Reduce risks with wireless temperature data loggers

  • Monitor in real-time on any screen
  • Print audit reports in 3 clicks
  • Calibrate without swapping devices

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Stay ahead with real-time monitoring

Be in control of your temperature and humidity monitoring at all times – with our wireless data loggers, all data is right at your fingertips.

The lightweight loggers are always on (also during lapses in Wi-Fi/4G coverage) continuously send data to the included software, and come with annual calibration without you needing to switch devices.

Reduce errors, track compliance on any screen, get instant alerts, and download audit-ready reports within seconds.

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Save around 50-70% of time

We have saved around 50-70% of the time we spend on temperature monitoring.

Anders Rasmussen Senior Logistic Manager, Dechra Pharmaceuticals PLC

What are the benefits?

  • Real-time monitoring

    The data loggers allow you to track live data during both mapping studies and monitoring to act on deviations quickly and mitigate risks.

  • Intelligent deviation alarms

    SMS/e-mail alarm functionality filters out insignificant alarms and gray zones. Personalization lets you decide who receives what type of alarm and when.

  • Single source of truth

    Whether it is an alarm or calibration coming up, the software gives you ONE digital source of information across monitoring, mapping, and calibration.

  • Calibration included

    Our patented technology provides the most cost-efficient calibration solution by letting you handle calibration without swapping devices.

  • Digital reporting

    From calibration certificates to deviations. All temperature data is digitally stored, and you can export full audit reports in just 3 clicks.

  • Minimize mistakes

    Removing manual tasks means removing manual errors giving you complete confidence in your temperature compliance.

  • Full process clarity

    Complete overview of every step of the monitoring process. Control the process to control compliance.

  • Someone to call

    Questions? Our temperature compliance specialists are on call when you need.

  • Financial certainty

    Get complete predictability through a subscription model and equipment warranty. If it breaks, we will replace it (but it won’t break).

  • Adapt to your needs

    Subscription flexibility lets you scale when you – or your management – say it is time to expand on equipment or locations.

  • No compliance surprises

    ISO 17025-calibrated, ISO 27001-secured, and FDA 21 CFR Part 11-simplified – rest easy, you are fully compliant.

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How the monitoring solution works

1. No installation hick-ups

You receive and install the amount of wireless data loggers relevant to your need. They are easy to install and a quality expert will be ready to assist if needed.

2. Manual tasks turned automated

The data loggers automatically transfer your data to the included cloud-based software. No more USB transfers.

3. Reliable deviation dealing

Real-time monitoring and customizable alarms let you act on critical deviations immediately. The deviation module automatically logs alarms to easily create NCRs.

4. All data instantly available

Track compliance on any screen, and download calibration certificates, temperature reports, and full audit logs with just a few clicks. ALL your temperature data is automatically archived and accessible in one place.

5. Calibrate without swapping devices

Calibrate in one go, ditch extra data loggers, avoid delays, and cut time spent by 70% with our patented technology allowing you to do calibrations without changing devices.

Customers worldwide benefiting from Eupry

Included monitoring software with all data

With the wireless data loggers, you get access to an online platform offering you real-time data in a user-friendly, IT-validated environment.

Included calibration without swapping data loggers

Our patented technology removes the cumbersomeness of calibration. By turning the sensors into easily-changeable calibration “antennas”, the Aliio technology lets you calibrate all loggers at once without switching devices.

When it is time, we simply send you newly calibrated sensors to replace the old ones. It is like replacing a battery; you keep the device and switch out the antenna.

Eupry's calibration process

You are notified

The system monitors your data loggers status, notifies you when it's calibration time, and we send you newly calibrated sensors. No more worrying about keeping up with calibrations.

You replace sensors in seconds

The patented technology allows you to simply replace the sensor in each data logger without ever having to remove them from the unit - all your calibrations are now done.

Documentation is stored

The software automatically joins data, and calibrations certificates are digitally stored and can be accessed and included an audit-ready report with just a few clicks.

Client Testimonials

  • The calibration of the Eupry temperature loggers is easy and quick. I received a box with the new sensors (…) It took me under an hour to calibrate 40 loggers – including the time it took to find the refrigerators.”

