How MarCELL Works
MarCELL can be plugged into any standard wall outlet. During power outages, it runs off an integrated lithium-ion battery.
Connects to Network
Once powered up, MarCELL immediately connects to the desired 4G cellular network to report data and send alerts.
Data is uploaded to your dashboard every 8 hours. View conditions in real-time with our Instant Update bundles.
Customize Your Preferences
Our intuitive dashboard makes it easy to set up your MarCELL with custom temperature and humidity ranges, alert messages, notification schedules and more.
No complicated keypads or confusing displays. Just point, click, and then relax. Use our app for easy access on-the-go.
Prevent Major Flooding & Water Damage
The new SPuck wireless water sensor detects water leaks and flooding as a result of burst pipes and plumbing failures.
When minor issues occur, it immediately communicates with your MarCELL (up to 320 feet) and notifies you before disaster strikes.
Does MarCELL require a monthly subscription fee?
Yes. MarCELL is cellular connected through Verizon and AT&T networks. This gives you continuous and reliable monitoring wherever there’s cell signal. Monthly plans start as low as $8.25/month. Views plans here.
Does MarCELL require my cell phone plan to work?
No. MarCELL runs on it’s own independent 4G networks. It does not require Wi-Fi, fixed broadband, or an existing phone line (Example: if you currently use Sprint, this won’t affect your MarCELL Verizon subscription).
Does MarCELL report in real-time?
Yes. You can access your data in real-time by purchasing our Instant Update bundles, which cost $2 for 8 instant updates.
Can I set up multiple people to receive alerts?
Yes. You you can choose up to 9 different people to be notified, whether it’s a family member, neighbor, or anyone you’d like.
Does MarCELL continue to report during power outages?
Yes. MarCELL has an integrated Lithium-ion battery that keeps the device monitoring and reporting data for up to 48 hours in the event of power loss.
What is the range between the MarCELL and SPuck?
In an open field with a clear line-of-sight, there is solid communication between a SPuck and a MarCELL of well over 320 feet.