SafetyCulture Summit 2021
Comply with industry standards and be consistent in maintaining the ideal environment for your laboratories through accurate readings, automated alerts, and wireless data collection.
A laboratory temperature monitoring system allows laboratory managers the capability to align with industry standards and maintain a constant ideal environment for laboratory operations.
A reliable temperature monitoring system gives you the peace of mind of having a secure laboratory so you can focus more on daily operations.
iAuditor’s laboratory temperature monitoring system provides the peace of mind that comes with unfailing round-the-clock wireless temperature monitoring of laboratories.
Set thresholds for any number of sensors that your laboratories may need. Real-time readings with identified thresholds, iAuditor Sensors alerts intended recipients, giving the opportunity for proactive corrective action.
Dependable and easy to set-up, iAuditor’s laboratory temperature monitoring system collects readings that gives you insightful trends to help improve and maintain compliance with industry standards.
iAuditor Sensors are trusted all over the world and add value to operations involved in pharmaceuticals, medicine, food production, manufacturing, storage, aviation, and many more. With iAuditor Sensors, you’ll always be on top of your climate-controlled laboratories.
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Once you’ve connected your sensors or local weather data to iAuditor, you can continuously monitor and maintain your conditions without lifting a finger. Tell us what range conditions need to stay in, and we’ll alert you any time that they go outside this range. From there, you can quickly set up a corrective action within iAuditor, assign it to the right person, and keep track of it until it’s closed out. You’ll also have a complete historical log of data, in case you ever need to check that conditions were met during a certain period, or want to track trends in your conditions.
Only if you want them to. As the admin, you can control which sensors get added, what alerts are set up, and who else is able to make these changes.
We’re working hard to support as many types of sensors as possible! We want to make the most of any data that is important to you. If you’ve already got an internet-connected sensor solution installed and you just want to bring the data into iAuditor, let’s have a chat. No promises, but we’ll do our best to make it happen.
It depends. If you’ve already got sensors and you just want the data to feed into iAuditor, then there’s no added cost! We only charge for any hardware that you buy directly from us, and the ongoing costs associated with running them. See our iAuditor sensors page to learn more about the hardware solutions we offer.
Improve operational efficiency and quality control with automated temperature management. Our wireless temperature sensors/data loggers are centrally connected to your iAuditor account, giving you reliable, updated logs with environmental signatures across several facilities—without having the need to visit them in person.
Time is critical when environmental parameters are breached in facilities such as hospitals, laboratories, data centers, and pharmaceutical warehouses. The iAuditor Temperature Monitoring System allows you to set instant alerts when temperature and humidity measurements go above or below set parameters. Pre-set corrective actions are automatically sent to assigned facilities personnel for immediate resolution to prevent loss of key assets
Through efficient real-time temperature and humidity readings, the iAuditor Laboratory Temperature Monitoring System makes it easier for managers to strengthen compliance with stringent industry regulations. With automated time-stamped reports and audit trails, you can focus more on improving quality across facility processes.
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