Our Temperature iLogger allows the user to monitor and store any changes in temperature within most environments between -40 to +85 degrees C. The logged data shows that goods have been stored within the correct temperature ranges and ensures that any temperature controlled equipment is working as specified, for use in areas such as:
The Temperature iLogger can store time, date and temperature from every 60 seconds to every 4 hours continuously for days , weeks, or months. This data is then transferred to a PC to produce a compliance report to ensure food safety or material storage has been maintained to the required directives, the system can also highlight potential problem areas usually before any serious effects occur.
The system eliminates the tedious, time consuming and error prone production of manual temperature logs or information. The logger automatically stores time ,date, and temperature and provides an audit trail that ensures compliance or legal obligations have been performed. This is required by HACCP, DEFRA and Health & Safety directives.
The Temperature iLogger Starter pack contains all that you will need to get started recording temperatures. It contains an iLogger, a USB PC interface, a reader cable and of course the application program ready to install onto a Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7 based computer.
Cambridge Microprocessor Systems Limited are pioneering designers and manufacturers of bespoke communications systems, electronic controllers, data loggers, networking and network peripherals, signal conditioning systems, and embedded controllers for use in aircraft testing, stock control, oil and petrochemical exploration, marine science, laser control, environmental control, and training and education. They also provide PAT Testing services to ensure their customers premises and equipment comply with legal requirements.
Based in Great Dunmow, Cambridge Microprocessor Systems are ideally located to provide PAT Testing Services and bespoke communications equipment to clients throughout Essex, including Chelmsford, Dunmow, Harlow, Braintree and Bishops Stortford.