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Temperature Alarm & Alert Systems

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Temperature Alarm & Alert Systems

Temperature Alarm & Alert Systems

Protect & monitor your livestock, pets, greenhouses, food storage rooms, fridges, freezers, plants etc with our range of Temperature Alert Systems

With our range of temperature monitoring systems, including:

  • Wireless Temperature Alerts & Alarms
  • Long Range Wireless Temperature Alarms & Alerts
  • Telephone Dialer Temperature Alarms
  • GSM Temperature Alarms


Typical applications currently being monitored by our customers are :

  • Dogs in Transit
  • Horses in Transit
  • Medicines in Transit
  • Food in Transit
  • Kennels
  • Stables
  • Holiday Homes
  • The List is Endless

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Temperature Alarm Systems, are designed to monitor & report on a range of high and low temperatures for all types of applications.

These include Kennels, Food Storage, Catteries, Animal Transport, Chemicals, and all types of different situations.

Ultra Secure Ltd have a choice of 'Temperature Alert' systems ranging from battery powered units which either have a simple dry relay output to use or extension plugs that fit into a standard telephone socket.
We also have 2 different systems that use wireless transmission back to a receiver, these receivers have transmission ranges from 80 metres to 900 metres and both work in different ways when receiving an alarm signal allowing our customers to choose the best system for their requirements.

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Temperature Alert Systems:
Temperature alert & alarm systems are designed to monitor & report on a range of high and low temperatures for all types of applications.
These include Kennels, Food Storage, Catteries, Animal Transport, Chemicals, and all types of different situations.

Decide on the following:
1) What type of 'Temperature Monitor' is required for you application, ranging from systems powered by batteries to units plugged into 13-amp wall sockets.
2) Where to position your monitor, is it internal or external.
3) Do you use a wireless transmission signal going back to a receiver once a monitor triggers an alarm call, or a telephone pre-recorded message going out to your key holders.
4) If you haven't got a telephone line in the building, or a building within range of a wireless transmission range, you can now use a GSM Dialler.

Still Confused ?
Please contact us by telephone or email for friendly no obligation advice.