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Remote Temperature Monitoring Alert System

Posted on January 27, 2015 | in Air Conditioning | by

Calling all Fish Keeper’s and breeder’s, Egg producer’s, Seed production Companies.

What would it cost if your heaters or cooling plant failed and everything was lost?

Secure and reliable wireless temperature monitoring and control, see it on the web site.

unit6Monitor temperatures, real-time and in global locations. If your server rooms are in Peru and your office is in London no problem! Rhino represents a great way of reducing your temperature monitoring labour cost too! Removing the need for man-powered temperature checks, the Rhino is a wireless self-contained system for monitoring server rooms This could be extended to agricultural applications, environmental and facility management. Because the Rhino automatically sends alerts the minute there is a temperature problem it helps reduce losses incurred by temperature excursions such as cooling planet breakdowns.



o Minimum: – 18C

o Maximum: +40

o Can be set for either Celsius or Fahrenheit

o Flexible pre-set range

o Measured and reported to 0.5C accuracy


1. Automatically measures and logs temperature every 5 minutes
2. Instant alerts on power failures and temperature fluctuation limits, sent directly to engineers or managers via text or email
3. Provides accurate temperature control records for all regulatory bodies, including environmental health and trading standards
4. Rhino unit can be installed in less than two hours following a site survey
5. Easy battery replacement, no tools required.

6. One web page manages all your server rooms with results securely stored and accessible online in real-time web based reports

Android App Available Here

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