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  • Preparing a House for Vacation: 3 Points of Concern

    Prepare a House for your Vacation

    Especially for northeast dwellers, the spring and summer months are the ideal seasons for vacationing, leisure, and relaxation. Still, leisure and relaxation can be difficult to achieve if your home isn't protected. Simple points like temperature and security represent the main concerns to keep in mind before leaving your home. Keep your priorities straight: prepare your house for your vacation before you leave, and stay informed while you're away.

    1. 'Observed' Security: There are many different considerations for security in a vacation house, but we'll focus on a few key areas. We can all imagine the horror of a vandalized/infiltrated home when returning from vacation, and the points of concern extend far beyond a simple 'door alarm'. A dark house with an empty garage can draw attention to your home for a burglar, even if you've coated the windows with 'Protected By' stickers. Ultimately, the observed security, or the "look" of an empty house can play a large role in protection. By installing lights for doors, paths, and window areas, the house will appear "highlighted" versus a dark house without illumination. For a burglar, anything that is highlighted or illuminated is an inexpensive deterrent to their operations.  Motion detectors are an excellent example of 'observed' protection; the spotlight flash from the sensor works like a visual alarm, pushing would-be snoopers away from doors, windows, and other exterior parts of the home. Again, there is a reason that most burglaries occur at night, so be sure to use light to your advantage whenever possible. 


    2. Helping Hands: This is a highly underrated concept, and unfortunately, not enough homeowners have trusted/active relationships with their neighbors. When preparing a house for vacation, a trusted neighbor is an incredibly valuable lifeline. If you do have a good relationship with your neighbors, exchange contact information and provide them with a set of keys. If you have pets, this is preferable to giving a key to a house sitter or dog walker (whom you may or may not know). A trusted neighbor can hear, see, and report anything irregular or concerning. This level of human protection can be very helpful, and with a friendly neighbor, you avoid hiring a house/pet sitter that may come from an unknown source. Further, if you ever have a 'Kevin!' moment, an urgent change or forgotten duty is literally a phone call away. Don't place too much reliance on the neighbor for overwatch; this is merely an extra line of human defense while you're taking a vacation.

    3. Automation Technologies: Even an attentive and responsible neighbor may miss a critical problem or issue. For all of the safeguards that one can have, automation technologies and alerting systems are a 24/7/365 shield against fire, flooding, and humidity. Especially during the summer months, a flood may go unnoticed to even the most responsible of neighbors/house sitters, and by the time of discovery, it may already be too late. In preparation for a vacation, keep your home protected by flood, temperature, and humidity sensors for added safety. Alerts are the unbiased window into the status of your home, and with a trusted neighbor, you can divert immediate attention to the problem as it occurs and prevent further trouble/disaster. On the other hand, temperature sensors can provide insight into the status of many other systems in your home (air conditioners, etc), and abnormal temperature readings can indicate a variety of problems. Specifically for pet owners, high temperatures can be suffocating and can endanger the pets over time. With an automated temperature alerting system for flooding, temperature, and/or humidity, you can stay fully protected against a disaster as you relax on the beach or countryside. When preparing your house for vacation, monitor as many sensitive points as possible.

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  • The New Face of Hotel/B&B Management

    Differentiation is now the name of the game in hotel management (as well as B&B owners). For all of the flash and glitz, some hotels are taking extreme measures to create a circle of "special for themselves". Check out the Borgata Hotel and Casino in New Jersey, who recently announced the installment of in-room gambling systems (via TV). Guests can gamble up to $2,500 a day without ever leaving their hotel room. It's an extreme form of differentiation and while an ethical cloud hangs over the decision, the outcome is the same: Hotels are adding more and more abilities to their own "feature" list, and it becomes part of the appeal (for better or worse) to be exposed to the new. 

    Whether guests are searching for an extravagant outing filled with gambling and glitz, or the quiet stay in the countryside, the differentiation concept extends to all lodgings and venues. The question is, how are you shaping your own hotel or B&B for that 'extra appeal'?

    You have to ask yourself, what makes my lodging/location unique? Do you have a nearby attraction or sightseeing opportunity? Have you rebuilt your lodgings and outfitted them with automation systems? If I stayed at your lodging once, will I expect the same service/experience in the second time around? All of these questions are centered around differentiation, that is, making your lodging unique and personalized to your guests (as much as you possibly can).

