3. Wireless Monitoring Systems
Wireless monitoring systems are ideal for retro fitting into existing buildings or reducing installation costs. These systems provide almost real time information, data logging, text and email alarm functions and automated reporting, all without the need for manual intervention.
Signatrol have been awarded a patent for the communications aspect of their spYdaq data logging system.
Designed to monitor and record temperature and humidity in buildings and storage areas, spYdaq enables easy compliance with HACCP, EN12830, FDA CFR21 Part 11 and other relevant standards where careful inviolate monitoring of storage conditions is required for quality reasons and to comply with legislation.
Signatrol have developed and patented a unique, high redundancy data package that ensures that in the event of a collision, no data will be lost, in fact, for a fully populated system, the likelihood of losing a single reading is once in every 67 years, and it is this unique innovation that has been recognised by the UK Patents Office (UK Patent No. 2479520).
There are three options available. The first is the SPYDAQ-1000 base station that connects via USB to a local computer running the SPYMONITOR software to present the data in a conventional web browser. The next option is the SPYDAQ-1000-CLOUD. This version uses the mobile telephone network to upload readings to our secure, managed servers. These servers provide automated backups and impressive reliability and up time. Access to the data is via your web browser and therefore, accessible anywhere where you have Internet access. The final option is SPYDAQ-1000-MODBUS. This version has a MODBUS interface allowing you to bring wireless signals straight into your building management or SCADA systems
Please note, although prices for these products are shown we thoroughly recommend that you take advantage of a FREE OF CHARGE site survey to establish the suitability of the product BEFORE purchasing.
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