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Salt Lake City — Elertus plans to release its newest product, the Elertus Wine Protection System. The system uses a wireless sensor that connects to home and business wi-fi networks to monitor and alert users if anyone opens their wine cellar, wine cooler or liquor cabinet door. The sensor also monitors temperature and humidity conditions to monitor whether wine collections are stored in an optimal environment.
“The Elertus Wine Protection System gives consumers peace of mind that their valuable wine cellars are secure from theft and environmental damage,” said Kent Hansen, president of Elertus. “The system can pay for itself many times over with the prevention of a single theft or cooling system failure.”
The system is compatible with wine cellars, coolers or liquor cabinets with or without a locking mechanism and does not require any special tools or permanent fixture modifications.
Doug Holden. “Since my kids reached middle school, I keep all my alcoholic drinks in my wine cellar, and it’s always locked,” said Doug Holden, an Elertus customer. “But keys can be found and I like knowing that I will be alerted if the door is opened or even if my cooling system fails. Everyone is concerned with underage drinking and the legal culpability if a minor gets into a car accident.”
The Elertus smartphone app enables the user to view the status of their collection and customize notifications and threshold levels. Users can receive immediate alerts through their smart phone.