Utilising temperature sensors can often mean the difference between a small and big problem. As you will see below, a simple temperature sensor can save your business fortunes.
Why use Temperature Sensors
Having access to the internal temperature within fridges can give pro-active indications that there is an issue with the system should the temperature rise above or below a certain level.
Maintaining a specific temperature is critical in the cold storage of medicine, food products and certain chemicals. Having real time access to this, notifies management of issues that could cause large issues in the future be it health or moentary.
Thermal imaging can warm of leaks where insulation might be wearing out.
In the event that there are high friction rates, having temperature sensors can indicate whether your bearings are going to fail and thus help increase the life of said sensors.
High temperature, often indicate that electronic components are running to hot which could reduce their life. Having real time information and linking this to an HVAC systems allows managers to pro-actively manage their electronic components. High readings on a temperature sensor might indicate a faulty fan or poor electrical component.