Use Monnit’s ALTA® temperature monitoring solutions anywhere changes will degrade performance, assets, or safety. If temps rise or fall, get an alert via email, text, or call to step in and protect business.
Firms count on Monnit sensors to monitor food storage, facilities, vaccine fridges, and more. The same sensors deployed by global enterprises to protect mission-critical server rooms are used by artisans to monitor curing salami.
Monnit’s wireless and Power over Ethernet (PoE) temperature sensors are offered in commercial, enterprise, and industrial models spanning from -200°C to +162°C (-328°F to +325°F) to -50°C to +370°C (-58°F to +700°F). Custom temp sensors are also available.
Find the right temperature sensor for the job below
One of Monnit’s broadest sensor families, there’s a temperature monitoring sensor to track temps between -40°C to +125°C (-40°F to +257°F) in virtually any facility—from commercial real estate to agriculture to manufacturing. The line also offers several options to tailor Standard Temperature Sensors to your specific needs. Learn more here.
These sensors monitor high-temperature applications in arid areas for production facilities and building managers. Offered as wireless, Wi-Fi, and Power over Ethernet models, these sensors span from -50°C to +370°C (-58°F to +700°F). Start remotely monitoring boilers, ovens, and more today.
This family of sensors reliably monitors temperatures for irreplaceable inventory or sensitive processes in hospitals, logistics (cold chain), and labs. Monnit’s Low-temperature Sensors range from -200°C to +162°C (-328°F to +325°F) and are offered in a broad assortment—explore them here.
Remotely monitor duct temperature while maintaining a sealed environment. These sensors use an NTC-type thermistor with a UL-listed plenum cable to span from -40°C to +150°C ( -40°F to +302°F) for HVAC testing, environmental monitoring, and more. Find your duct monitoring solution here.
At the push of a button, the Digital Temperature Sensor displays temperatures between -40°C to +125°C (-40°F to +257°F) on an easy-to-read LCD, enabling all personnel to get a temp update. This immediacy also helps those in food services, labs, or pharmaceuticals meet data redundancy requirements. Click here for all of its advantages.