1. Temperature Monitoring
Wireless temperature monitoring is becoming more and more common in equipment server rooms, sending an alert when the temperature rises above a certain threshold. The same can be applied to outbuildings, or other places in danger of pipes freezing. In either, threshold temperature alarms from wireless temperature monitoring transmitters can be integrated directly into nearly any security alarm panel.
Temperature monitoring is also an increasingly attractive option for hospitals nationwide, and for clinical labs within the larger institutions. The benefit for clinical laboratorians can be significant: wireless monitoring takes less time than manual logging, it is more efficient, and it provides more accurate and reliable temperature readings.