The lack of any software installation and any need for IT support has been an added benefit for my group.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 25, 2008
SensoTech's breakthrough Wireless Temperature Monitoring and Recording system is a big hit with hospitals and health care organizations that are challenged with limited IT support or are looking for a fully web-based monitoring system without the associated risks of outside hosting.
This breakthrough technology for automated temperature monitoring, designed and manufactured in Sweden, has been utilized by European medical, pharmaceutical, food, and other industries since 2004. SensoTech (http://www.sensotechnologies.com) is now extending its services to US establishments.
Since its recent introduction to the US market, SensoTech has already been selected as a preferred vendor by CHW, the largest not-for-profit hospital provider in the West.
Glendale Memorial Hospital, California Hospital and Medical Center, Northridge Hospital, Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, and Fremont Memorial Hospital are a few examples of hospitals that have already implemented the system.
SensoTech Inc. is the only solution provider to offer wireless digital temperature sensors with integrated and advanced firmware which includes web server, and database. Non volatile programs are embedded in the chip and devices instead of external software, databases, or web servers. To the organizations it means zero software installation, no database or web server maintenance, no outside hosting, and no hidden costs.
SensoTech's fully automated temperature sensors, repeaters, and receivers do all the work. A customer can easily move the temperature sensors around or add more, since no wiring is required. Hospitals, blood banks, pharmacies, and labs have all show great interest in SensoTech's product because they can use it without having to rely on their IT departments for any hardware installation, software installation, or technical support.
The SensoTech solution offers a cost-effective and integrated solution for product inventory protection with a high return on investment. "We no longer have to log the temperature information manually, which has improved our operational efficiency and saved a lot of our nurses valuable time." says Edward Lord, Glendale Memorial Hospital's Director of Engineering. "The lack of any software installation and any need for IT support has been an added benefit for my group."
The SensoTech Solution
SensoTech's wireless system meets or exceeds JCAHO, HACCP, AABB, QA and other regulatory guidelines for the maintenance of temperature monitoring records. Sensors may be placed at any location to be monitored such as refrigerators, freezers, computer rooms, water pipes, and cabinets. No wiring is needed, and up to 65 sensors will transmit to a single host receiver. The central receiver connects to a local network, router, or PC, and receives signals from digital sensors that do not require calibration from up to 650 feet away or, with a repeater, up to 1,400 feet away. Accurate temperature measurements are received from the sensors every 60 seconds into a secure and patented application within the central receiver, which tracks and logs all data collected. If a receiver logs an out-of-range condition, an alarm notification will warn users by email, pager, phone, or an external alarm. Administrators or managers can use any computer on their network, or a remote desktop, to access and review the data logs, print reports and graphs, and sign out alarm notifications needed for compliance purposes.
Headquartered in San Diego, California, SensoTech also has an office in Simi Valley , California. A sales representative can be reached by calling 1-800-279-3101, or by emailing salesinfo(at)sensotechnologies.com. Detailed product information is available at http://www.sensotechnologies.com.