SentryIQ by Surna

New platform to offer fully-integrated technological solution

Surna has launched SentryIQ, its new sensors, controls and automation platform that will help its customers achieve the precision environmental control, energy management and advanced automation.

“As the industry continues to evolve and energy efficiency and precise environmental control gain importance, it became obvious that the existing controls systems in the marketplace were limiting our ability to reach the full potential of the systems we design. To meet cultivator performance demands, Surna has developed its own climate control platform featuring proprietary controls sequences developed with the predictive algorithms essential to optimum climate control, including direct temperature and humidity control as well as CO2 monitoring,” said Troy Rippe, Surna’s director of engineering and R&D.

According to the company, SentryIQ product line solves two major problems for cannabis growers:

  1. Cultivators can now source both their heating, ventilation and air conditioning products and their sensors, controls and automation technology from Surna, as a single vendor offering a turnkey solution.
  2. In addition to agricultural considerations, critical energy conservation needs are also addressed in a single, fully integrated technological solution.

"Surna can now budget and quote its sensors, controls and automation (SCA) systems to existing or prospective customers. We also have a demonstration center in our Boulder offices which provides a real-time operational experience," the team with the company explains. 

For more information:
1780 55th Street, Suite A Boulder, CO 80301
T: (303) 993-5271
F: (303) 955-2544   

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