Large stores of grain and seed can mean a significant risk of loss due to heat generation and the formation of mould and rot. By measuring changes in temperature and humidity, TeleSense warns its users and helps to ensure optimal quality and store security.
Potatoes and onions
Large stores of potatoes and onions can mean a significant risk of loss due to heat generation, the formation of mould and rot, and frost. By measuring changes in temperature and humidity, TeleSense warns its users and helps to ensure optimal quality and store security.
Wood pellets, chips and compost
With TeleSense, users can remotely monitor chips and wood pellets that are in storage. TeleSense monitors temperature and humidity. When it comes to wood chips, it is important that the evaporation of water occurs under controlled conditions.
In the case of any undesirable developments, you will be informed via email or SMS
TeleSense develops, produces and sells wireless sensors which measure temperature and relative humidity. Our products are used to monitor and ensure the security of biological products.
Our products have won a range of prizes and accolades thanks to their intelligent wireless network, ease of use and minimal maintenance requirements.
A TeleSense system consists of: • Sensors which are placed in the biomass to measure temperatures and any relative humidity. • A base station which is installed centrally and powered via a 12V lead acid battery or 12V power supply. • A software package which can be used to set critical alarm setpoints for the sensors in your stores.
Check your stores from your PC or smart phone
TeleSense has a simple interface which makes it easy for users to monitor their stores. It takes no longer than the amount of time you need to log in to your mail account and check your emails. And it can be accessed from your PC, tablet or mobile.
In reality, it is not even necessary to check the system, as the system's alerts will always make you aware of any changes in temperature or humidity that need to be investigated.