Monitoring temperature in supermarkets
You deal with fresh, easily spoilt goods every day. The quality of the products must always be immaculate, so that inferior goods are not brought into circulation.
But how can you ensure that the temperature at all relevant locations always fulfils the requirements?
With the WiFi data logger system testo Saveris 2, you now monitor temperatures in supermarkets securely, automatically and with a minimum of effort.
Automatic temperature monitoring with a minimum of effort.
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- In order to meet guidelines and regulations (HACCP),
- to efficiently ensure food quality
- and increase the customers' trust.
The testo Saveris 2 WiFi data logger system
- Positioning of the data loggers in refrigerated shelving, deep-freeze chests, storerooms etc.
- Measurement values are automatically transferred to the Cloud, and stored there
- Data are accessible at any time via a web browser – also on a smartphone/tablet
- Alarm (SMS/e-mail) of critical values
How testo Saveris 2 creates more efficiency
- automated and secure temperature monitoring
- no more manual readout and documentation
- all data in view: no matter where you are
- maximum flexibility with the Advanced licence
Get to know our licence models
Choose the scope of function which suits you
For entry-level users: Basic licence
- Free Cloud access
- Pre-set measurement rate
- Alarm by e-mail
Our tip: Full flexibility with the Advanced licence
- Freely selectable measurement rate
- Comparison of several measurement locations
- Convenient automatic report function (PDF, e-mail)
- Convenient alarm by SMS
Download the testo Saveris 2 brochure here
Our offers for supermarkets
We designed testo Saveris 2 so that you can easily assemble your individual solution with the right loggers and your optimum Cloud licence. Our experts are happy to support you.
Additionally, we offer a special set for monitoring refrigerators, which helps you to differentiate between genuine temperature drops and slight fluctuations caused by opening the refrigerator door.