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Protect your Property with a Remote Monitor, Alarm, and Data Logging System

Sensaphone 1800 Remote Monitoring and Alarm Notification System with NEMA 4X Solid Door Enclosure
The Sensaphone 1800 provides reliable, easy to use monitoring for a wide array of applications; ideal for monitoring water treatment facilities and agricultural environments. This cost effective model includes eight universal inputs to provide the flexibility you want while monitoring the most critical of conditions. Sensors, sold separately, can monitor environmental conditions and temperature, all the way down to -85° C. The 4-20mA input choice means that the Sensaphone 1800 can be used with a wide variety of transducers. If a problem occurs, it can be programmed to contact up to eight people using the custom alarm information you record yourself, so you always know the nature of the alarm situation. Using the built-in output allows you to automatically, manually, even remotely control devices. Additionally, it can upload status and history information to a web server. On the front of the unit are LED indicators to show the operating status. For added security, the Sensaphone 1800 comes with a weatherproof NEMA 4X Solid Door Enclosure.

The Sensaphone 1800 provides a significant step up over the Sensaphone 800. While performing all of the functions of the 800, the 1800 not only makes voice phone calls, but can send text messages to cell phones and alphanumeric pagers and comes in a sealed, weatherproof, lockable enclosure, making it suitable for harsh or corrosive environments.

Voice phone calls are customized, so that users can hear each alarm described in detail and in their own voice. The 1800 is perfect for ultra-low freezer monitoring all the way down to -85° C. Also built into the 1800 is a system that identifies who responds to any alarm phone call, and tracks respondents with a history log. Read more

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