Kit Brings IoT Into Commercial Kitchens

Sealevel Systems’ SeaConnect 370 Restaurant Kit is the latest addition to the SeaConnect family of IoT edge devices. The kit brings IoT to the commercial kitchen with continuous temperature monitoring for coolers, freezers, refrigerators, and other equipment. The SeaConnect 370 Restaurant Kit conducts simultaneous temperature monitoring of multiple machines or spaces using wired temperature sensors. Fully integrated with a web-based interface, thresholds are set, and text and email alerts deploy when temperatures are exceeded. Actions can also be configured – such as turning on back-up power or setting off an alarm.


Features include:

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  • Cellular connectivity
  • Monitors up to 10 sensors with two temperature sensors included
  • Alerts via text message or email
  • Historical data accessible via SeaCloud software
  • Easy “plug and play” installation

 With the addition of the SeaCloud IoT platform, data is recorded and available to meet compliance standards.


The Restaurant Kit was developed as a simple, bolt-on solution for smaller kitchens without incurring additional equipment costs. With a wall mount power supply, RJ11 (telephone) cabling, and two temperature sensors in the standard kit, users will be

able to install the device quickly and easily. However, each SeaConnect 370 can monitor up to 10 sensors, making expansion for various operational needs possible.


Price for the SeaConnect 370 Restaurant Kit starts at $379. To use SeaCloud, a corresponding software subscription is required. A free trial month of service is included. For more information, visit Sealevel Systems, email [email protected], and/or call 864-843-4343.

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