    Kasper H. Christophersen

    Research Associate at Novozymes

Technical specifications of the data loggers

The sensors

We removed the cumbersomeness of calibrations with our patented Aliio technology. The sensors work as easily-changeable calibration “antennas” that allow you to calibrate without switching devices – making it the most cost-effective calibration solution on the market.

The solution offers sensors for all temperature and humidity monitoring requirements.

P1T - External Temperature Sensor

Temperature operating range: -50°C to +50°C (-58°F to 122°F).

Resolution: 0.01°C (0.018°F).

P1TH - External Temperature & Humidity Sensor

Temperature operating range: -40°C to +50°C (-40°F to 122°F).

Resolution: 0.01°C (0.018°F).

P1CTH - External CO2, Temperature & Humidity Sensor

Temperature operating range: -20 °C to +50 °C (-4 °F to 122 °F).

Resolution: 0.01 °C (0.018 °F).

P2T - External Temperature Probe

Temperature operating range: -90 °C to +50 °C (-130 °F to 122 °F).

Resolution: 0.03 °C (0.054 °F)

P2TH - External Temperature & Humidity Probe

Temperature operating range: -40°C to +100°C (-40°F to 212°F).

Resolution: 0.01°C (0.018°F)

P2T1 - External Temperature Teflon Probe

Temperature operating range: -200 °C to +200 °C (-320.8 °F to 392 °F).

Resolution: 0.03 °C (0.054 °F)

P3T - External High Precision Temperature Probe

Temperature operating range: -55°C to +150°C (-67 °F to 302 °F).

Resolution: 0.01 °C (0.018 °F)

P2T2 - External Temperature Thermocouple Probe

Temperature operating range: -40 °C to 1100 °C.

Resolution: 0.25 °C

P5T - Externam Temperature Silicone Probe (5m)

Temperature operating range: -90 °C to +150 °C (-320.8 °F to 302 °F).

Resolution: 0.03 °C (0.054 °F)

P5T1 - External Temperature Teflon Probe (5m)

Temperature operating range: -200 °C to +200 °C (-320.8 °F to 392 °F).

Resolution: 0.03 °C (0.054 °F)

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Our subscription model will give you full financial predictability of your temperature monitoring practice and offer significant cost savings. Reach out to discuss your needs with our quality specialists.

The compliance components

All your compliance boxes? Consider them ticked. Plus, we keep you ahead as requirements develop.

Novo Nordisk audited

Compliance rated high by Novo Nordisk

Novo Nordisk audited our temperature monitoring solution and awarded it a “High” compliance rating.

“Eupry Aps provided enough documentation to conclude that procedures and efficient controls to ensure compliance are in place and well-functioning as intended in all key areas/processes, and that management and employees displayed strong understanding and positive attitude in regard to compliance,” ISO AUDIT REPORT by Novo Nordisk, June 2023

FDA 21 CFR Part 11

FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliance made easy

The system has a specialized 21 CFR Part 11 module and makes it simple to comply with the regulation.

  • Fully validated system
  • Digitally sign changes
  • Export audit logs

And much more.

Included calibration

Simple calibration without downtime

No more worrying about (inefficient) calibration.

Our patented technology reshapes the way data logger calibrations are handled to greatly simplify the process.

New calibrated sensors are sent when you need them to be replaced in seconds. Data is automatically merged and certificates are stored in the software.

No extra loggers, no downtime, and no fragmented data.

Choose between ISO 17025 accredited or traceable 3-point calibration.

The calibration is included in the service with no extra costs.

“Particularly convenient is the automated calibration process where external calibrated sensors are replaced with new calibrated ones automatically,“ Eric Clausen Distribution Manager at Freja

Validated software

IT-validated compliance software your IT department will love

The monitoring software is fully validated – a critical factor for regulated industries like pharma and biotech. The validation ensures that the software meets industry standards and compliance requirements, reducing the risk of costly errors or data integrity issues.

Qualification protocol

IQ OQ Qualification protocol included

The included Qualification Protocol helps you achieve GxP compliance with a custom-designed process for temperature monitoring.

This ensures:

  • proper installation of the temperature monitoring system.
  • correct configuration of all settings.
  • effective procedures for managing alarms and deviations.
Data security

Secure storage of all your data

Data security is handled according to ISO 27001 and Eudralex Vol. 4 Annex 11 Framework standards. All data is encrypted using AES and stored with continual backup procedures for up to five years.

