Uses a facility's existing computer network to deliver high-accuracy real-time, alarm, and historical information to any PC desktop - with minimal wiring and labour
Veriteq introduces a reliable lab monitoring system that it says
is quick and easy to install and operate.
Instruments's Networked Data Logger system uses a
facility's existing computer network to deliver
high-accuracy real-time, alarm, and historical information to any
PC desktop - with minimal wiring and setup labour required.
centralised and fail-safe alternative to chart recorders, the
system features remote monitoring and data backup, fast data
retrieval, and comprehensive reporting.
Consisting of individual
self-contained temperature or humidity data loggers that connect
easily to any network port, each logger is equipped with
integrated temperature or humidity sensors, memory, clock, and
Accurate to 0.15C and 2%RH, the data loggers
collect information independently then deliver this data at
regular intervals to one or more remote PCs.
In doing so, the
system provides a redundant and highly reliable data collection
method that can withstand network or power failures without
losing data, sasy Veriteq.
The system is flexible and scalable to
allow labs or facilities to start small and add or relocate data
loggers as necessary - or as the budget allows.
of the Veriteq system include real-time data displays, local or
remote alarming (including by email), alarm logging, and
The Veriteq Networked Data Logger system is
said to be ideal for monitoring temperature or humidity sensitive
environments in metrology and calibration labs, electronic
manufacturing areas, and refrigerated storage facilities such as
hospital pharmacies and blood banks.