Sensaphone 1400 web training now available

Sensaphone announces a new web-based training program for the recently introduced Sensaphone 1400 remote monitor and alarm notification system...

ASTON, PA, May 30, 2006 -- Sensaphone announced the debut of its free online training program for its new line of remote monitoring and alarm notification systems. The Sensaphone® 1400, with its enhanced features, including the ability to sense and alarm on ultra low temperatures down to -85 degrees Celsius, was initially launched in January. The training program will demonstrate the capabilities of the system and offer techniques for maximizing those benefits in science labs, industrial plants, and manufacturing facilities.

The sessions are conducted online and require only Internet access and a telephone. Participants can direct questions to a "live" trainer during each 30-45 minute session.

The Sensaphone 1400 monitors up to four environmental conditions, such as temperature, power, humidity, or water on the floor. When harmful conditions threaten sensitive equipment or materials the unit issues an alarm notification so action can be taken to reduce further damage. The new system offers alarm notifications for up to eight recipients, alarm history reviews, and remote control capabilities. It also comes with a rechargeable battery backup and custom voice messaging on any alarm event. It's packaged in a sealed, lockable enclosure, providing added durability when used in harsh applications.

To register for a free Sensaphone 1400 web-training session, visit www.sensaphone.com or call 1-877-373-2700.

Sensaphone (www.sensaphone.com) stands at the forefront of remote monitor and control solution design, setting industry standards for advancements in technology. The Sensaphone family of products provides a comprehensive line of feature-rich, flexible technology for monitoring equipment, safeguarding property, and reporting critical data. Sensaphone serves a broad range of applications/industries, including telecommunications, network servers, computer rooms, oil and gas, water/wastewater, HVAC & refrigeration, science/health labs, agriculture, greenhouses, and vacation homes.

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