Cell Line Monitoring with the Tempurity™ System

As an organization that maintains or grows unique cell lines there are two major areas of your operation that may be important to you: 1) Preserving the unique nature of your line and 2) Growing colonies of that cell type in quantities that are sufficient for scientific or medical use.

The Tempurity™ System from Networked Robotics uses your computer network to monitor  environmental conditions in both the storage and the growth phases of your operation. Data is collected from high-end scientific freezers and incubators throughout your facility, from any building or location.  Values are stored on a central server where they can be easily reviewed by your scientific or quality staff.

Through the easily downloaded Tempurity Monitor software, you can define alarm notifications of text message, e-mail, or voice phone that will be sent if a value is not as you expect.  The Tempurity Monitor is simple, easy to use, and gives you the information you need.

Storage and Cell Growth Environmental Conditions

When using Networked Robotics' direct connections to scientific instruments, the reading stored will be the same as the reading on the front panel of the instrument. Competing monitoring companies use "second" sensors that will produce a discrepancy between the stored data and what is shown on the front panel of the instrument. Oxygen, carbon dioxide, humidity, temperature can all be obtained by direct communication with the instrument.

 There are a myriad of Networked Robotics instrument interfaces and advanced digital sensors

At Networked Robotics, we're committed to helping you achieve perfect results. Call or e-mail us to start using Tempurity.

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Tempurity will collect data from ALL of your organizations monitored devices, wherever they are in the world. For different perspectives you may wish to read more from specific categories below: