Setra Systems, Inc. (United States) - Press Release: Setra's latest product innovation of wireless transmitters builds on our over fifty years of experience delivering industry leading sensing technology. Our new wireless sensing product line can easily measure and monitor a variety of environmental parameters.
Wireless transmitters are used throughout a number of applications, including but not limited to:
- Compounding Pharmacies
- Pharmaceutical & Medical Device Manufacturing
- Refrigerators & Freezers
- Vaccine Storage
- Blood & Tissue Banks
Monitoring What Matters:
Setra's range of automated wireless transmitters provide accurate, reliable, and easily scalable measurements and monitoring with coverage for multiple measurement points. In addition to being able to measure temperatures as low as -200°C, our wireless transmitters and probes can measure a host of other environmental factors and metrics. Wireless transmitters monitor and record temperature, humidity, and gases such as CO2 as well as track door events. Communicating over Wi-Fi, our wireless transmitters have visual, local, and remote alarm notifications.
Wireless transmitters have secure, dependable data communication and storage both locally and in the cloud with Setra's Continuous Environmental Monitoring Software (CEMS). Each wireless transmitter can store up to 32,000 readings, or approximately three months of data. Should you lose connection to the gateway or the cloud, there would be no loss of data. And with CEMS, users can view real-time data and receive deviation alarms as they occur.
Setra's wireless transmitters, probes, and CEMS will help you stay compliant with the latest regulations without the need for manual record-keeping processes. CEMS provides robust data storage to ensure complete records are error-free and maintained in accordance with applicable regulatory requirements.
Years' worth of historical data is stored in CEMS, along with electronic signatures and audit logs, allowing for easy compliance with regulatory standards like:
- Joint Commission
- 21 CFR Part 11
- Local Boards of Health & Pharmacy