Get alerts when the heat and/or power goes out:
· Frozen pipes, air conditioning failures, and mold resulting from high humidity can be disastrous situations to face, and can result in hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages.
· USB, WiFi, and Cellular Edition products provide temperature and flood monitoring with
alarms before a heating system failure can damage your commercial or residential property.
· Email, SMS, and phone messages can be sent when temperatures reach warning levels while log files are maintained for historical purposes.
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Temperature@lert Cellular Edition monitors the ambient air temperature and sends email, text message, or phone call alerts when the temperature exceeds the user-determined limits. The unit is simple to install... Learn More
Temperature@lert’s standalone WiFi-enabled sensor monitors the ambient air temperature and emails you when the server room or other enclosed space gets too hot or cold. The unit doesn’t require a PC to run... Learn More || |
Temperature@lert’s USB Edition is a low-cost, reliable temperature monitoring device ideally suited to server rooms. This product monitors the ambient air temperature, connects to Windows servers, and is capable of sending alerts via email... Learn More || |
Additional options include humidity sensors, flood sensors, power monitoring, various cable lengths, NIST certifications, and more.
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Staying Out of Hot Water with Monitored Water Heaters!
Naturally, college dormitories are maintenance-heavy facilities. Residencies often receive numerous maintenance requests a day. As a facilities manager, it is crucial to be notified immediately of any problems with water or air temperature as they occur, before they become problems for your tenants. Moreover, keeping logs of water and air temperature throughout the facility is an invaluable resource to assure tenants that you are aware of the problem and have promptly taken appropriate action.
That is why Bluefield State College Research and Development Corporation, a locally based non-profit organization that provides dormitory housing for higher education, conference room facilities, technology-based small business incubator facilities, and economic development enhancement for southern West Virginia and southwest Virginia has deployed Temperature@lert’s WiFi Edition to ensure that environmental controls and necessary amenities can be easily and safely monitored by student Resident Advisors (RA’s).
Gerald James, Executive Director
“Temperature@lert's Wi-Fi Edition is a valuable tool to assure our customers that any issues with their hot water, heating and AC, or pool heat are immediately addressed. We now enjoy the advantages of a networked notification solution that reliably creates and sends alerts at times when issues occur without the expensive implementation and overhead typically associated with other systems. In the past, checking these systems involved either waiting on a report of failure from a customer or sending a student RA around to physically check the systems. Now these systems are monitored from the front desk and the automatic alerts allow us to get an immediate start in resolving the failure."
In one memorable incident, a student who was concerned about hot water temperature in his room was able to be shown immediately that the water temperature in the hot water supply system had not only been operating the morning in question, but continuously for the past several weeks. “Being able to immediately pull up the data with the student and view the graph together helped not only to address a potentially legitimate complaint but also assured the student our operations were being continuously monitored and when problems arise, we are notified and can address them right away,” noted Mr. James.
Better Check Your Utilities!
Property management involves much upfront investment for commercially and residentially zoned buildings. This immense investment needs to be protected and properly managed in order to maintain the integrity of the land and/or building.
Saint Credit Property Services requested Temperature@lert’s help in maintaining and recording the temperature of over 10 utility closets for each of their properties. The temperature of these rooms affected the functionality of the entire building. Monitoring and ensuring the integrity of these utility closets significantly reduced cost and worry for Saint Credit Property Services.
“We found a need in commercial real estate to monitor the temperature of our properties. We decided to purchase the Temperature@lert’s Cellular device due to our installation location. We are using these devices to monitor the temperature of our utility rooms in our vacant properties. All of our utilities (phone, water, heat, sprinkler, etc.) are in one central location. If the temperature were to exceed a certain level, the entire utility system of the vacant property would be destroyed. Replacing or fixing these utility lines would cost lots of money and time.
The Temperature@lert Cellular device was easy to install and use. We installed upward of 10 units in each of our properties. So far, our experience with the product has been positive and we look forward to work with Temperature@lert in the future.”
Don’t Let the Pipes Freeze
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.
Tom W., Second Home Owner, Chicago, IL
“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.”