Many laboratories record equipment temperatures manually. Not only does this take valuable staff time, but it also increases the risk of mistakes or oversights. Most importantly, it doesn’t give you the chance to react quickly should there be a malfunction. This could lead to a loss of valuable research, and has the potential to be devastating.

With the WiFi data logger system testo Saveris 2, you monitor temperature securely, automatically and with a minimum of effort.

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Your Challenge

Temperature monitoring

  • Compliance with UKAS requirements
  • Proof of due-diligence with accurate and detailed records
  • Ensuring valuable research is protected
  • Lack of staff resource
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Your solution

The testo Saveris 2 WiFi data logger system

  • Flexible system to incorporate all measurement points
  • Proof of due-diligence for audits
  • Alarm function for peace of mind and protection of research
  • Measurement values are automatically transferred to the Cloud, and stored
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Your advantages

How testo Saveris 2 creates more efficiency in day-to-day business

  • Automated and secure temperature monitoring
  • Data is accessible at all times via web browser, smartphone or tablet
  • No more manual readout and documentation
  • Maximum flexibility with the Advanced licence
  • Supports WPA2 Enterprise networks
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Every laboratory is different. That's why you can assemble your testo Saveris 2 package, with the right loggers and the optimum Cloud licence yourself. We are happy to assist you with this.

Thanks to the wide range of probes available, with a testo Saveris 2 you can monitor temperatures as low as -195°C, as well as the option to monitor relative humidity.

Case study: Stansted Laboratories

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To the case study

Testo Saveris 2 provides reliable, low cost, automated temperature monitoring for Stansted Laboratories. Read the full case study to find out more.

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Do you have any questions?
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