Valarm’s Real-Time Monitoring brings you freezer and fridge sensor information that saves you money and helps you better understand your business.
A broken or malfunctioning refrigerator or freezer can mean a loss of thousands of dollars of product. Understanding what your cooling and freezing devices are doing in real-time is critical to understanding the core of your business.
This Valarm Monitoring Unit has been designed specifically for monitoring temperature zones within cooling units.
This unit has two channels of input (via two thermocouple sensors per each sensor unit). This means that you can monitor two different units, or you can monitor different zones within a single unit.
Additionally, this unit can be expanded to 2, 4, 6, and more input channels. The Valarm unit is configurable to measure and monitor any number of criteria, such as light, humidity, the temperature of the air outside of the cooling system, or how much power, energy, and electricity a cooling unit is drawing.
All of this remote monitoring information is available at your finger tips in real-time on any device with a web browser when you go to Valarm Tools Cloud – tools.valarm.net.
The unit in the pictures has these key components in it:
- Wireless Sensor Hub
- Thermocouple Sensor that provides two channels of temperature
- Meteo Sensor that provides the ambient temperature, humidity and barometric pressure outside the cooling unit
All of the remote sensor and monitoring information is uploaded in real-time to Valarm Tools Cloud (tools.valarm.net ) using your standard WiFi / wireless internet connection. Note that GSM and ethernet sensor hubs are also available and may work better for your scenario. This step by step video tutorial shows how easy it is for you to configure your Valarm remote monitoring systems in less than 4 minutes.
Temperature Sensors Graph from Valarm Tools Cloud – http://tools.valarm.net. The image above displays the data streaming from the two cooling units and from the ambient temperature outside of the units. The yellow line indicates an event that occurred where the temperature of the freezer went up for an extended period of time. You can then see the temperature begin to stabilize.
With your remote temperature, freezer, and refrigerator monitoring, you can use custom Valarm Web Dashboards with YOUR logo just like these you see here for:
- Remote temperature, humidity, rain, wind, wild fire risk monitoring
- Chemical tank levels and volumes
- Water usage with water well levels / depths and water pump flow meter rates
We’ll do everything we can to make sure your Industrial IoT, remote monitoring, and sensor telemetry deployments are a success! We’re here to help in any way we can.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions!