Latest New Product News from Temperature Alert
Temperature Monitor offers local datalogging via USB port.Temperature Alert Boston, MA 02111
Aug 30, 2013 Used to monitor ambient temperature/humidity, WIFI330 with firmware v7.4 lets users log temperature data directly to local thumb drive via device's USB port. One 2 GB thumb drive, at 1 min datalogging interval, can log up to 4 combination temperature/humidity sensors for 2 years. Unit connects to network via 802.11b/g wireless or wired Internet, and users can also preset alerts triggered by breaches in threshold as well as add Sensor Cloud service for remote monitoring.
Sensor Cloud SaaS helps meet compliance standards.Temperature Alert Boston, MA 02111
Jul 24, 2013 Offered as SaaS for users of company's environmental monitoring devices, Sensor Cloud provides live sensor readings and can be accessed via web and mobile web as well as iPhone and Android apps. Users can set alarm delays to avoid false alerts and enter reading offsets to match other sensors or thermostat. With reports page, users can set up reports ranging from audits to alarm history. Sensor Cloud meets CFR 21 Part 11 requirements for electronic data storage and access.
Wireless Sensors are fault tolerant and battery powered.Temperature Alert Boston, MA 02111
Jun 25, 2013 Used for data logging, alerting, and compliance, ZPoint can transmit every 5 min for up to 5 years on 2 AA batteries. Transmission distances reach 1,000 ft outdoors and 300 ft, even with obstructions and obstacles, within buildings. Fault-tolerant design continues to report data to cloud if AC power is lost and stores/forwards sensor readings upon wireless signals interruption. Other features include internal temperature or temperature/humidity sensor and 2 external sensor input jacks.
Remote Temperature Sensor uses wireless or wired Internet.Temperature Alert Boston, MA 02111
Mar 08, 2013 Equipped with 4 sensor/probe ports and 2 Ethernet ports, WiFi Edition 330 continuously monitors ambient temperature in server room, office, lab, or commercial building, and sends email alerts when temperature goes above or below user specified levels. Unit includes flood sensor capability and combination temperature/humidity option, which adds on relative humidity monitoring for critical applications. With Power over Ethernet support, WIFI330 operates without AC power adapter.
Sensor Adapter Boards foster incubation integration.Temperature Alert Boston, MA 02111
Dec 13, 2012 Smart sensor adapter boards for 4–20 mA and 0–2 Vdc integrate with Astec Heracell incubators for CO2 and oxygen monitoring. Aside from incubation, adapter board can also monitor and alert for breached CO2 and oxygen levels in culturing of microorganism environments, hatching of eggs, cellular biology, microbiology, molecular biology, and poultry industry. Cellular Edition can also interface with smart sensors that use standard signals, such as 4–20 mA and 0–2 Vdc, for incubator integration.
Weatherproof Alerting System monitors remote crop conditions.Temperature Alert Boston, MA 02111
Nov 13, 2012 Using GSM cellular phone networks, Solar Cellular Edition lets farmers and agriculturalists monitor crop temperature, water consumption, soil quality, and other environmental conditions remotely via email, text messaging, and/or voice messages. Solar-powered system, designed for 24/7 monitoring, uses rechargeable batteries for power during dark or overcast conditions of up to 4 weeks and features fault-tolerant design that ensures message delivery.
Other Company News From Temperature Alert
Sep 18, 2013
Temperature@lert Honored as Gold Stevie® Award Winner in 2013 American Business Awards
May 09, 2013
Temperature@lert Named as Finalist in 2013 American Business Awards
Mar 14, 2013
Temperature@lert Named a 2013 Winner of Boston Business Journal's Best Green Practices Award for Invention
Sep 18, 2012
Temperature@lert Honored as Gold Stevie Award Winner in 2012 American Business Awards
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