Wireless Indoor Temperature Sensor
How it fits into the BarnTalk alarm platform:
Connects wirelessly to the BarnTalk Gateway. For best results, we recommend one temperature sensor for every room or approximately every 100 feet in larger buildings with open air spaces. Temperature sensor should be placed within ~700 feet of the BarnTalk Gateway. On multi-barn sites, the temperature sensor’s range can often extend wirelessly across multiple buildings depending on proximity.
- Calibrated for 14°F –122°F
- Included Battery with 2-3 Year Life
- IP67 Waterproof and Dustproof Rated
- Tested for Maximum Durability in Harsh Conditions
★★★★★ “It's very nice to see all the temperatures and data on your phone in the app. Very convenient.” Justin L. | Product Review
BarnTalk is the only wireless barn alarm with certified multi-carrier connectivity built right into the system. Once you plug the BarnTalk Gateway into power, it connects to the strongest local cell tower, regardless of carrier, eliminating the need for a landline, WiFi, or hotspot.BarnTalk sends alarms via push notification, SMS text message or phone call based on the user’s preferences.For optimal alarms and monitoring, you’ll need a BarnTalk subscription. This subscription covers connectivity and data costs.
Monitor Barn Temps in Real-Time.
The BarnTalk Indoor Temperature Sensor connects wirelessly to the BarnTalk Gateway, which is the brains of the system. The gateway includes built-in cellular connectivity for rural areas. It works even where your phone has no service!
Monitor barn temps 24/7 inside the BarnTalk app to prevent losses and optimize growing conditions.
Quickly respond to temp changes and receive alarms via text message, phone call, or push notification from the app.
Proactively Detect Problems
Monitor trends and changes in temp at your fingertips to identify issues before they lead to losses.
Easy DIY Install
BarnTalk is a plug-and-play, wireless alarm that can be set up in 10 minutes. Save the money on hiring an electrician.
The Gateway automatically connects to the strongest cell signal as soon as you plug it in. No landline, internet, or hotspot needed.
Easy to Install
As a wireless platform, BarnTalk can be set up on your own in minutes. Plug in the Gateway, hang your sensors, and begin monitoring.
Built for the Barn
The temp sensor measures anywhere from 14°F –122°F and has replaceable batteries with a lifespan of 2-3 years.
With the BarnTalk app, you can monitor your temps and resolve alarms at your fingertips. No more being left in the dark.
Details & Product Specifications
14 °F ~ 122 °F / -40 °C to 75 °C
±1 °F / 0.5 °C
0.2 °F / 0.1 °C
Disposable Lithium Battery
Up to 2.5 years
Temperature: 14 °F ~ 122 °F / -40 °C to 75 °C | Relative Humidity: 0 ~ 99.9% RH with no condensation
High Sensitivity 915 ISM frequency band LoRa Module
Ø 3 x 6 1⁄4 inch / Ø72*280 mm
0.5 lbs / 252 g
Indoor Temp Sensor FAQs
You can connect up to 24 Temp sensors per Gateway.
We recommend having 1 sensor per room or every 100 feet in your barn. Sensors should be placed within 700 ft. of the Gateway for best connection.
The sensors all have lithium-ion batteries inside of them with a 2-3 year battery life. The water meter has an 8+ year battery life.
Receive alarms via text message, phone call, or push notification from the app. All alarms can be acknowledged in the BarnTalk app by touching the “Attend to Alarm” button. You can also resolve alarms via the keypad on your phone.
Yes. If you don’t want to be alerted — including when you're washing out barns or moving out animals, you can toggle off your threshold settings or silence your Gateway's alarms altogether.
No. BarnTalk is simple enough for anyone to set up on their own. Save the money!
One Gateway can cover up to two barns or poultry houses. The Gateway should be centrally located on your site.
Yes. BarnTalk’s 24+ hour backup battery ensures you can receive alarms and view conditions even when you’ve lost power.
There is no limit to how many people you add to your CallTree. They just need to be a contact in your phone to add them in. The contacts you add will be notified in the order of the CallTree when barn conditions fall outside of the norm.