LOUISVILLE, Colo., April 14, 2017 – Inovonics announces the release of its new EN1752 temperature detector, allowing the addition of wireless temperature threshold alarming into any Inovonics system, with no third-party line-powered thermostat or external temperature sensor integration.

The EN1752 temperature detector is preconfigured with high and low set points of 80°F (27°C) and 40°F (4°C). The EN1752 supports custom settings via the programming cable accessory (ACC17XX) and PC software application.  Customizable settings include temperature threshold, unit of measure (°F or °C), and measurement and supervision intervals.  The programming software is compatible with any PC running Windows 10 or higher, and the programming app is free to download at www.inovonics.com; the ACC17XX programming cable is sold separately.

In the words of Scott Fincher, Senior Product Manager at Inovonics:

Similar to our recently launched EN1751 water detector, the EN1752 temperature detector lets customers easily add high and low temperature threshold alarms onto any Inovonics system, eliminating the need to buy, install and maintain third party temperature sensors.

The EN1752 temperature detector is perfectly suited for a variety of applications, including server rooms, storage areas, refrigerators, freezers, and pipe chases for pre-freeze warnings.

For more information, to request images and/or to inquire about interview availability, please contact Nikki Williams by email at nwilliams@inovonics.com or by phone at 303-209-7219.

About Inovonics
Inovonics, celebrating 30 years of commercial wireless leadership, provides wireless intrusion and mobile duress devices, senior living and submetering transmitters, environmental sensors, and receivers for integration into a variety of application specific hardware and software. Supporting installation of thousands of devices across a campus, the EchoStream® family of high-power repeaters combine to create an intelligent mesh-like network extending the range of wireless coverage for commercial buildings. For more information, visit www.inovonics.com.