for Monitoring Liquid Nitrogen Tanks Helps to Ensure the Safety of Sensitive Biological Materials
ASTON, Pa., November 7, 2019 – Maintaining a stable ultra-low temperature in liquid nitrogen tanks is vital to the cryopreservation of sensitive cells, tissues and other biologic materials. To help professionals at in vitro fertility clinics, research laboratories and other medical facilities ensure the safe storage of these irreplaceable samples, Sensaphone introduces a Wireless Temperature Sensor with Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) Probe.