    Though many owners and operators may not include a gambling angle to their "offerings", the Borgata shows how hotels are changing their focus. No longer are flat screens, designer bedding, and "room" service part of the premier hotel experience. These are now considered to be 'standards'. The new age of hotels and lodgings are making incremental improvements to make each guest have a unique experience. There are larger changes, like building automation systems and other monitoring devices that are useful for allowing guests ultimate control over their hotel rooms, or rather, the convenience of an easy-to-use system that allows you (the owner) to make their stay more comfortable and personal. While there are a variety of improvements to make, both guest-based and owner-based, the same concept drives the need for these changes: differentiation. For hotbed tourist areas that include Inns and Hotels in close proximity to one another, this concept becomes even more necessary to consider. If a tourist spot or sightseeing attraction is nearby, then mere proximity to a 'national landmark' for example, may be a standard offering for other hotels and inns in the area. The key here, is to seek to differentiate yourself to drive appeal with static attractions that other hotels or inns may have.

    On the one hand, building automation systems (that is, differentiation by management style) can be an important key to unlocking the personalized guest experience. On the other hand, preventing difficulties and avoiding annoyances are an extra benefit that these systems provide. As B&B's and hotels are shaped largely by their customer reviews, a line like "pool was freezing cold during our August stay" can be seriously damaging to your reputation. Logging and monitoring temperatures in pools, rooms, food refrigerators, and other guest-based comfort zones (like a sauna) can be an extra safeguard against that type of negative experience. Guests are particular, guests are expectant, and most of all, guests can be sensitive to abnormalities or embarrassing mistakes. Don't be one to find out that your pool's heating system is broken by reading an angry customer review. Prepare yourself for these issues, and lean towards the new and improved "B&B 2.0". Make full use of automation technologies and guest-focused improvements and offerings, and sometimes even the smallest additions can make the largest difference. 


    What improvements, changes, and/or upgrades are you making to your lodging to improve your appeal?

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  • Bed and Breakfast Management: Monitoring, Automation, and Beyond

    The Modern Bed and Breakfast

    Bed and Breakfasts are a unique getaway for city dwellers and suburbanites alike; the allure of a countryside or rural vacation is a refreshing breeze to the trained and hyper-focused urban mind. For some, retiring to the countryside or to a Bed and Breakfast represents a break: a break from technology, routine annoyances, and the distractions that pile up from city life. Interestingly enough, many Inns and Motels are becoming increasingly sensitive to their technology-oriented guests. Owners and operators recognize that automation technology in particular, is a valuable asset for bothmanagement of property, as well as incoming guests. The expectations have been raised to an extent, and the “new school” of Inns and Bed and Breakfasts are smarter, partially or wholly automated, and better managed.

    “Guest-Driven” Automation Systems:

    Many guests crave the ‘hands off’ technology experience when envisioning a quiet getaway. And yet, a balance of the ‘classic’ and ‘modern’ can be an ideal choice for Bed and Breakfast owners that would like to keep their prestige and homegrown flavor, while also enabling more efficient management. But how modern is ‘too modern’, and how smart is ‘too smart’ for the guests that desire the traditional experience?

    Much of this is dependent on the function of your automation. If the goal is to put more power in the hands of the guests, allowing complete freedom and customization of their lodging, a robust or all-inclusive solution may be an attractive one.  SmartThings is a recent Kickstarter project that provides this type of solution, and to quote their website “Imagine being able to control everyday things like your lights, fans, heaters, and disco balls from your mobile device. Simply installing SmartApps will allow you to monitor, control, automate, & have fun with your things everywhere.” And surely enough, this system could allow guests tremendous freedom in personalizing their experience. Guests could adjust their lodging conditions easily from a Smartphone by using this system, and could automate settings (like temperature and lighting) to fit their ideal vacationing experience. 

    In the future, guests may be in complete control of their lodging, and this could really drive the feeling of “home away from home”. Still, the ability to “set” certain features from a Smartphone or computer is a touch of ‘cool’ on a classic experience, but may not be practical for guests and cost-conscious owners.


