Ultra-low temperature freezers can go down to – 86⁰C (-186.5⁰F). Their function is to protect contents of high value, often for long periods of time. ULT freezers are used for biological and biotech storage applications at:
There are many good ultra-low temperature freezers on the market, but we have found that many of our customers struggle with finding a proper way of monitoring temperatures in them.
Ultra-low temperature laboratory freezers come with high efficiency insulation plus cabinet and door-mounted gaskets. However, errors can occur in which case an alarm system should provide an immediate alert. With Eupry’s WiFi data loggers it is possible to add live monitoring and alarming via email and SMS.
Eupry’s WiFi Datalogger can be attached to a special probe that is installed via the service port or just over the rubber gasket in the door. The silicone cable is made specifically for ultra-low temperature freezers and is designed not to wear or tear the rubber gasket.
When our data loggers alert you to changes, you are able to adjust the temperature in the ULT-freezer in time. Eupry is a preferred solution to log and track temperatures in ultra-low temperature freezers in the medical, healthcare and laboratory industries because we do not only provide hardware in top-grade quality, we provide wireless temperature data loggers that automatically let you know in real time when critical temperature changes occur.
Below we have listed a number of qualities of our solution. The list is far from exhaustive, however, and you are therefore welcome to contact us for more information.
The Eupry app lets you track historical measurements. The data is sent to you in a highly secure and encrypted format and is safely stored within the Eupry system for up to 5 years.
The Eupry team has developed a long-lasting device that runs for two years on normal AA batteries and lets you know when batteries are running low via text or email.
See what it’s like to have all aspects of temperature monitoring done for you.
Many ultra-low temperature freezers come with a built-in logging system that can be exported via a USB-stick. However, there are several limitations when using such a system.