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  • Buffer Vials

    Here is a brief overview on what buffer vials are and what they are used for. Information Buffer vials from Tempalert are a thermal damper used to minimize temperature spikes. It reduces temperature spikes by 60% and can delay rapid change in temperature readings by 10-15 minutes.The buffer vial...

    Aug 03, 2016 11:47AM EDT
  • Sensor Requirements For Monitoring -80°C Freezers

    When you need to monitor -80°C or below freezers, we recommend our Expanded Range Sensor (AC-TMPEXRJ12). The AC-TMPEXRJ12 is an expanded range temperature sensor that can measure temperatures from -200°C to +200°C (-328°F to +392°F). Compatible with Temperature@lert WiFi and Cellular Edition devices...

    May 06, 2016 10:12AM EDT
  • Different Temperature Readings

    If you are using multiple devices to monitor temperature in you fridge or freezer, it is possible that you will get two different readings. Here are some reasons why a temperature difference may exist. Information Microclimates that exist within fridges and freezers can account for a 10 degree...

    Aug 03, 2016 11:23AM EDT
  • Extending Sensor Cable Length

    The default cable length that ships with the device is 6', but lengths up to 200' are available. Using a longer cable can serve a variety of purposes. It allows one device to cover multiple areas or units that may be far apart from each other. For devices that are having signal issues, a longer c...

    Aug 03, 2016 11:23AM EDT
  • Water Resistance of Sensor

    The standard temperature only and combination temperature/humidity sensors are water resistant and not rated for submersion. We also offer stainless steel (316 FDA approved stainless steel) tipped water proof and chemical resistant temperature sensor probes rated for outdoor use. Devices, includin...

    Aug 03, 2016 11:47AM EDT
  • NIST Calibration Overview

    All Temperature@lert sensors can be provided with a Traceable Calibration Certification which meets the requirements and complies with ISO 17025. The Traceable Certificate indicates that the product is traceable to standards provided by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), a U....

    Aug 03, 2016 11:48AM EDT
  • Install Buffer Vial

    ​This technote provides a visual guide on how to install the Buffer Vial. Buffer vials come with silica(sand) inside, but can be replaced with glycol if needed. Steps Twist the top half of the black portion of the lid until the white plastic stopper can be removed. Place the tip of the se...

    Aug 03, 2016 11:49AM EDT
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