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Set temperature and humidity conditions for medical equipment or healthcare facilities’ ambient environment, and be alerted when something goes wrong.
A medical temperature monitoring system is used to ensure regulatory compliance in healthcare institutions and prevent costly product losses. Accurate medical temperature readings are crucial to safeguard assets and specimens remotely, so high-quality patient care can be provided around the clock.
With the iAuditor Medical Temperature Monitoring System, you can detect early signs of medical storage equipment failure immediately. Easily set up your medical temperature monitoring system by attaching the Sensors, adding the Gateway, and customizing alerts in your iAuditor account. Our cloud-based temperature sensors link directly to your iAuditor account, allowing you to view live temperature logs and access historical data from wherever you are. You can add multiple sensors to a single account, so you can easily keep track of multiple locations and improve operational efficiency. iAuditor’s low-cost Medical Temperature Monitoring System can also be connected to your existing network or other data feeds such as local weather.
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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.
Automate peace of mind. Monitor what matters to you, when it matters, and alert the people who need to know — and never lose track of your compliance again.
We offer market-leading temperature and humidity sensors that will last years, and can be set up in minutes without outside help. Your sensors will automatically link to iAuditor, giving you a reliable historical data log, automatic alerts when conditions go outside your set ranges, and the ability to create actions off the back of an alert to track issues from open to close.
Already tracking environmental conditions automatically? Let’s make it meaningful. Whether you’re capturing temperature, humidity, air pressure, air quality, gas concentrations, or even customer feedback with a smiley or sad face, you can use iAuditor to record, alert and action your data.
Connect local weather and set your own critical thresholds to alert your team when they need to take action. Need everyone to stop work when temperatures drop below freezing? No issue. We’ll let them know as soon as it happens.
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