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USB USB Temperature Sensor
  • Direct connection to USB port
  • Email alerts only
  • Temp monitoring only
  • Text and XML log files for export
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WIFI WiFi Temperature Sensor
  • Minimal network setup
  • Actionable email alerts
  • Monitors Temperature
  • Humidity & flood sensors available
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Cellular Cellular Temperature Sensor
  • Plug and play with no network setup
  • Alerts via phone, SMS, or email
  • Temp, humidity, power, & more
  • ZPoint wireless sensors available
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How it Works:



Just choose the location that you want to monitor.

Monitor any server room, laboratory, refrigerator, home and more.

2. Set Alert notification threshold


Customize your alert threshold for your specific need.

Get alerts by email, phone, and SMS with SensorCloud

3. You receive real-time notifications


24/7 sensor monitoring that alerts you to worrying changes.

Take preventive action, run reports, and keep log files for your records and compliance
Monitoring over 50,000 sensors
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Reasons to buy temperature@lert:

  • Real time temperature alerts
  • Easy to Use
  • No batteries to change
  • Includes free upgrades/support
  • Optional Pressure, 4-20mA, flood & more!

Install in under a minute

about temperature@lert

Temperature is a significant threat to companies around the world, especially in data centers, server and telecommunications rooms, biotechnology/pharmaceutical/medical facilities and companies requiring commercial refrigeration. A temperature change can cost thousands, if not millions of dollars in damage and lost productivity.

Temperature@lert’s cloud-based temperature monitoring solutions provide real-time alerts and historic records to allow customers to immediately react to potentially disastrous temperature fluctuations and provide logs for regulatory requirements. Temperature@lert has more than 40,000 devices installed in over 50 countries around the globe.

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