    Large-Scale Automation

    A building automation system can be a highly efficient management tool. For instance, ICONICS’ FacilityWorX is a complete system that provides cost reduction, increased security, alarming, and increased energy efficiency. The question really becomes, whether the need for automation is holistic, or incremental in nature. Many Bed and Breakfasts cannot afford the cost of a sophisticated automation system, and many don’t need a feature-rich offering if the property is smaller and already well-maintained. Owners may require smaller solutions to confront these issues, and while holistic building automation makes a Bed and Breakfast “smart”, owners will likely seek simplicity and cost-effectiveness over complexity.

     Also, check out our FREE E-Book on Temperature Monitoring with extra tips for Property Management.

    Incremental Automation

     The need for disco ball automation or complete building management is questionable to many owners (and rightfully so), but the fact remains: there are several important monitoring points in any Bed and Breakfast, and some of the smaller automation solutions can be extremely useful.

    Energy is one example; an automation or monitoring solution that measures energy usage can help drive down costs, and an energy efficient property can be a nice “feature” that guests may appreciate. Still, even if guests aren’t the beneficiary, owners can appreciate these incremental solutions with the cost savings and control. As another example, temperature monitoring can be an important variable to consider (especially for those in sensitive climates). Owners that use a simple temperature monitoring device can be quickly alerted if rooms or lodgings are becoming unfit for guests. As the saying goes, a first impression goes a long way, and an overheated lodging is not ideal for a new guests. Simple security solutions, like SimpliSafe, are yet another way to ensure security on the property without investing in a complete (and expensive) solution.

    For Bed and Breakfasts that have seasonal schedules, owners may also find themselves away from the property for several months out of the year.  Again, the temperature of the property (boiler rooms, food storages, and guest rooms) is an important variable to monitor during the “off season”.  Temperature monitoring solutions are cost-effective, simple, and can help drive down maintenance costs by alerting to a potential issue before it evolves into a problem.


    Automation, or not?

    The Bed and Breakfast of the future may utilize automation products to bring personalized comfort to guests, to simplify property management, or to safeguard against simple environmental concerns. For some, many automation products dwell in irrelevancy and are more of an extra.

    Whatever the case may be, what automation techniques are you including in your own Bed and Breakfast, and how deep are you driving the concept of automation?  Let us know in the comments section!


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  • Top 5 Tips: Bed and Breakfast Owners

    Bed and Breakfasts, in a nutshell, are a personal, 'grandma's house' type of vacationing experience. The all-inclusive feel of a house, home cooked meals, and a gracious host is a nice recess from a buttoned-up hotel. 

    For many Bed and Breakfast owners, the duties and responsibilites that are involved in management can be tricky. Guests will often overlook the attention to detail, and will forget that running a Bed and Breakfast is hardly a simple operation.  Imagine a Bed and Breakfast to be a 'simple, lemonade stand' operation? Think again, and be reassured that it's a full time job. Owners are responsible for management of the property, upkeep of grounds and buildings, presentation of experience, amenities, meals, and not to mention, the overall 'experience' of the guests! Owners, take these food and hygiene tips for your Bed and Breakfast to ensure a premier experience for your guests, and pay special attention to legislation (differs by state) that may apply! 


    1. Keep Bacteria Away!

    From the South Carolina Bed and Breakfast Act:

    "A refrigerator or an oven used in a residential kitchen shall have a nonstationary, interior thermometer to monitor foodtemperatures. The storage temperature for perishable foods shall not exceed 45 Fahrenheit. The preparation temperaturefor baked foods shall be 140 Fahrenheit or more." One of the worst mishaps for a Bed and Breakfast can be food contamination. Guests may already be a bit skeptical about food preparation from a stranger, and stories of sickness and/or unsanitary food can push a Bed and Breakfast out of business (if not from guest reviews, from health violations).


    2. Leverage History!

    A thorough Bed and Breakfast will explores the history and prestige of the property with their guests. For Bed and Breakfast owners, be sure to educate yourself (and your guests!) on the significance of the property, the house, and other information that you can uncover about your dwelling. If guests expect a 'down-home' experience, fill their wonder with a little history lesson. This form of "storytelling" and property intelligence can be the 'hook' that seperates an "average" Bed and Breakfast experience from a memorable one.


