The New and improved Saveris 2 – Cloud based monitoring system

Revolutionary Technology

Let me introduce you to the future of temperature and humidity measurement. The Saveris 2 uses revolutionary technology to make analysis both easier and more accurate than ever before.

The Testo Saveris 2’s unique system has been expertly developed by Testo’s measurement technology specialists in Germany’s Black Forest. This enables users to monitor both temperature and humidity levels easily, anytime and anywhere. This is without compromising security, or any time consuming software.

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Keep on top of things wherever you are

How it works:
Cloud-based temperature and humidity monitoring
The Saveris 2 system’s cloud technology allows information to be stored and accessed remotely. This means users can monitor and react to issues from anywhere in the world. This helps to reduce pressure, relieving the need to be constantly on-site to keep measurement values under control.

Plus – if temperature or humidity levels fluctuate beyond acceptable levels an alert is sent by both e-mail and SMS to the parties’ responsible, allowing action to be taken to prevent any loss of product.

Data is extracted and stored wirelessly and can be accessed by simply logging on to the secure cloud location, which allows for easy viewing of the information. The Saveris 2 is mobile friendly so can be accessed via PC, tablet or smartphone.

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The Saveris 2 can be used across a variety of platforms

Whilst on site with a Saveris 2 system users can scan each Saveris loggers’ built-in QR code to take them to the secure cloud page devoted to the logger’s extracted data, which grants users speedy assessments of individual loggers.

We’re aware businesses are always expanding, therefore  the Saveris 2 system has been designed with flexible expansion capabilities. Customers can start with a simple setup and then add to it when they see fit, allowing room for the system to grow as the business develops.

 

Free Cloud License

We have now introduced a New license model, so customers are no longer required to purchase any sort of cloud license as this is now included completely free of charge. This means you could get started with the Saveris 2 system for as little as £120. Not only that, but all customers who register this year will also get an “Advanced” membership with even more capabilities, absolutely free.

 

Brand new innovative reporting system

Automatic reports can now be sent out daily, weekly or monthly. Alarm thresholds can be shown in the report as well. If aggregated data is used (large number of total measurement values), min/max values can be shown additionally.

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With the new reporting system it couldn’t be easier to manage your data

 

Improvements to Saveris 2 hardware

As well as free license to the cloud system and improvements to the reporting process, there have also been enhancements to the loggers themselves. These include boosted WIFI connectivity and even better battery life. They are also very simple to install, so you will be able to get the system up and running yourself with ease. All in all Testo’s Saveris 2 is a low cost, simple to install product.

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Saveris 2 unit is small and easily manageable

 

Temperature and humidity monitoring re-invented

Monitoring temperature and humidity is particularly important where incorrect climatic conditions can have drastic consequences. some examples of this include:

  • Food production
  • Facilities maintenance
  • Supermarkets
  • Museums
  • IT server rooms
  • Metrology
  • Pharmacy storerooms

 

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Incorrect temperature in food production can be detrimental to a variety of products

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Too low a temperature in pharmacy refrigerators can negatively influence effectiveness of vaccines

 

Businesses can incur needless costs should a cooling or heating system malfunction, leading to wasted stock or worse. Such costs can be detrimental to production and ultimately profit margins.

 

 

Traditionally, there have been two methods for monitoring irregular fluctuations in temperature and humidity; data loggers and data monitoring systems:

Data loggers – are very simple but information needs to be manually acquired and the logger does not always automatically inform users of excessive temperature fluctuations.

Data monitoring  – systems can be complex and require time-consuming installation and maintenance, and, more often than not, are expensive.

Testo’s Saveris 2 offers a remarkably simple and elegant solution, incorporating the strengths of both methods into one reliable, easy to use system.

 

For more information on the Saveris 2 or any of our products please visit our website: http://www.testolimited.com/cloud-based-wireless-monitoring-saveris-2

 

About Testo Limited

We offer an extensive range of instruments for many parameters and applications including; Temperature, Humidity, Velocity, Gas analysis, RPM, Pressure, Light, pH, Sound. testo instruments are widely used in the following sectors: HVAC-R: heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration. Process Industry: manufacturing industries, service companies and utilities. Food Sector: including food manufacture, transport, storage, distribution and retail. Thermal Imaging: for building surveys, maintenance, electrical inspections and production monitoring.

Posted on April 16, 2015, in Data Loggers, Deals, Environmental, Facilities Maintenance, Facilities management, FM, Food, Food Hygiene, Health and Safety, hEATING, Humidity, hvac, Industry, Latest News, News, Online, Product Launches, Safety, Software and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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