• Thomas Maguire

Be instantly alerted when environmental changes threaten your cannabis crops


Cannabis plants need extremely specific environmental conditions for both quality and quantity. Any change in temperature or humidity can impact their potency, growth and salability. For that reason, many cannabis growers raise their crops in controlled environments such as greenhouses to maintain optimal growing conditions. But cannabis plants require more.


Remote monitoring systems provide an extra line of defense by continuously monitoring your

growing facility. They ensure awareness if changing conditions and notify you of threats with:

  • Temperature variants

  • Humidity levels

  • CO2 levels

  • Air circulation

  • Soil conductivity for pH levels

  • Power outages

  • Unauthorized access

  • Soil moisture

Over the last 5 years, SensLynx has been providing remote monitoring device and sensors for growing facilities. These devices detect extreme temperature and humidity fluctuations, faulty irrigation lines, and heater or fan failures. With our easy-to-use user interface, if any condition falls outside of your preset range, the device immediately sends an alert by email or text.


Easy to Access Monitoring, Reporting and Status

SensLynx monitoring solution automatically records dozens of environmental data points, dates and times that you can view, graph, and print. This data is useful for identifying patterns and trends in environmental conditions. You can also get insight into larger issues and take fast corrective action before they turn into catastrophes.


All data can be viewed at any time on the SensLynx monitoring application (mobile and/or web) we provide. No software is required. You can view the status of multiple locations, access trending reports, check specific equipment status and respond to alerts sent immediately.

Return On Investment

Considering the value of your cannabis plant inventory and equipment, you want to factor in the cost of downtime should an environmental event shut down your operation for some time and the potential loss of crops or costly replacement of equipment.


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