About ICE Products
ICE offers a unique range of self-contained, battery powered devices that helps users monitor, detect and plan ahead in various day-to-day scenarios. The devices are custom-built to detect the presence/absence of water, electricity, temperature fluctuations and more, making them invaluable for use in households, industry and in retail.
ICEmeter Water Alert
The ICEmeter Water Alert is a self-contained, battery-powered unit that detects the presence or absence of water for leak and flood detection, water level measurement and monitoring purposes. Potential applications include detecting geyser leaks and flooding and measuring water levels in tanks, animal drinking troughs, and other water storage containers.
ICEmeter Temperature Alert
The ICEmeter Temperature Alert is a self-contained, battery-powered unit designed for accurate temperature monitoring for a temperature range between -30°C and 60°C. It can be ordered with an extended probe with a probe temperature ranging between -30°C and 100°C. Ideal for temperature-critical applications such as cold-chain management, server rooms, laboratories, technical environments and more.
The ICEmeter Pulse is a self-contained battery-powered unit designed for interface with water flow, electrical, and gas meters where either a magnetic, optical, or dry contact pulse output is available. Designed for easy retro-fitment to existing meter installations. Continual counting of pulses allows for remote billing and leak detection notifications.
ICEmeter Power Alert
The ICEmeter Power Alert is a self-contained, battery-powered unit designed to monitor power status and provide alerts on failures. The unit’s potential applications include cold-chain power monitoring for perishable goods, sensitive electronic equipment, server/ computer room monitoring, critical equipment monitoring for hospitals and nursing homes, and power critical infrastructure monitoring.
ICEmeter Magnetic Alert
The ICEmeter Magnetic Alert is a self-contained battery-powered unit designed to detect the presence or absence of a nearby magnet. Potential applications include monitoring door, gate, or cabinet opening in security applications. The unit can be used with standard burglar alarm magnets and is compatible with industrial magnets in rugged environments or where a longer range is required.
The ICEmeter Universal is a self-contained, battery-powered unit used to interface with external sensors or signals and send alerts on predefined conditions. The sensor cable means the unit can be located remotely to the signal source. Potential applications include interfaces with magnetic or mechanical relays, switch contacts, level sensors, industrial equipment providing a O – 10V or 4 – 20mA signal.
ICEMETER MOTION ALERT
The ICEmeter Motion Alert is a self-contained, battery-powered unit designed to detect vibration or movement indicating a potential tampering event. Potential applications include monitoring doors, gates, cabinets, moveable assets, or any other property that is at risk.
The ICEmeter Locate is an asset location product using the Sigfox network for communications and satellite positioning using GPS, Glonass, and Galileo to provide the highest location accuracy and sensitivity. The unit will provide a location on a periodic basis. It can also be configured to use the onboard accelerometer to trigger updates on movement or change in orientation.
ICEMETER PRECISION TEMPERATURE ALERT
The ICEmeter Precision Temperature Alert is a self-contained, battery-powered unit designed to accurately monitor temperature to within 0.5°C for a temperature range between -30°C and 60°C. It monitors temperature based on a Dallas 1-Wire probe (DS18B20) with a probe temperature ranging between -30°C and 80°C.
ICEMETER POWER TEMP
The ICEmeter Power Temp is a self-contained, battery-powered unit that is designed to monitor both power interruptions and temperature. The unit monitors temperature with an integrated NTC thermistor that provides 1°C measurement resolution, and power via a USB TYPE A connector that can connect either to a 5V USB supply (such as a phone charger) or directly from a USB port on the monitored equipment.