Automatic Temperature Monitoring and More
Become aware as the situation arises, not after-the-fact.
Maintaining a complex research and storage environment can be a major challenge. What happens when one piece of the puzzle malfunctions? Just think of the implications if an ultra-cold freezer malfunctions or fails while transporting and storing the Covid-19 vaccine.
Get real-time alerts when a situation requires your attention—like if storage temperatures rise. Beyond temps, 80+ sensors in our award-winning line monitor many things—including ajar cooler doors, motion after hours, and increased power draw (equipment may need maintenance).
All Monnit Sensors include automatic data-logging, eliminating the need for manual temperature checks. Easy to retrieve data logs help to maintain regulations and ensure compliance.
SFD gives you peace of mind without sensor usage fees or pricey monthly subscriptions. Always know your medical storage systems are performing optimally with Monnit Wireless Sensors for remote medical storage monitoring.
Remote Monitoring for Business – How system Works
Keeping research & storage systems running smoothly just got a whole lot easier.
A majority of vaccines require refrigeration between +2°C (+35.6°F) and +8°C (+46.4°F). But the first vaccines to help eliminate Covid-19 must be stored in ultralow temperature freezers, specifically -80°C/-112°F and below. The Monnit Low Temperature Sensor is capable of monitoring shifts in temperature at this level and far below with a measuring range of -200°C (-328°F) to +162°C (+325°F). Monnit has the devices equipped to monitor even the harshest of environments.