Warehouse Temperature Monitoring Systems
How to Monitor Temperatures in Pharmaceutical Warehouses
Sensors & Data Loggers
In pharmaceutical warehouses, temperature data loggers read and record temperature data of products or critical spaces from cold rooms to refrigerators. Sensors (thermocouples, thermistors, or RTDs) used in data loggers also need to be calibrated to ± 0.5°C accuracy.
Alarms & Notifications
A warehouse temperature monitoring system should include an integrated alarm function that reports out-of-range events or incidents. This is vital in preventing loss of valuable products by automatically alerting responsible staff via audible or visual alarm, email, SMS, or phone call.
Data Storage & Remote Monitoring
By using a remote warehouse temperature monitoring system, you control how data is collected and what happens once it is collected, whether it’s downloaded or transmitted to a server, computer, or uploaded to the cloud where it can be visualized, analyzed, or validated.
Benefits of Dickson Warehouse Temperature Monitoring System
Effortlessly monitor your pharmaceutical warehouse with 24/7 continuous monitoring. DicksonOne data loggers automatically send data to the cloud, so you can view your data from anywhere at any time.
Easily comply with FDA, GxP, 21 CFR Part 11 regulatory requirements and NABP accreditation standards (DDA (formerly VAWD)) with NIST traceable temperature data loggers and fully compliant warehouse temperature monitoring system.
Receive real-time alerts and proactively take action when critical parameters move outside acceptable thresholds. Choose how and when you wish to receive alerts (by phone call, email, SMS, audio or visual alarms).
Data is everything when you are monitoring the temperature of sensitive pharmaceutical products. With DicksonOne, reports are instantly available from any device, providing you with real-time and historical data of all your critical parameters.