Following our experience of customer requirements, TempReport was developed.
The new TempReport is a an active, flexible, reliable monitoring system, that is controlled from a PC at a fraction of the cost of a wired system.
Wireless T-TEC data loggers measure where they are situated. The loggers can be moved around and more added to the system, when required.
Wireless T-TEC data loggers send by radio up to 350m in free air. Communication goes via a gateway, connected to a USB port. Actual temperatures from all loggers in the system arrive on the screen at user selected intervals. All readings are stored in a huge on-board memory, so the whole file can be sent when prompted.. Files are then automatically shown on the graph and stored seamlessly in a database in the computer for later retrieval. They can be sent to a cloud storage of customer’s choice.
Desired alarm thresholds and grace periods may be entered in the software. When the conditions are reached, alarm messages are sent from the data loggers via the gateway to the PC. In turn the PC will show clearly on the screen which logger is in alarm and, and if set up for it, the PC can send SMS, emails and send the file to the cloud automatically. The gateway can also have relay output to a central alarm system. An alarm can wake up a sleeping computer, so it can react.
TempReport messages are encrypted, only to be seen by the owners. Access control within the company may also be implemented in the loggers, with no passwords to remember.
Temperature Technology in Adelaide, South Australia, has been making conventional data loggers for 20 years. T-TEC Data loggers are used extensively, monitoring temperatures everywhere where temperatures are important: Hospitals, laboratories, food manufacture and storage, museums, pharmaceuticals, vaccine, frost monitoring, the list goes on. T-TEC Data loggers are sturdy, water tight and accurate. They are available with or without display of actual temperature. They can have internal, external or remote sensor, and measure temperature alone, or temperature and humidity.
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