Home Controls is excited to introduce a new WiFi version of the very popular Temperature@lert system. The the Temperature@lert WiFi Temperature Monitor, you can monitor the temperature of any environment with an Internet connection. No computer is required! This device connects to your network via 802.11b/g wireless (or wired ethernet) to automatically email you when the surrounding temperature falls outside your set range. It’s perfect for monitoring server rooms, offices, labs, homes, commercial buildings and more.
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- Receive real-time temperature alerts via email, text, or phone call
- Connects to your network via WiFi or wired Ethernet
- Sends daily status email with previous day’s log of readings
- Set multiple temperature and humidity alert levels
- Compact size fits anywhere
Round the Clock Temperature Monitoring
Standard email alerts are sent when the temperature goes out of your acceptable range, allowing you to take timely corrective action. You can customize the alert message to be sent continuously or just once when triggered. Temperature Alert also lets you know if the temperature returns to your acceptable range, indicating that the problem is solved. You can even set up optional status emails with current temperature readings inside your acceptable range.
How It Works
Temperature Alert comes with a 6-foot (1.8 m) External Temperature Sensor/Cable to monitor ambient temperature. The sensor connects to the monitor via one of the four RJ-12 jacks on the unit. Up to three optional sensors, such as a temperature/humidity sensor (sold separately), can be plugged into the extra jacks for expanded functionality.
Accurate to within half a degree Celsius, the included sensor can report temperatures from -55 to 125 degrees C (-67 to 257 degrees F). Real-time graphing and XML support provide you with the tools you need to integrate temperature readings into websites or third party applications.
Temperature Alert requires little to no technical knowledge to use. However, because the unit operates on Linux, you can develop your own code to customize the device. You also have the option to sign up for Sensor Cloud, a subscription web-based interface where you can set and modify alarm limits, send multiple email/text/phone call alerts, set multiple alarm levels for escalation, store and retrieve data for up to one year, and download free smartphone apps. Visit temperaturealert.com/sensorcloud to learn more.