Sensaphone® Airflow Sensor Monitors Cool Air Movement in Data Centers
Aston, Pa., July 11, 2016 – Air conditioning alone isn’t enough to keep data centers from overheating. Airflow management is critical to make sure cool air is going to the server intakes and hot air coming from servers is properly exhausted. The Sensaphone® Airflow Sensor measures the rate of airflow and alerts data center managers when conditions fall outside the ideal range.
New Sensaphone Sensors Help Ensure Water Quality
ASTON, Pa., June 1, 2016 – Sensaphone® introduces three new sensors that monitor water quality at treatment and wastewater facilities. These sensors measure oxidation-reduction potential (ORP), pH and toroidal conductivity, so that facility operators can be alerted when conditions fall outside the desired range.
New Soil Moisture Sensor Improves Irrigation
ASTON, Pa., May 18, 2016 – The new Sensaphone® Soil Moisture Sensor helps landscapers, horticulturists, greenhouse operators, golf course managers, farmers and other commercial growers irrigate more efficiently. The sensor measures water content in soil and other growing media, so that users can be alerted when moisture conditions fall outside the desired range. Instant notification prevents over- or under-watering, minimizes water usage, promotes growth and increases crop yield and quality.
New eBook on Temperature Monitoring for Medical Refrigerators and Freezers
ASTON, Pa., May 9, 2016 – Crucial vaccines, pharmaceuticals, blood and tissue samples, research materials and other medical inventory can be ruined if the precise refrigerator or freezer storage temperature is not maintained. To help healthcare, laboratory and research professionals better understand temperature monitoring for safe storage, Sensaphone® is offering a free eBook ‒ Temperature Monitoring Toolkit: How to Protect Valuable Vaccines, Pharmaceuticals and Research Samples.
Sensaphone Offers NIST Traceable Temperature Sensors for Medical Refrigerators and Freezers
ASTON, Pa., April 14, 2016 – To help customers who are responsible for storing vaccines, pharmaceuticals and other cold medical inventory, Sensaphone offers temperature sensors that carry Traceable Calibration Certificates. These certificates indicate that the sensors are traceable to standards provided by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), a U.S. Commerce Department agency.