POINT TO POINT

MONITORING

SYSTEM

POINT TO POINT MONITORING SYSTEM

The Temp°Track™ Point-to-Point (P2P) Monitoring System is generally used for monitoring 1-2 points ie. a vaccine

refrigerator in a clinic/pharmacy, an incubator in a laboratory, two coolrooms in a restaurant. The typical equipment

required will be one wireless logger, one wireless receiver, and up to two sensors.

In a Point-to-Point Monitoring System, temperature readings are transmitted and displayed continuously, enabling remote monitoring of the temperature levels and alarm conditions. The ability to view temperature profiles and alarm information enables fast interpretation of data to determine product quality and integrity. This system is recommended for applications requiring auditable records as it fully automates data collection and storage of data. Graphical data and statistics can also be used to monitor potential equipment failure allowing for pre-emptive maintenance to prevent costly breakdown of machinery and product loss. These systems can monitor temperature, humidity, pressure and CO2 levels.
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Point to Point Monitoring System

Battery Powered Wireless Loggers are supported by the point to point systems. Typically, one wireless logger, one wireless receiver, and one or two sensors are required to establish this system. The loggers can be connected to a computer through any of the following interfaces: Wired access Serial port access to the Logger via a serial cable. Maximum distance between logger and PC is up to 10m only. Wireless access Communication between logger and PC up to 100m line of sight, longer distances up to 5km possible with high gain wireless modules with external antenna. GPRS access Communication between logger and PC can be established anywhere within coverage of the public mobile network. Ethernet access Communication between logger and PC can be established by connecting the logger directly to any ethernet port on a computer network.