|Support for other environmental alarms: You need to monitor more than temperature. Make sure your next system monitors all your remote site environmental factors, including humidity, flooding, power and security.||Live analog monitoring: You can't adequately monitor temperature with one-threshold discrete alarms. To get effective visibility of remote site temperature, look for a system with four-threshold analog inputs, including live monitoring of actual temperature levels.||Integrated support for monitoring your whole network: Temperature and other remote site environmentals can't be viewed separately from your whole network. Look for a system that can also monitor your revenue-generating equipment like switches, routers, microwave radios, and more.|
|Option 1: TMon / IAM high temperature alarm monitoring system product detail||Option 2: Register for a free Web demo of the TMon/IAM high temperature alarm monitoring system||Option 3: Learn more about high temperature alarm monitoring applications|
High temperature alarm monitoring is just the start of what you should be looking for in a remote network alarm monitoring system. Here's a handy checklist of all the essential features you should look for. Print this checklist out and use it to rate the systems you're evaluating. If a system can't meet these basic requirements, cross it off your list.
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