Applications for IoT Remote Temperature and Humidity Sensors

IoT Remote Temperature & Humidity Monitoring

Remote Temperature and Humidity Monitoring is key to knowing the conditions of many facilities, assets, and projects across the spectrum. This type of condition based monitoring can be a fundamental part of several applications, that of which benefit from remote temperature and humidity monitoring. From simple indoor facilities, to refrigeration, ultra low temperature freezers, to ultra high temperature boiler rooms. NCD’s IoT Industrial Remote Temperature and Humidity Sensors can change the game of your facility or assets when it comes to predictive maintenance.

Precise readings with every transmission! Read more below about applications that may be used with NCD's IoT Remote Temperature and Humidity Sensors!

Refrigerated Vehicle Monitoring

Any truck, tractor trailer or other vehicle equipped with refrigeration equipment will need to have its air and product temperatures at a lower level than the outside elements (generally speaking.) This can also be applied to the humidity level in a temperature controlled vehicle as well. NCD’s Industrial IoT Remote Temperature and Humidity Sensors are able to achieve the goal of this condition based monitoring. When a traveling vehicle is furnished with refrigeration equipment, the goal is to keep the temperature at a consistent level, different than that of the external air. This condition based monitoring allows the product to move from “Point A” to “Point B” with the confidence of ensuring its safe delivery. 

Refrigerated Vehicle Monitoring

Facility Temperature and Humidity Level

Iot Remote Temperature Sensor

When an industrial facility’s manager needs to be away from the building, NCD has your back. Production facilities, much of the time, operate on a 24/7 basis and temperature and humidity need to be monitored as such. Along with air temperature and humidity monitoring, is also the need to monitor certain assets within the facility. Depending on the industry, remote temperature monitoring is beneficial to ensure a motor does not overheat, or to track if an HVAC system is staying within the correct temperatures. Other facets within an industrial building that may need monitoring include: pipe temperature, boiler systems, or a refrigeration/freezer system.

Freezer Storage for Food Services

Whether considering a restaurant, convenience store, a grocery retailer, or food supplier, it’s imperative that those responsible are always aware of cooler and freezer temperatures. NCD has built an Industrial IoT Remote Temperature and Humidity Sensor to monitor all cold temperature needs for long term food storage across the board. Need a temperature sensor solution for shorter term coolers? No problem. NCD’s RTD Temperature Sensors (as well as others) can also continuously monitor coolers ideal for grocers and other businesses with high volume turnover of food products.

Iot Remote Temperature Sensor

Ultra-low Freezer for Pharmaceuticals and Vaccines

With the rise of COVID-19 and other viruses in recent years, the need for pharmaceutical and vaccine storage is growing. NCD’s Industrial Iot Remote Temperature Sensors can sample extremely low temperatures for pharmaceutical and storage needs. NCD understands the incredibly precise needs of pharmaceutical and vaccine storage, and our Temperature Sensors hold an industrial grade accuracy of ±0.5°C FS.

Remote Monitoring, Vaccine Storage

Server Room Monitoring

Iot Remote Temperature Sensor

Server rooms are growing larger by the day. With all the data that needs to be gathered and stored, it’s essential that physical server rack temperature stays within a safe range. Server rooms can rise to a very high temperature if not monitored and controlled properly. NCD’s Industrial IoT Wireless Temperature Humidity Sensors can ensure that no matter the number of physical racks it has, you can remotely monitor temperature and humidity within your server area.

Greenhouse and Grow House Temperature & Humidity Monitoring

NCD’s Industrial IoT Remote Temperature and Humidity Sensors are also ideal for all facets of agricultural condition based monitoring. Greenhouses and grow houses must operate at an ideal temperature and humidity level, depending on the plant being grown. Any variations in these parameters may result in a yield loss, thus wasting time, money and resources. This not only affects the business owner, but trickles down to the consumer. Keep your fruits, vegetables, flowers, and all other greenery safe with temperature and humidity monitoring. 

Iot Remote Temperature Sensor, Greenhouse

Livestock Houses and Barn Monitoring

Agricultural yields are a hot commodity these days. With the onset of Covid-19, supply and demand of all animal products have changed dramatically. It’s essential to not only farmers, but business owners such as those of bars, restaurants, grocery stores and others to carefully monitor and curate stock depending on the current climate. 

Livestock operations that must be kept indoors for prolonged periods, such as industrial chicken houses will be kept at a certain temperature to keep said livestock thriving, and alive. A change in temperature while the owner is away could result in catastrophe. Commercial farm entities must adhere to specific hygiene guidelines, and some of these include temperature. NCD’s Industrial IoT Remote Temperature and Humidity Sensor can help the farmer or business owner stay within these parameters.

Commercial Farm, Remote Monitoring

Hospitals, Healthcare Facilities & Schools

Iot Remote Temperature Humidity Sensor

Keeping hospitals, healthcare facilities and schools at an optimum temperature is not only for comfort, but also for safety. Airborne disease and bacteria flourish in environments that aren’t cooled properly, or that may not have proper ventilation systems. Depending on the time of year, and facility, those temperature and humidity needs may change. Generally speaking, a large facility with high census or attendance will need to be at a lower temperature during the warmer months of the year to ensure a safer environment. During the cooler months, the temperature may be kept slightly higher, but humidity levels must be consistently maintained to ensure safety against harmful germs. Along with temperature control, it is also crucial that facilities have proper ventilation so as not to transfer harmful airborne illnesses to the outside environment.