Healthmark Offers New Wireless Temperature Monitoring Solutions


Healthmark industries offers two new products sold separately: One that monitors the temperature of reprocessing baths, and the other that monitors the ambient temperature and humidity of critical environments such as decontamination, sterile storage, procedure rooms and others.

The TEMP-WiFi-TP sensor measures the temperature of the environment in which the probe is situated. Data is transmitted wirelessly via a WiFi network to a PC and viewed using the included software. With this tool, staff members can monitor the temperature of cleaning baths and liquid disinfectants in real time by viewing the large, easy to read display. Meanwhile, department management can record, track and document the temperature of these baths from their desktop PC. Ensure compliance with manufacturer IFUs and be able to prove it with simple to produce reports and graphs.

The TEMP-WiFI-TH is a device that measures the temperature and humidity of an environment in which it is situated and transmits data to a PC via a WiFi network. The data logging sensor helps to configure and send a stream of data at regular intervals to your computer. This tool makes monitoring data in other locations simple and convenient. Both TEMP-WiFi sensors are managed by the same easy-to-use desktop software. With the supplied software, real-time data can be captured and recorded for further analysis and reporting. Graphs over any timeframe can be quickly produced; the maximum and minimum temperature over a specified time frame can be tracked.

 Finally, an alarm for low and/or high temperature (and humidity with the "TH") can be set. The alarm can be visual and/or audible on the computer as well as on the sensor itself. The TEMP-WiFi's are durable devices that are rechargeable and each comes with a USB cable and the software needed for installation.

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