Remote Temperature Monitoring with the Tempurity™ System
The Tempurity™ remote temperature monitoring system is a new solution to traditional cold-storage needs. The system operates as part of your standard network. Your refrigerators and freezers become standard nodes on this network. Data can be collected, stored, and monitored from computers called Tempurity Servers at very remote distances. The system is designed to be highly redundant if needed - monitoring the same set of instruments or sensors in parallel from different locations around your facility - or even from different locations around the planet.
Components of the network include your refrigeration units, your computer and your central servers. With our Tempurity software, which is compatible with Windows® operating systems, you can access temperature data for your refrigerators from any remote location, including locations with wireless access.
Remote Temperature Monitoring Using the Internet
The Tempurity System is compliant with FDA GxP requirements, making it suitable for use in any medical or pharmaceutical research facility. Supporting documentation regarding this is available upon request. The system is designed to be easy to install by anyone who works with your refrigeration units. The data collected by the Tempurity System is permanently stored on a dedicated server and cannot be altered.
Data can be accessed from anywhere. There are specific features required by an internet data collection system like Tempurity. For example the data collection time is stored in universal time format and displayed in local time.
Bring your company into the future by investing in the Tempurity System today. There are never any contracts to sign or monthly fees for using our remote temperature monitoring capabilities. Call or e-mail us today at Networked Robotics for more information.
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