Easy, automated and uninterrupted: the testo Saveris data monitoring system
The testo Saveris data monitoring system is ideally suited for temperature monitoring and temperature control in the most demanding applications. It provides fully automatic measurement of temperature and humidity values - ideal for uses that include the following:
- Process monitoring in the pharmaceutical industry
- Monitoring of the ambient conditions in buildings
- Monitoring of processes in research and development, laboratories and hospitals
- Monitoring the ambient transport conditions for sensitive goods
Measurement supervision with a data monitoring system – this is how it works:
- Up to 150 data loggers (Cloud loggers) can be combined in one system for temperature and humidity measurement.
- Measuring values are transmitted to the testo Saveris base.
- Finally, all the data are seamlessly collected together in the testo Saveris software, enabling analysis.
testo Saveris system overview
Radio and Ethernet probes:
Measures and sends data
- Temperature and humidity measurement
- Individually positionable and extendable
testo Saveris base
- Stores > 18 million values
- Alarm visualization
- Extendable: router, coupler and lots more
testo Saveris software
- Secure, central archiving of data
- Measurement data analysis
- Measurement data evaluation
testo Saveris applications
Download: Temperature control and wireless monitoring with testo Saveris in use
testo Saveris in hospitals
The free download of the application example "Measurement data monitoring in clinics and hospitals with testo Saveris" tells you how the testo Saveris data monitoring system proves its worth in clinical practice. Uses here include monitoring the storage of pharmaceuticals and blood stocks.
Cold chain monitoring with a data logger system
testo Saveris is thus used in the food industry for HACCP compliance and to ensure the quality, safety and shelf life of foods. Download "Compliance with HACCP directives in the food industry with testo Saveris" now.
Your advantages with the testo Saveris 2 data monitoring system
- Significant time and cost savings due to fully automated humidity and temperature monitoring.
- More reliability thanks to a variety of alarm notification options.
- Uninterrupted documentation and detailed analysis of the measuring values in the testo Saveris software.
The all-round service with expert advice, training and practical know-how.
Competent advice about data monitoring systems and temperature monitoring by our experts.
We have the right product solution for your applications – not only for temperature control and measurement supervision.
Determination of measuring locations for your sensors and Cloud loggers.
(Re-)calibration of your sensors and Cloud loggers for the precise monitoring of measuring values – on site too.
Instruction and training in using the data monitoring system.
Our experts are available to answer any questions you may have about temperature monitoring, temperature control and data monitoring systems.
Recommendation for you: data logger software from Testo
Data loggers are particularly suitable when your application requires measurement data monitoring. These small aids measure and document a really wide variety of measurement parameters. Measuring values have to either be read out manually or sent via WiFi to the Testo Cloud. There they can be accessed by any internet-capable terminal device.
Data loggers for temperature and humidity
Data loggers for pressure
The pressure measurement parameter also has to be measured and monitored in many applications. A pressure data logger is used to do this. It measures, monitors and documents the absolute pressure. Amongst other applications, it is ideal for laboratories where consistent pressure conditions are needed.
Carbon dioxide is one of the most important factors influencing indoor air quality (IAQ). If the CO₂ content is too high, the users of a room feel tired and unwell. Headaches and poor concentration may also occur. That is why it is important to monitor CO₂with a CO₂ data logger.
Many items in museums, galleries and archives are light-sensitive and must not be exposed to too much UV radiation. This would endanger the valuable exhibits and reduce their value. That is why there is increasing use of UV data loggers in these applications.
Data loggers for vibrations
When sensitive goods, such as artworks or high-tech products, are being transported, vibrations must only vary within a defined tolerance range. This is monitored using a shock data logger.