    3. Keep grounds polished, and the website current!

    We often say that beauty is on the inside, but in the case of Bed and Breakfast's, this insight is sometimes overlooked. Owners can sometimes be caught up in guest interaction and in-house management tasks, that they may neglect the outside grounds. Instead, owners should rememeber that the property has an "image", and that image is affected by the first impressions of guests. If guests notice untrimmed hedges, dead grass, and a general lack of cleanliness on the outside, why should they expect different on the inside?

    Also remember that if your homepage display a fancied picture of your inn/property, make sure to rotate the image based on seasonal changes. Summer travelers aren't exactly encouraged to stay a Bed and Breakfast that looks stuck in the winter, and vice versa. Update, update, update!


    4. Read reviews, and Respond!

    Remember that your online presence is very important in customer influence. Since you are a 'personalized' hotel room, potential guests are more likely to seek reviews and real-time examples of the service. They want to ensure the quality of the service, since there isn't neccesarily a brand to attach themselves to.

    Be aware that even with a bad experience, guests will appreciate the personal response. Often, guests with bad experiences (who recieve responses from the owner) are slightly less "negative" in the eyes of potential guests, since the owner has publicly addressed the issues and is taking a proactive approach. As a property owner, this mentality is important for reassuring would-be guests.


    5. Above and Beyond

    Your guests are likely seeking an escape from the branded Motel 6's and uniformity in lodging. They want a special experience, and will depend on you to lead the show. Create your own theme, your own feeling of 'home', and hone in on the small details. Would-be occupants will notice the hand-embrodiered napkins and the special "twists" on classic meals. Turn your "Chicken Cacciatore" and "Grits and Gravy" into a "House Special" or "Grandma's Gruel", and keep perpetuating the "home away from home" feeling.

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  • Prepare for Winter: Quick Monitoring Tips for Property Managers

    Despite the low temperatures and resulting struggles of late (particuraily in the Northeast) , 2012 data remarks this year as the hottest on record (for many states). Still, even with reports of record "highs" throughout the country despite no new "lows", the daunting winter months lie ahead. For homeowners and property managers, this can be a stressful time of year; failed water heaters and/or burst pipes. We've put together this short list to help you prepare for 2013's arctic assault:

    1. Know the heat thresholds!

    Most states have different guidelines for heat and hot water within homes and apartments, from specfic temperatures to seasonal adjustments. Temperature Monitoring devices are perfect for detecting faults in room temperature. This chart from the NYC  Department of houseing preservation and development illustrates a nice rule of thumb. During the winter months, homes should be kept above 68 degrees at a minimum. For hot water, a year-round minimum of 120 degrees farenheit is the baseline for New York dwellings. Propety managers need to make sure that they fall within state guidelines on both room temperature and hot water. For specific information on your state and law requirements, please check with the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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    2. Monitor and insulate those pipes!

    As winter brings the coldest temperatures to your basement, water pipes are of particular concern as the temperature drops. Air temperature in zones with delicate heating and/or water pipes must be adequately monitored to prevent bursting. Still, the question remains, when exactly does this become a concern? For southern states (and as a general rule of thumb, according to the Institute for Business and Home Safety, 20 degrees farenheit* is the calculated threshold for pipe bursting. Be sure to monitor rooms with pipes closely when the temperature drops below 20 to prevent bursting

    Quick Tip! If you suspect freezing in your pipes, run a faucet or drip from the sink to help relieve some of the pressure that may be building up within. Be aware that a 1/8'' crack in a pipe can leak up to 250 gallons of water a day! 

    Quick Tip! Double up on insulation. An exposed pipe is a hazardous pipe, and any further exposure to the elements can lead to bursting. Also, be sure to check for leaks or gaps between sealants. Cover all of the nooks and crannies! See our blog article on pipe bursting for more information and applicable solutions.


    3. Listen and Respond: Your Occupants

    Aside from our suggestions, we can't stress enough the importance of communication. For the property managers that may not always be on premises, your tenants will have the best feedback as to the real-time concerns of your building. Make sure to alert (and educate!) them to the potential hazards that cold weather can bring to their homes, and encourage tenants to address concerns or problems quickly. 

    Quick Tip!

    Devise a two-fold strategy that relies on both technology and the human element for your property. Temperature sensors can alert you to major changes or potential problems for your property, a must for a remote owner. The human monitors ensure that no small problem goes unnoticed, and the incremental insight can help prevent an impending disaster. Check out our FREE E-Book for more tips.