Personal data

Safe storage of personal data

Personal data is handled according to CCPA and GDPR standards, providing an extra layer of assurance for your data's security. In today's data-driven world, regulated industries such as pharma and biotech can't afford to take risks when it comes to personal data, and the service is designed to adhere to the highest standards supporting your compliance.

Frequently asked questions about wireless temperature data loggers

We have gathered some of the most frequently asked questions about wireless data loggers for temperature and humidity monitoring.

What is a wireless data logger?

Data loggers are electronic devices used for monitoring and storing environmental parameters, such as temperature and humidity, within predefined frequencies.

A wireless data logger transmits the recorded data automatically to the web-based system through WiFi. It eliminates the need to manually export data via USB. This allows for effective documentation, analysis, and validation – and for the users of the system to receive alarms if any temperature excursions should occur.

How much does a wireless temperature data logger cost?

A data logger can cost anywhere between $500 to $3000.

However, there are often many hidden costs related to purchasing a data logger. For instance, it will need re-calibrations which are not covered by the initial cost.

Alternatively, you can get complete financial predictability with a subscription, where you do not have to waste time finding a third party that can re-calibrate your sensors or spend extra on calibration as it is all included. The same goes for costs of faulty or simply degraded hardware covered by the warranty of a subscription model.

See what is included in the temperature monitoring subscription.

How do you read a data from a wireless data logger?

Previously you had to connect your data logger to your computer before the data could be read. With a wireless data logger, this is a thing of the past. By using a WiFi or 4G connection, it automatically transmits data to a website from where you can easily access the data.

See which data is included in our monitoring software.

What is the difference between USB and wireless data loggers?

All temperature data loggers operate much like thermometers, but instead of only measuring, the data is also stored on the device.

For USB loggers the data can later be recovered by connecting it to a computer.

For wireless temperature data loggers, the recovery of data happens automatically through a WiFi or 4G connection giving you access to the data in real-time.

See how wireless data loggers work in the product catalog.

What does a data logger measure?

A data logger can monitor various environmental parameters but is most frequently used for measuring temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide, and differential pressure. This makes them useful in many different applications such as for both monitoring as well as validation and mapping exercises.

How do I choose a data logger?

Some key aspects to consider when selecting a data logger:

  • Is it wireless and does it supply access to real-time data?
  • Does it have compatible sensor types?
  • What is the accuracy?
  • Are re-calibration included in the price?
  • What is the logging frequency?
  • How is the battery lifetime and memory size?
  • Does it comply with the relevant standards and regulations specific to your market and industry?
  • Is there software included? And what does it include?
  • Is there support available if you need help?
What are the advantages of a wireless temperature data logger?

There a several advantages of using a wireless data logger:

  • Collection of data is fully automatic as the data loggers automatically transfer your data to the software. No more USB transfers.
  • Readings can be seen in real-time from any computer or tablet and alarms can be sent immediately allowing you to live track compliance during both mapping studies and monitoring to act on deviations quickly and mitigate risks.
  • Risks are lower as it does not rely on personnel remembering to make readings, there are no manual mistakes, and deviations can be spotted right away.
  • Readings are more accurate than if made by a person, as it is made by accredited sensors.
  • Wireless data loggers and sensors can be placed at all heights or other dangerous places, as no one has to go there.
Who should use wireless data loggers?

Wireless data loggers are used to record environmental parameters over time.

Various use cases exist, but wireless data loggers are most frequently used to monitor temperatures in refrigerated storage equipment. Other popular choices include humidity, carbon dioxide, and differential pressure.

Wireless data logging has many different applications across industries. As an example, wireless data logging is often used to measure temperature in the pharmaceutical industry as this industry is known for having high compliance and documentation requirements. The loggers are also specifically useful for biotech and logistics companies.

A wireless data logger obsoletes the use of a USB data logger and the process of manually having to export data.

How often does wireless data loggers need to be calibrated?

The best practice is to have all data loggers in your fleet calibrated on an annual basis and at the same time. Having them calibrated every twelve months ensures optimal accuracy and ideal compliance.

Additionally, it is possible to get a subscription for both wireless data loggers and yearly calibrations where the re-calibrated loggers are sent annually, thereby giving you complete peace of mind.