Temperature Monitor from Digitalquill is the perfect solution for businesses with cold rooms or commercial greenhouses.  The system helps you maintain a constant environmental temperature. If your cold room or greenhouse temperature goes outside of the allowable range then the results could be catastrophic. Often, it puts people in danger. What you need is a system that will monitor the temperature in the background, and alert you when there is a problem.

Temperature Monitor for Cold Rooms

Temperature MonitorTemperature Monitor is a system designed for areas where a consistent temperature, or temperature range, must be maintained. It issues an alert when the temperature goes above or below a set temperature. You can be alerted if the temperature falls outside of a defined range. The system works through a combination of hardware and software. You can configure it to do almost anything.

The system uses hardware temperature monitors. These can be placed in whichever locations you need, in the open air and also within the door seals of freezer rooms. By placing a monitor within the door seal itself, you will be instantly alerted in the event of a failure of the thermal tape in the door. Such a catastrophic failure of the system could lead to the door freezing. If the door freezes shut then staff safety is at risk, and it is consequently very expensive to replace both the door and the stock within the room.

Powerful Alerting System

Temperature Monitor triggers one or more actions whenever an exception event is triggered. Alerts can include triggering a hardware sensor. You may also wish to trigger a heating or cooling system. Temperature Monitor can also send out SMS or email messages. You can even combine the two!

As a result, the Temperature Monitor system is adaptable to suit almost any requirements. Our off-site data storage keeps a safe and secure audit trail of activity, for your total peace of mind.

Digitalquill – Temperature Monitoring Experts

Call Digitalquill today on 01482 424402, email support@digitalquill.co.uk or visit www.digitalquill.co.uk for more information.