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Temperature Monitor is an application to read out all accessible temperature sensors



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Temperature Monitor is an application to read out all accessible temperature sensors in Macintosh computers. The program can visualize the history graphs of the readings, display measured values in a large variety of fashions, or announce readings by speech output. It can also store and export values.

Temperature Monitor is the small gratis version of the application Hardware Monitor. Hardware Monitor can additionally display "non-temperature" sensors and artificial operating system probes, or control external LCD panels. Temperature Monitor is part of a software suite of 9 different monitoring applications which can be used for numerous purposes.

Temperature Monitor is electronically distributed software. You can download the product free of charge.

Languages

    * English
    * German

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.4 or later

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Next to measured readings, their history data, extreme values and the permissible limits for the sensors, other information about your computer can be displayed as well. This includes the processor type, processor and bus frequencies, manufacturing data, the S.M.A.R.T. verification state of your hard drives, connectors on Intel mainboards, and many other items.

Features

    * Temperature display selectable in degrees Celsius, Fahrenheit, or Kelvin
    * Display of the temperature sensor equipment of the system, and their permissible limits (if released by Apple)
    * Display of current readings in a horizontal or vertical window that can be customized
    * Display of current readings in a "floating" screen display or on Desktop background
    * Output of no, one, or two selectable current readings in a Dock tile
    * Output of no, one, or up to eight selectable current readings in the menu-bar
    * Definition of an unlimited number of history graphs that visualize readings in a time interval between 12 minutes and 1 week
    * Adjustable refresh interval between 1 second and 1 hour
    * customizable labels and display options for all sensors
    * periodic automatic recording and safe storage of history data for defective, unstable computers

    * customizable announcements of current readings via speech output
    * customizable definition of alarm triggers for each sensor
    * definition of alarm actions, e.g. opening an alert panel, speech warnings, Growl notification, launching an application or script
    * export of readings or history data sets into text files or CSV files
    * readings can also be acquired by scripts or in Terminal. The application comes with a special command-line tool to achieve this.
    * display of hardware details, e.g. serial numbers or manufacturing data
    * display of system management data on Intel-based systems
    * display of detail information and SMART status of all currently attached hard drives
    * remote monitoring of computers via a TCP network is possible in connection with the add-on application Hardware Monitor Remote


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