How do you remotely monitor noise levels?
- Sound Pressure Levels (SPL), acoustic pressure levels, and noise in decibels
- Methane / CH4 Gas Air Quality
- Ambient Temperature
- Relative Humidity
- Barometric Pressure
- Wind Speed
- Wind Direction
Tools.Valarm.net is an open platform, so you can use sensors made by any hardware manufacturer.
- milliVolt sensor adapters connected to noise sensor / SPL meters
- milliVolt sensor adapters connected to Methane / CH4 air quality sensors
- Meteo micro-weather stations
- Knob switch counter sensor connected to rain sensors
- 4-20 mA sensor adapters connected to wind speed and wind direction sensors
- GSM 3G sensor hubs
All of your sensor information is available in real-time on Tools.Valarm.net. On Valarm Tools Cloud, you can map, graph, analyze, API forward, alert, and do any other business intelligence / analytics you need to do. We'll help you make sure that your remote monitoring systems improve your business operations, while saving your time, and your money.
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