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Monitoring the Temperature of Complex Systems… and Sandwiches

In a simple cooler or freezer, a single sensor will suffice. Air comes off the cooling unit, is pushed through an in-take vent into the body of the...

Written by Genevieve Shattow | January 29, 2020 | Food Safety

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Demystifying Humidity Regulations

Most non-refrigerated pharmaceuticals come with the recommendation on the package that you store them in a “cool, dry place.” Continuous and automated temperature monitoring makes it easy to follow the “cool” part of these recommendations by changing the temperature of a cooler or freezer when alerted. Wisconsin’s Board of Pharmacy has recently become the first to make a recommendation on how to interpret the “dry”...

Written by Genevieve Shattow | March 26, 2018 | Pharmacy Safety

3 Real-world Situations That Require a Continuous Monitoring System

If your stores are still using paper logs to monitor temperature, you may not have a full understanding of how your equipment affects your products. With traditional twice-daily temperature logging, there’s no way to know what’s happening inside of coolers and freezers throughout the day.

Written by Genevieve Shattow | November 8, 2017 | Connected Facility

Trying to Reason with Hurricane Season

Disasters like the recent hurricanes can be costly for companies that rely on power to keep their products protected. Using both temperature and power outage data, our pharmacy clients were able to assess both product and revenue loss in ways that allowed them to continue to assist patients to the best of their best ability. We evaluated power outages across 1,200 locations we monitor in Florida to generate a...

Written by Genevieve Shattow | September 27, 2017 | Connected Facility

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