Protect your wine collection from high temperatures
Over 30 years experience in sensor monitoring solutions
If you collect wine or are involved with the supply and storage of wine, you will know that high temperatures or extreme fluctuations in temperature and humidity levels can destroy wine. What happens when your wine cellar is unattended and a power outage or a failure of the cooling system occurs? With the AKCP wireless remote temperature monitoring solution, we can sense disaster before it happens, putting you in control of the situation. Know about issues immediately with SMS and E-Mail alerts
Advantages of AKCP Wine Cellar Remote Temperature Monitoring
Log data on the AKCP Cloud server. Review history, graphs of temperature and humidity. Automatically generate reports
Avoid unnecessary waste of products through temperature excursions. Real-time monitoring and alerts via e-mail and SMS.
Monitor your wine cellar temperature from anywhere in the world through the AKCP cloud service. No apps to install.
Professional sensors at a low cost. Calibrated NIST certified sensors with internal calibration check.
AKCPro Server – Central Monitoring Software
AKCPro Server central monitoring software displays all your vehicle locations and temperature values. Live central monitoring of all deployed devices. Daily reports and graphing. Use with all AKCP base units
AKCP customer in the USA uses our wine cellar monitoring solution.
Maintaining a stable constant temperature for wine is important. The ideal temperature is between 11°C and 14°C (52°F to 58°F). Higher temperatures accelerate the aging process of the wine. a general rule of thumb, every 10°C increase doubles the speed of chemical reactions.
So we have established that lower temperatures are more suitable for wine storage. But, there is a problem. Lower temperatures usually mean drier air with lower humidity levels. Therefore, humidifiers are often employed in newly built wine cellars. In traditional older wine cellars, underground usually provided a damp, read more…….