Sierra Monitor Corp.
Sierra Monitor Corporation addresses the industrial and commercial facilities management market with Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions that connect and protect high-value infrastructure assets. The company’s FieldServer brand of protocol gateways is used by system integrators and OEMs to enable local and remote monitoring and control of assets and facilities. With more than 100,000 products, supporting over 140 protocols, installed in commercial and industrial facilities, FieldServer is the industry’s leading multi-protocol gateway. Sierra Monitor’s Sentry IT fire and gas detection solutions are used by industrial and commercial facilities managers to protect their personnel and assets. Sentry IT branded controllers, sensor modules, and software are installed at thousands of facilities such as wastewater treatment plants, natural gas vehicle fueling and maintenance stations, oil and gas refineries and pipelines, parking garages, US Navy ships, and underground telephone vaults. Headquartered in the heart of Silicon Valley in Milpitas, California, Sierra Monitor was founded in 1979 and has been a public company (SRMC) since 1989. By combining its distinguished track record in industrial sensing and automation with emerging IoT technologies such as cloud connectivity, big data, and analytics, Sierra Monitor is at the forefront of the emerging IIoT trend.

Address

1991 Tarob Court
Milpitas, CA 95035
United States
Toll-free: 1-800-727-4377
Phone: 1-408-262-6611

Product Categories

Control Panels; Gas Indicators & Detectors; Instrumentation, Hydrogen Sulfide; Sensors, Dissolved Oxygen

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