Wireless humidity and temperature monitor
Sensor from Omega can send information or alarm as a text message or email.
Omega’s new series of wireless humidity and temperature monitoring and alarming systems features real time notification of humidity and temperature deviations, and features a user programmable alarm that can be configured to send a message via text, screen alarm, or email if an alarm condition occurs. The OM-CP-Thermalert-RH is equipped with wireless two-way communication, precision RTD sensing element and a long-lasting battery. This CE compliant product is ideally designed for laboratories, warehouses and other environments where humidity monitoring is critical. Ideal for pharmaceutical storage areas and other critical environments that require constant monitoring of temperature and humidity.
Edited by Peter Welander, email@example.com
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