The Mobeye ThermoGuard aims to prevent damage by early warning of temperature deviations. Set the minimum and/or maximum temperature limit and let the Mobeye ThermoGuard monitor the ambient temperature. Can operate fully battery powered.
Temperature measurement The temperature sensor is digital and extremely accurate. The minimum and/or maximum temperature limit is adjustable between -35 °C and +70 °C. The sensor is calibrated at the factory and displays the value accurately in decimal.
Alarms In an alarm situation, the Mobeye ThermoGuard sends notifications by app (IOS/Android), telephone call (voice message), text message and/or e-mail. The message also contains the current temperature. For the push messages there is a choice between an escalation plan or group message. With the escalation plan, the recipient can confirm the push message, so that the other contacts no longer receive the message. If none of the recipients confirm the push message, a call will still ring. The number of contacts is unlimited.
External voltage vs battery powered The Mobeye ThermoGuard can run on batteries for a long time and therefore independent of an external power source. Alternatively, a mains adapter is connected (12-24V DC). In this case, the power supply is also monitored directly. If this fails, a message will follow. The internal batteries ensure that the alarm dialer continues to work for a long time. The ThermoGuard will continue to monitor the temperature limits and input contacts and will continue to report alarms. A signal will also be sent when the power supply is restored.
Potential-free alarm inputs In addition to the temperature sensor, the Mobeye ThermoGuard (CM4200) has two NO/NC inputs for the connection of alarm contacts and sensors. It also monitors the status of a device or external sensor, such as an air conditioner or door magnet.
Network and SIM card The Mobeye SIM card gives the device full functionality, including the use of the Mobeye Internet Portal and the app. With the Mobeye SIM card, communication takes place over the 4G LTE-M network with 2G as fallback. When inserting your own SIM card, the device works on 2G. Alarm messages are then sent via SMS and/or call to max. 5 telephone numbers.