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Temperature & Humidity Sensors
Our devices are wireless and portable, designed to be placed within refrigeration units (down to -40°C). We can measure temperature range from -200 to +800°C, relative humidity range from 0 – 100%, and an additional sensor can be installed into each device for cross checking.
Temperature Monitoring Application
Temperature data will be recorded 24/7 once the system is live, with no geographical limits. Access your temperature monitoring dashboard remotely and export the temperature logs without the need to be physically present!
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ThermoCare System immediately alerted me about the temperature spike during the second day of Chinese Lunar New Year.
After I harvest my fishes, I will store them in my Cold-room & Freezers. I do not have 24/7 personnel to standby monitoring my Cold-room’s condition. This poses a worry if any of my Cold-room or Freezer were down/malfunctioning.
During Festive Season I had a downtime of my Cold-room during second day of Chinese Lunar New Year. ThermoCare System immediately alert me about the Cold-room’s Temperature spike.
Thanks to ThermoCare System I immediately informed the Cold-room supplier to rush down to investigate and mitigate my Cold-room Temperature issue.
If not for ThermoCare System, I could have lost a million dollar worth of Frozen-Fish Stocks during that incident on Chinese Lunar New Year.
– Evonne Chow, Coldroom Operation Executive
Temperature data have to be uploaded online to be accessed from anywhere.
And for us, our standard ThermoCare solution is hosted on cloud servers. The temperature data from the sensors are uploaded to the cloud servers via the gateways. The data are then processed into useful information which users can access from the dashboard application (from anywhere as long as there is internet coverage).
ThermoCare is utilizing 2 types of sensors:
Our sensors are battery powered and able to transmit the temperature data wirelessly to the gateways. The entire sensor unit contains components responsible for measuring the temperature, transmitting the temperature data to the backend and a battery slot.
The first type of sensor is designed to be placed into the measured environment as the sensor is housed within the body.
The second type of sensor is designed to be placed on the external surface of the freezer unit and we will run the thermal probe into the freezer unit .
For cold storage units that goes down to -20°C such as cold rooms, chest freezers, walk-in chiller, etc. We could simply place our sensors into the cold environment.
For cold storage units that goes below -30°C such as ultra-low temperature (ULT) freezers, cryogenic freezers, etc. We would have to place the sensors on the external surface of the units and run the thermal probe into the units through the access ports on the units.
As COVID-19 continues to evolve, so do we. New vaccines are released periodically to combat new strains of the virus and ThermoCare aims to contribute to the cause against COVID-19.
As such, we made certain to cater our temperature monitoring range for the various vaccines.
- Pfizer : 2 to 8°C (up to 31 days) -70°C (for long term storage)
- Moderna : 2 to 8°C (up to 30 days) -50 to -15°C (for long term storage)
- SinoVac : 2 to 8°C (for long term storage)
- Novavax : 2 to 8°C (for long term storage)
Our sensors and gateways utilizes wireless technology such as BLE and LoRaWAN to communicate and transmit the data from the sensors to the gateways wirelessly. Our IoT devices are tested to ensure the signals have good wall penetration and a good range to fulfill the market requirements.
And the gateway will upload the data onto the cloud servers via WiFi subsequently to provide seamless data communication and maintain the wireless data transaction.
No, our solution is able to work with devices from different vendor. Hence, our solution is in a sense – device agnostic.
Yes! We have sensors with external wired probe as well. These sensors are generally utilized for temperature range outside of -30°C to 70°C. As the CPU unit within the sensors are unable to withstand temperature outside the range of -30°C to 70°C, the external thermal probe is inserted into the freezing unit while the sensor remains outside. Installation of these sensors with external thermal probe takes more effort due to the wiring.
Hence, we only recommend sensors with external wired probes for temperature monitoring outside of the -30°C to 70°C.
A calibration certificate can only be issued by an accredited ISO calibration laboratory.
These laboratories have to meet stringent requirements to achieve the recognized ISO standards to perform calibration for sensor equipment.
The primary international standard that auditors will check for is ISO 17025 for calibration of your sensors.
Any other forms of calibration such as using a reference thermometer to calibrate the sensors, does not warrant a calibration certificate for your sensors.
Yes, but there will be additional charges for this requirement as our sensors have to be calibrated in an ISO accredited laboratory to receive the calibration certificate.
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