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Remote monitoring of temperature with SMS/Email alerts

ARGON100 enables low cost temperature monitoring of any location via GPRS connection

Remote monitoring of temperature with alerts
If you need to monitor the temperature at a remote location, or one where it is difficult or too expensive to install a cabled network connection, then doing so with an internet enabled GSM temperature sensor offers many advantages including:

  • Always-on
  • Easy to install – no cabling, up and running quickly
  • Ability to send alerts to one or more phone number/email address
  • Low cost

Typical applications
Some of the applications where remote temperature monitoring systems are deployed include:

  • Fridge/Freezer monitoring
  • Warehouse environmental monitoring
  • Server room temperature monitoring
  • Livestock monitoring of sheds
  • Vulnerable people
  • Monitoring of air-conditioned rooms in case the air conditioning failure
  • Greenhouses - detecting temperature too high or too low
    • Solution – ARGON100
      The ARGON100 is a GSM (GPRS) connected temperature monitoring system capable of monitoring temperatures and providing alerts when the temperature is over or under a set level. The device can be configured with up to 10 mobile phone numbers for sending text message. In addition, users can request the current temperature by sending a text message to the unit and viewing the response. ARGON100 is supplied with an external temperature sensor which can be positioned inside a fridge/freezer or wherever the optimum position is. Other temperature sensor cable lengths are also available.

      Features / Benefits

      • Quick to install and easy to configure – up and running in minutes
      • Compact design to fit any location
      • Quad-band GSM works on all GPRS bands
      • Alert one or more email addresses / mobile numbers

      For more details of the ARGON100 GPRS temperaturing monitoring product please click the link - ARGON 100

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