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The data monitoring system testo Saveris measures the temperature and humidity values of sensitive goods and products in the environment, in processes and during transport. The easy-to-use measurement system delivers safety and savings in time and costs thanks to automated measurement data recording.

In stationary operation, the transfer of the measurement data takes place via wireless and/or Ethernet connection to a base station. This documents and monitors all measurement data. If limit values are exceeded, a whole range of different alarm options, such as SMS/e-mail alarm or alarm relay is available. Remote alarms can even be given when the system is not connected to a running PC. testo Saveris works in many countries with a radio frequency of 868 MHz.

The base is the heart of testo Saveris and can save 40,000 readings per measurement channel independently of the PC. This corresponds to around one year of memory capacity at a measuring rate of 15 minutes. - large internal store - Alarm via LED, relay - Display of system data and alarms - Energy supply via mains, additional emergency battery for data security

graphical display, 4 control keys, Up to 150 probes can be connected, Interfaces: radio, Ethernet, USB

(As this instrument is configured to your application, please call our Technical Sales Team for more information on 01420 544 433 ext. 203, Quotations available upon request)

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Temperature Monitoring in medical refrigerators - Testo Saveris Temperature Monitoring in medical refrigerators - Testo Saveris Document Transcript

  • Worldwide, more and more medical products need chilled storage, or indeed are even subject to a mandatory cold chain. Among these are anti-bodies, live vaccines such as insulin, or infusions. In order to ensure their effectivity, they must be stored in a constant temperature range of +2 °C to +8 °C. If these upper and lower values are exceeded, the products can be damaged. The consequence would be an increased risk to patients, and economic losses. www.testolimited.com Temperature monitoring in medical refrigerators with testo Saveris. With testo Saveris, it does not need to come to this. The automated data monitoring system reliably measures, monitors and stores the temperatures in medical refrigerators. If limit values are exceeded, it alarms the responsible people immediately, allowing quick intervention in case of emergency. Testo Solution Example application TS_PS_Saveris_Refrigerators_MASTER.indd 1 03.06.2013 11:10:52
  • www.testolimited.com Testo Solution Temperature monitoring in medical refrigerators The challenge: Pharmaceuticals are extremely sensitive to temperature in many ways. This is mainly due to the proteins contained in them. These proteins react extremely sensitively to changing ambient conditions, especially to temperature fluctuations. Freezing a medicine in which they are contained only once can already alter its composition so negatively, that its effectivity is reduced or even entirely lost. In the worst case, toxic decomposition products can even be produced, which, in contrast to food contaminants are not externally identifiable, but which can cause equally serious damage. However, not only medicines themselves or their component substances are endangered outside the permitted temperature range. Their containers or packaging are also affected: Because below-freezing or extremely fluctuating temperatures can cause hairline cracks in ampoules and glass containers, or dissolve so-called leachable components out of the glass. The consequence can be contamination or even a loss of sterility. In order to avoid this, those responsible on site rely on a measurement solution which automatically measures and securely documents the temperature values, functions reliably even in a power cut, and above all, immediately provides alarms when defined temperature limit values are exceeded, or when power – and thus the cold chain is interrupted. The solution: The measurement data monitoring system testo Saveris was developed to meet the challenges of temperature monitoring in medical refrigerators. It offers: • Redundant measurement data archiving and secure recording of measurement values, even in cases of power cuts – for reliable monitoring. • Multiple alarm options (SMS, e-mail, LED) when limit values are exceeded or he power supply interrupted – for quick intervention. • Automated monitoring of temperature and air humidity and central documentation of data – saves time and money. • Comprehensive and automated report management – for a quick overview. • Wide selection of probes – for measurements from -200 °C to over +1000 °C. • Probes with internal and external sensors – for flexible attachment on and in the refrigerator. • Validatable 21 CFR Part 11 software – for standard-compliant work. • Qualification, validation and calibration service – for long-term security. More information. More information and answers to all your questions concerning measurement data monitoring with testo Saveris at www.testolimited.com The measurement data monitoring system testo Saveris with its components USB or Ethernet testo SaverisTM Base Ethernet testo SaverisTM Ethernet probe testo SaverisTM software Ethernet testo SaverisTM Converter V 2.0 testo SaverisTM Router V 2.0 testo SaverisTM wireless probe TS_PS_Saveris_Refrigerators_MASTER.indd 2 03.06.2013 11:11:00