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TEMPSPOT - WiFi Freeze Alarm

Temperature Sensor Location *
USB Cable
High Temperature (-58°F to 700°F)
  • Description

    TEMPSPOT - WiFi Temperature Sensor

    WiFi Temperature Sensor for Remote Temperature Monitoring

    The TEMPSPOT is a WiFi Temperature Sensor for monitoring the temperature in any location with existing WiFi Service. The TEMPSPOT communicates it's temperature readings back to the SpotProtect Cloud where users can login and view the history of the sensors as well make changes to the sensors programming (Free Service). The appropriates person(s) can be notified by text and/or email when the temperature goes above or below your programmed thresholds.

    Perfect for applications where a phone line is either unavailable or impractical!


    • 802.11 b/g (2.412 - 2.484 GHz)
    • Up to 250 ft.* (Typical to standard Wi-Fi devices)
    • Open, WEP, WPA, WPA2 Security Standards
    • Accurate to +/- 1°C (1.8°F).
    • Good for slower changing temperatures.

    *   Actual range may vary depending on environment.
    ** Battery life is affected by reporting frequency (heartbeat),
        sensor type, Wi-Fi security type, distance from Wi-Fi
        router and other variables.

    Note: One (1) SPOTCABLE is required to setup the SpotSensors.

  • Reviews


    Bruce B - Wisconsin

    Great so far

    Very easy to install after understanding my PC's security software didn't like the WiFi Installer download....once past that it was VERY easy. The YouTube video is helpful too. Logging temp data well, easy to navigate the Portal and easy to see what is happening.

    Needs clearer step by step instructions.

    After endless tries of setting up the freeze alarm on my own, and then a few emails with Nathan we finally got the freeze alarm working. You must have a pc to install the zip files a iPad will not work. Personally I spent hours trying to get it to work, then with the help of a computer wiz still needed Nathans help. Instructions could and should be much clearer. But once set up gives me a great peace of mind knowing the temperature at our cottage. Adjustments and monitoring temperature is very easy!

    after you set it up

    My situation was different than most. I did not have a computer at the summer home where the freeze sensor was being installed (I don't own a laptop) so I had to program it at my primary residence. Herein lies the difficulty: You have to tell it the wifi network name and password being used to program it. It assumes that's ththe same domain the sensor will be located. When finished a green led indicates success. Now I had to go in and change the WiFi name/passwd to the location the sensor was being installed. After this is done I had no way of knowing if it will work until I physically brought the sensor to the summer home. Well it worked. Could I or 95% of most people have done this without Absolute Automation tech support? No way Jose. I have to compliment tech support for helping me out but they should document this scenario in the install instructions.

    read the manual first

    I leave for Florida in the winter months and wanted a WI-FI powered freeze alarm because I have no landline.No need to have your neighbor check the house temperature,this gadget will do it for you and more.Make sure to read the instruction manual before installing,it will save you a lot of e-mail's to Customer service!

    Great little machine

    Was skeptical about this when I purchased it, however it does exactly what I need and I can now feel comfortable with monitoring my house while we are away. I did need a little help with some of the set up, but the online chat person (Nathan) was great.
    Joey A

    Tricky at first, but worth it!

    It was a little tricky to get setup at first and understand all of the features. However once I got it going I can't believe how easy to watch my home s temperature and make changes to the sensor over the internet.
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