    *This threshold is based upon research conducted by the Building Research Council at the University of Illinois. Field tests of residential water systems subjected to winter temperatures demonstrated that, for un-insulated pipes installed in an unconditioned attic, the onset of freezing occurred when the outside temperature fell to 20°F or below. This finding was supported by a survey of 71 plumbers practicing in southern states, in which the consensus was that burst-pipe problems began to appear when temperatures fell into the teens. However, freezing incidents can occur when the temperature remains above 20° F. Pipes exposed to cold air (especially flowing air, as on a windy day) because of cracks in an outside wall or lack of insulation are vulnerable to freezing at temperatures above the threshold. However, the 20°F temperature alert threshold should address the majority of potential burst-pipe incidents in southern states.

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  • Don't Let Your Pipes Freeze This Winter!

    Winter weather is well on its way and so aren't those dropping temperatures. When you own a vacation property, it is very important to monitor your property while you are a way. There are many concerns for today's vacation home owners such as damage from frozen pipes including mold growth to flooding. Temperature@lert provides low cost options to monitor your home away from home so that you can feel at ease while you are away.

    For example, Tom W. owns a vacation home and had monitoring concerns, contacted us for a solution:

    When Tom started looking at ways to ensure that the pipes in his Michigan vacation home didn’t freeze over the long, dormant winter; he noticed a major problem with existing products.  Whether it was internet access or a phone line, they all required a wire into the home to be able to send out an alarm. 
    When a winter storm rolls through and knocks out power and phone lines, the out-of-the-way, rural vacation home spots are usually the last to have services restored.  Not knowing how long it would take to restore power, it became clear that the existing temperature monitoring options weren’t going to suffice.
    Tom chose the Temperature@lert Cellular device because it sends temperature readings over the AT&T/T-Mobile wireless phone networks back to the 24/7 Sensor Cloud system.  Tom can log onto the Sensor Cloud website from anywhere in the world and see realtime temperature readings of what’s going on inside his second home.  In addition, when the power does get knocked out, the built-in battery back-up in the Cellular device can last for weeks on a single charge.  As if that weren’t enough for peace of mind; when the temperature falls below 50°F, Tom receives a text message while his neighbor receives a phone call indicating that something has happened to the heat in the house.
    I am very pleased with my purchase of the cellular temperature monitor.  I looked at a number of other remote temperature monitoring systems but in my view, Temperature@lert is by far the most reliable and cost effective solution for people that require temperature monitoring of a vacation property or second residence.  It’s less than half the cost of the landline I had in there (which is now disconnected!).  So, I actually save money each month with Temperature@lert.  The device has consistently performed well since the day it was activated.  Thanks for designing such a unique monitoring device - I will remain a very loyal and happy customer.

    For more information on how to properly monitor your vacation home, please drop us an email to info@temperaturealert.com or submit a quote request.

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  • What Can You Monitor with Temperature@lert?

    When deciding on a Temperature@lert solution, generally you would have something in mind for the application prior to purchase.  Of course we have our standard industries that require the use of our products; however, there are many imaginative ways consumers have thought up that have opened a new world of monitoring possibilities.  

    Here are some of the innovative uses that have been implemented:

    • R/V pet monitoring 
    • HVAC systems
    • Warehouses
    • Wine storage
    • Ovens 
    • BBQ Smokers
    • Cryogenic Freezers
    • Food Trucks
    • Reefer Trucks
    • Kennels
    • Police K9 vehicles
    • Water Tanks 
    • Ponds
    • Farms/Barns
    • Chicken Coops
    • Portable bio-pharmaceutical cooling units
    • Steam Pipes
    • Incubators
    • Boiler rooms
    • Crops
    • Greenhouses
    • Explosives
    • Vacation homes
    • Candy factories
    • Vacant commercial property
    • Boiler rooms
    • Crawl spaces
    • Outdoor Cooling Units
    • Saunas
    • Hot tubs

    Of course these applications would not be possible without our smart sensors:

    • Temperature
    • Humidity
    • Flood
    • Expanded Range Temperature
    • Tank Level
    • Pressure
    • Leaf Wetness
    • Soil Moisture
    • Wind Direction
    • WInd Speed
    • Rainfall
    • CO2
    • O2
    • Dry Contact
    • Stainless Steel Temperature
    • Wine Bottle Temperature

    With the implementation of our smart sensors, the possibilities are endless in discovering solutions for your monitoring needs.  If you need a solution for your monitoring we're here to help, just send us a quick quote request: Quote Inquiry. Or if you have an interesting way you use your device, we'd love to hear about it, email info@temperaturealert.com.

