Network Temperature Monitoring with the Tempurity™ System

The Tempurity™ System from Networked Robotics acquires temperatures through your standard computer network. By making each incubator, oven, room, refrigerator or freezer part of your overall computer network, temperatures can be monitored from virtually any location. For more about the data collection architecture of the Tempurity System click here.

It's all done via our proprietary NTMS4 network hardware (shown below). Our hardware can acquire data in many different ways and each of the 4 ports can use a different way to acquire data. If you have high-end scientific storage units like ultracold (-80C) freezers, liquid nitrogen freezers, or incubators, you can acquire values directly from  the communications ports of those devices. This means that the readings stored in the Tempurity System match those on the front panel of those instruments. If you have other kinds of "monitored devices", you can acquire data using our array of advanced digital sensors.

If temperatures leave your preferred range, you will receive an "alarm notification" message. Such notifications can be sent to you via text message, e-mail, or phone. This way, you have the ability to correct small problems before they turn into large ones.

Put the Power of a Network-based Temperature Monitoring System to Work for You

The Tempurity System records temperature data from any networked location at one minute intervals, and stores this data on a central server.  The results can never be altered or deleted. You can view temperature history from anywhere. The system was designed for regulatory use. See the section on regulatory compliance for more information.

If you're ready to put the Tempurity System to work for you, contact Networked Robotics. The advanced temperature monitoring solution you've been looking for is here today.

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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: