Express II™ Monitoring System Detects Threats to Equestrian Facilities

ASTON, Pa. – Sensaphone®, a leader in monitoring technology, offers the Express II™ system that remotely monitors equestrian facilities to keep animals, equipment and inventory safe and operations running smoothly.

Express 2The system is ideal for monitoring stables, barns, pens and storage areas. When the Express II system detects a problem such as temperature change, humidity fluctuation or power outage, it immediately alerts up to 48 people with custom phone calls. This instant notification of condition changes enables personnel to take fast corrective action and quickly address a potentially critical situation.

Only one Express II unit is required to monitor up to eight conditions including temperature (from -85 °F to 300 °F), humidity, power, fire, carbon dioxide and security. Because the Express II is expandable to include up to 40 channels, it is ideal for facilities that require many monitoring points or anticipate future expansion.

The internal rechargeable battery backup provides 12 hours of continuous monitoring and alerts, in the event of a power outage. Each unit is sealed in an enclosure to protect it in harsh environments. The LCD window displays continuous status information and provides keypad programming instructions for easy setup. Free technical support is available, and all Sensaphone systems are manufactured in the USA

About Sensaphone

Sensaphone® offers a comprehensive line of remote monitoring products that safeguard valuable assets by tracking critical environmental data such as temperature, humidity and power failures. Sensaphone products provide alerts and proactive monitoring data to homeowners and facility managers in many areas including telecommunications, oil and gas, water and wastewater, HVACR, agriculture, healthcare, data centers and greenhouses. More than 400,000 Sensaphone systems are in use today around the world, and they continue to be manufactured in the USA. For more information, call 877-373-2700, email [email protected] or visit

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