HLP Controls TX Temp — Enless fridge temperature monitoring
Data logging vaccine and blood fridges is vital to ensure correct cold chain management and it’s now easy and low cost. Even though it’s winter, now is the time to make sure that your fridges are storing your vaccine and blood products at the correct temperatures.
The unit reads the temperature at the probe tip and sends it to the internet using the Sigfox network. This data is then sent to HLP Controls’ data display website for graphing and reporting. The site also allows alarms to be set and users can log in from a computer or any internet-connected device. Alarms can be sent to any number of users.
The sensor’s batteries can last up to 15 years (one report per day) or, with reports every 30 minutes, a battery life of up to five years is typical. The batteries are replaceable.
As long as there is coverage by the Sigfox network, this is a plug-and-play device — just place it and plug the battery connector in.
The Enless temperature sensors are unique in that they are fully self-contained. Model 300-032 is a waterproof, IP65 battery-powered temperature sensor with a high-accuracy Pt100 sensor on a 2 m teflon wire. The probe temperature range for the device is -30 to +100°C. The ambient temperature for the unit is -20 to +55°C. Measurement accuracy is 0.5°C, with a resolution of 0.01°C.
For more information: https://www.hlpcontrols.com.au/product/381/tx-temp---enless.
Phone: 1800 500 160
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