Remote monitoring, alarm notification systems
Model 1400 remote monitor and alarm notification system from Sensaphone is designed for multiple applications. It can sense and alarm on ultra-low temperatures to–85 °C.
Aston, PA — Sensaphone ’s 1400 remote monitor and alarm notification system has the ability to sense and alarm on ultra-low temperatures to–85 °C. Designed for multiple applications, including industrial and chemical manufacturing plants and science labs, the system reviews alarm history and who acknowledged the alarm event. It provides customized voice messages and eight recipient alarm notifications and monitors up to four environmental conditions, including temperature, power, humidity, or water on the floor. Built-in alarm test function simulates and tests the notification process.
Other features include a plug-in power supply and a rechargeable battery backup. Four universal inputs support NC, NO, and 4-20 mA transducers or temperature sensors. System is packaged in a sealed, lockable enclosure for use in harsh application areas. A keypad and speaker are available for voice-prompted local programming. System is also accessible remotely; any touch-tone phone can be used to check the status of monitored conditions or make programming changes.
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