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TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION ADVERTORIAL


NEW automated temperature monitoring uses barcode labels T


ME’s new combined monitoring system uses barcode scanning thermometers to deliver a fully automated system for both instant spot checks and continuous


temperature monitoring. A growing number of businesses are now waking up to the tremendous potential


barcodes offer for temperature monitoring. Barcode labels are free and easy to produce, attachable to just about anything, and have 32 characters which can be used to translate not only the unique identity of any product, appliance, location or process but also critical alarm parameters, advice and instructions. TME’s innovative MM7000 Bluetooth barcode thermometers are combined with


powerful Notion Pro radio monitors, generating temperature results from both handheld measurements and fixed wireless sensors. Temperature results from both sources are transmitted to a central hub allowing all temperature data to be stored and managed in one place. Here are just some of the benefits: • completely paperless records • 24/7 alarm notifications • wide ranging radio transmitters • hosted cloud-based software accessible from your smart phone or PC • text alerts for out of temperature events including door alarms One of the main advantages of the new system is the flexibility gained from using plug-


in sensors which can be varied depending on the application – for example batch cooking during food processing or door alarms required for temperature-sensitive storage.


TME u 01903 700651 u www.tmethermometers.com


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