The SenseAnywhere system excels through its extremely easy installation and its robustness even in harsh environments. Reliable wireless transmission, customizable expandability and centralized monitoring of data make this system a valuable aid in almost all industries and areas.
You can find some typical applications here.
Medicines, vaccines, serums and more are required to stay within the manufacturers’ specified temperature ranges, as they can otherwise lose their effectiveness without being apparent from the outside.
Transport of Pharmaceuticals
Pharmaceuticals need to be always available in the correct quantity, in perfect quality, at the right place. A central monitoring system reduces the workload, as warning messages can be recorded centrally.
Surgeries of many GPs and specialists – particularly in ENT, dermatology, allergology, pulmology / pneumology and endocrinology – stock a supply of medicines.
Greenhouses have evolved into modern production facilities with the need to monitor product-critical environmental parameters.
Networking in Buildings
Heating and air conditioning are by far the largest energy consumers in a building. Using wireless technology, parameters such as temperature, humidity, CO2 and movement can be monitored at a low cost.
Hotel and Food Service Industry
Whether in individual gastronomy, system gastronomy or community gastronomy, in hotels or catering, storing food correctly is essential in all these areas.
Many first-responder services such as the Red Cross and other medical relief agencies keep blood supplies and medicines in stock.
Industrial Process Monitoring
Wireless monitoring networks are of great importance in industrial automation and are used in many areas.
For most laboratories, temperature is generally an important parameter, whether in pharmaceutical, medicine and biology, or in industrial laboratories for chemical, physical or scientific applications.
In the pharmaceutical industry, in medicine and biology, the food industry and the chemical industry, keeping temperatures within required limits is an essential aspect of professional quality assurance, just as it is for many industrial processes.
Compliance with the required conditions for the processing and storage of food is of essential importance to virtually all food processing industries, whether in meat processing, fish processing, dairy, on the farm or in the supermarket.
Knowing, understanding and documenting your environmental temperatures is of immense benefit in climatic chambers or stability chambers, but particularly important in warehouses and production facilities of the pharmaceutical and food industries. Therefore, temperature mapping (verification of spatial temperature distribution and compliance with set temperatures profiles in a storage facility) is of utmost importance.
Min/Max Thermometer - A cost calculation
In many instances, monitoring temperatures is done using min/max thermometers. These allow users to determine temperature extremes and detect violation of thresholds in a very simple way. They do, however, have significant disadvantages, too.
Energy consumption and heat generation in data centers are steadily increasing as servers become smaller and power density increases.
Temperature Chart Recorder
The days of the good old thermo-/hygrograph may be numbered! Replacing pens, papers and expensive repairs, along with dubious accuracy, have made the operation of this type of equipment economically unattractive. Here, electronic monitoring systems are offering a favorable alternative.
In the pharmaceutical industry, in medicine and biology, the food industry and the chemical industry, keeping temperatures within required limits during transportation is an essential aspect of professional quality assurance, just as it is for many industrial processes.