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  • Introducing Our WiFi Edition Remote Temperature Monitoring Device (TM-WIFI20)

    Good Friday everyone!

    While this is not a "release" of a new device, we thought it might be helpful to create a video talking about the highlights of our Wifi Temperature Monitoring device.  A lot of customers have called us and asked us about the differences between Temperature@lert's cellular device, wifi device, and usb device.  While some of these differences are readily apparent, we realize that other features are not apparent.  To help you better understand our products, we made a video describing in detail each nuance of the device so as to give you as much detail about the device as we possibly could. 

    We hope you enjoy the video. If you have any questions or comments, please comment on the blog or contact us at info@temperaturealert.com


    Hi, I am Harry Schechter with Temperature@lert and I am here to introduce you to our WiFi Edition Product. I will open up the box and walk you through the product.  Here is the Quick Start Guide.  Our WiFi Temperature Sensor will connect to any Wireless network or wired Ethernet Network and take temperature readings from the included temperature sensor. The device will log the readings, evaluate the temperature, and if it gets too hot or too cold it will send yo uan email.  It will also send you a status email at midnight every day giving you the high, low, and average temperatures.

    The Temperature@lert WiFi Unit has several advantages over our USB unit.  For starters, this device does not require a PC to be left on.  The only requirement for the Temperature@lert WiFi Edition are internet access through WiFi or Ethernet and power,  We recommend connecting the WiFi edition to battery backup in case of a power outage.  Another reason the Temperature@lert WiFi edition is so popular with our customers is because it runs Linux! That's right..LINUX! This tiny little device has its own operating system and makes it infinitely customizable.  You can SSH in and install and remove packages that you like, write your own programs (in C, Ruby, or Perl), it has its own web server, and essentially is fully customizable.

    Temperature@lert WiFi Edition has many advanced features to support your network operations. For instance, if you run SNMP, Temperature@lert WiFi will integrate with your existing SNMP infrastructure. In addition Temperature@lert WiFi Edition supports SSL and TLS for SMTP authentication.

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