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Absolute Automation Begins Distributing the New Wireless Sensor Gateway System from Sensaphone

May 29, 2012

Sensaphone has just released the newest product in their line of alarm and monitoring dialers and has chosen Absolute Automation as a distributor. With wireless sensors, up to 30 different inputs and MESH networking the WSG-30 is a promising wireless alarm and monitoring solution.

Casco, MI (PRWEB) May 29, 2012

Sensaphone has just released the newest product in their line of alarm and monitoring dialers. Designed and manufactured completely in the United States, the WSG-30 possesses a unique wireless sensor monitoring system that can be applicable in multiple settings. Absolute Automation is a major distributor of all Sensaphone alarm dialers.

Wireless Sensors with MESH Networking

The key advantage to this new device from Sensaphone is the convenience of its wireless sensors. Each wireless sensor is capable of transmitting a signal up to 300 feet wirelessly. Sensors are able to “repeat” other sensors wireless signals, allowing for an unlimited range to be monitored. Communicating with up to 30 wireless sensors, this system´s “mesh network” enables router and repeater usages from each sensor.

In addition, the WSG-30 is also able to provide you with real-time information through automation software. Taking advantage of Modbus protocol, temperature and humidity updates are read through individual sensors and the system is capable of receiving signals from up to 30 different sensors. In general, these features prove to be beneficial to those individuals who may want to monitor refrigerators and freezers, or a multitude of greenhouses where running wires may be inconvenient or costly.

Alarm Notification

Eight user profiles can be programmed into the WSG-30, allowing for four separate contact methods under each one. This totals 32 potential alarm notifications to connect with you via e-mail or text message. If necessary, when used in a data center environment alarm notifications can also be sent directly to a Network Management Software. SNMP traps allow all status values and programming parameters to be accessed easily using specific commands.

Built-In Alarms

The WSG-30 system monitors its own power supply and built in rechargeable battery. The built in battery provides backup power which provides 2 hours of power to the unit in the event of a power failure or outage.

Local Display

With a four line display and keypad directly on the front of the Sensaphone WSG-30 the 80 character lighted LCD screen allows for a quick and easy examination of the sensors to verify the conditions being monitoring are within acceptable limits.

About Absolute Automation

Absolute Automation has been a distributor of Sensaphone and other related products for over 10 years. Specializing in residential, commercial and even industrial applications their sales and technical support staff is knowledgeable and can assist purchasers in choosing the right alarm dialer for their needs.

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