The IMS-4814 Ultra Low Temperature Sensor is designed to connect to the Sensaphone IMS product line and monitor temperatures in refrigerators or freezers. The electrical connection between the sensor and IMS unit is made via the attached RJ-45 patch cable. The sensor probe may be secured inside equipment using the included clamp or it may be hung using tie wraps. Do not install the black plastic enclosure inside of a refrigerator or freezer. This sensor includes a remote temperature probe so that temperature measurements can be made in a refrigerator, freezer or other harsh environments. The sensor is availabe with an optional glass bead vial which helps to prevent false tempearture readings when a refrigerator or freezer door is opened or goes into a defrost cycle. In addition they are available with an optional NIST temperature certification.
The Ultra Low Temperature Sensors comes with an attached 7′ cable with an RJ-45 plug on the end and a weatherproof probe with 12′ of cable. If the sensor installation is close to the IMS unit, you can plug it directly into an IMS environmental input. If the cable is too short you can use the included RJ-45 adaptor and a longer patch cable to extend the length. For applications where the sensor may be far from the IMS unit, you may utilize your existing network wiring infrastructure. For example, the sensor may be installed in another room or another floor. Connect the sensor to your structured wiring network via an RJ-45 jack. At the other end, connect a patch cable from your structured wiring patch panel directly to the Host or Node environment input. NIST temperature certification is available.
Optional glass bead vial will buffer any momentary fluctuations that may cause a preliminary alarm dial out, such as defrost cycles, opening of doors, and fans circulating air
Measures temperatures from -121° to 53°F
- Avalable with NIST certification