Monitor HVAC/R systems remotely

System monitor provides energy managers and facility managers with instant access to energy and HVAC/R systems data via the Internet.

01/16/2008


System monitor provides energy managers and facility managers with instant access to energy and HVAC/R systems data via the Internet. The system combines data logging hardware with built-in GSM cellular communications and HOBOlink, a Web-enabled software platform that allows users to access current and historical data, set alarm notifications and relay activations, and manage and control monitoring systems. The system measures temperature, gauge and differential pressure, relative humidity, kW, kWh, AC voltage, AC amps, DC amps, and CO 2 . The system’s alarm capabilities enable users to set up alarm conditions for any connected sensors and receive automatic notification via email or cell phone text messages when monitored conditions exceed user-defined limits.
Onset Computer Co.





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