Temperature Logger Sends Alarm Warning Messages by E-mail or Phone

May 11, 2009
Telatemp has updated the MicroPoint 1 Temperature Logger

Telatemp has developed software that allows MicroPoint 1 Temperature Logger users to receive alarm warning messages whenever preset temperature ranges are exceeded. If the logger is connected to a computer during real-time monitoring, an e-mail error report can be sent either on the first occurrence only or as often as once every minute for as long as the condition exists. 

If connected to a telephone line and modem, a six-digit message can go to a pager either on the first occurrence or every five minutes as long as the condition exists.

The small, reusable MicroPoint Logger records up to 32,000 temperature readings over a range from -4°F to 176°F (-20°C to 80°C). At any time during a process or in locations difficult or impossible to access, users can be notified immediately if conditions change and need attention. The software is standard on all new Telatemp Micro-series loggers and can also be retrofitted to upgrade models in the field.