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  • Tip: Don't Leave Your Vacation Home Unprotected

    It's that time of the year again, summer is ending and it is time to leave the summer homes. Between the fears of an infestation of mold to the freezing of pipes, there's a plenitude of changes in your seasonal home's mini weather pattern that can significantly damage your seasonal escape. 

    There are a couple of different ways to protect your vacation home from traditional to new methods. Traditionally, many have year-long neighbors that can check in or a property management company that looks in from time to time. However, this requires dependence on others and their availabilities. This method of monitoring may not always be the most effective in preventing damage because of this. Contemporary methods require extensive expensive security systems or auto-dialers. Although they are fairly new innovations for monitoring your seasonal home, they may not be the most cost effective and may not function properly during a storm or outage. 

    This is where Temperature@lert steps in to save your summer home. By using our Cellular edition, you would be able to monitor your vacation home remotely without worrying about unnecessary costs or failures due to storms and power outages. By placing sensors near the fastest changes in temperature in your home, you will be alerted in time to prevent damage. Thousands of dollars of damage can be caused by humidity and temperature changes. By placing a Cellular Edition in your home with a temperature/humidity combination sensor, you can return to your home knowing that your home away from home is safely protected. Feel free to check-in via iPhone or Android apps or any browser (including mobile browser) at any moment to make sure that there is no issues. With multiple alerts available, you can alert yourself as well as a friend or neighbor to check-in when a threshold has been reached.

    If you would like help deciding on what is the best set up for monitoring your summer home, please submit a request and we'll be able to assist you in finding the perfect solution. Don't forget to enjoy the rest of your summer!

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  • Protecting properties from frozen water pipe damage with WiFi and cellular technology

    The sun is rising later, setting earlier, and soon the shortest day of the year will be here.  Happy winter season!

    Vacation home owners and property managers in both warmer and colder climates take heed of this time of the year as their buildings can be exposed to freezing temperatures and potential damage to water pipes.

    Temperature@lert's latest White Paper explores the cost of this problem and some possible solutions, from simple, time proven low-cost methods up to the latest wireless communication monitoring systems.  Exploring both WiFi and Cellular based temperature sensor technology, the paper outlines the operation of each, and describes how a browser interface cloud based system can add additional levels of fault tolerant behavior and peace of mind.

    Read this latest Temperature@lert White Paper addition at Link to White Paper

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  • Time to think about protecting that winter vacation home

    Cellular Edition helps vacation home owners and property managers protect homes in the winter.

    It’s that time of year again. The leaves have turned and are mostly gone in many parts of the country.  And early snow has already surprised some states.  For some, thoughts turn to winterizing vacation homes.

    One way we at Temperature@lert know winter is coming is we see an increase in Cellular Edition temperature monitor orders.  Hundreds of cost-conscious folks find us each year to join the leagues of customers who turn on their Temperature@lert Cloud Server cellular service this time each year.

    The Cellular Edition provides the final line of notification defense when heating systems fail and water pipes are in jeopardy of freezing.  Combining reliable cellular networks with battery back-up operation and fault tolerant Sensor Cloud alerting tools, the Cellular Edition lets vacation home and property managers know when temperatures are getting dangerously low.  Even if the power goes out, the Cellular Edition keeps sending out temperature readings and alerts and will even let you know the electrical power goes out before temperatures drop.  And if for some reason the signal cannot get through, the Sensor Cloud can send an alert letting you know the device has not checked in for a few reporting cycles.

    The newly released Water Leak Sensor can also be ordered to be used with the Cellular Edition; it lets you know when there’s a plumbing problem.  And Temperature@lert’s iPhone and Android Apps help bring the information to your smartphone wherever you are.

    To learn more about the Cellular Edition and other Temperature@lert products, check out the Cellular Edition page on our website at Link to Temperature@lert website .

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