TempNet® Logger – Wireless temperature monitoring with endless possibilities
Sometimes the most valuable cargoes in temperature-controlled logistics are not the ones in large containers. A single thermo box can carry life-saving medication or blood donations. Temperature control failure with such content is simply unacceptable. With food transport the consequences are not as immediately dire, but food waste is one of the biggest problems in today’s world, and it could be solved with small simple actions.
TempNet® Logger is a matchbox-sized wireless cold chain sensor that is usable in all transportation temperature monitoring – the sensor fits all thermo boxes and packages. For temperature monitoring purposes our sensors come in two options, with manual or automatic start/stop function. In both cases data upload to TempNet® Cloud happens automatically once the transportation ends and the sensors come in contact with a gateway device. The system and sensors both comply with GxP standards.
Temperature monitoring becomes effortless when wireless sensors send accurate temperature data directly to the cloud. There is no need to go through individual sensor units box by box when all the information is viewable in one place, saving time and ensuring the safety of the transported product.
TempNet® Logger sensors are designed for heavy use, with temperature measuring range from -15 - +75°C. The sensors are easy to install and replace within the box, and can be cleaned by rinsing (IP67). With our subscription-based business model you don’t have to worry about calibrating sensors yourself - our expert staff will handle recalibration and replacements when needed. This is the easiest way to ensure GxP compliant monitoring in your operations.
Wireless and automated, these small sensors send real-time data to the cloud 24/7. Measuring range from -15°C - +75°C.
When things go wrong
Adjust the alarm thresholds according to your needs and get notified when they are breached. Enables you to take corrective actions and avoid unnecessary expenses.
"We provide Finnish hospitals with various blood products for treating patients. Our services also comprise recruiting blood donors, organising blood donation, collecting blood and testing the donated blood. All donated blood is transported to Helsinki, where whole blood is separated into red cells, platelets and plasma. From there we deliver blood products to our customers in Finland.
Both whole blood and blood products' transportation requires 100% controlled conditions. In Finland, an obligatory monitoring period for blood cells and platelets is year round, and for donated blood from November to March. Thanks to modern technology we can carry out monitoring effortlessly for all our deliveries year round."
Ari Hemminki, Production Manager, Finnish Red Cross, Blood Service