TempTRIP’s products have evolved over the years to provide a more “hands-off” experience for users. The latest temperature loggers are read wirelessly by Edge readers, tablets or phones. The results can be viewed from anywhere on TempTRIP’s data site.
TempTRIP’s latest temperature loggers, or “tags”, use Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology. BLE allows the reading of tags hundreds of feet away as well as through walls, trailers, containers, cartons and coolers.
The tags can be placed on the outside of a pallet (like traditional loggers) or inside a box or carton with the product. They can also be attached (permanently) to the inside of trailers, containers, or to warehouse or store shelves.
Tablets and Edge Readers
TempTRIP’s Bluetooth loggers are read by “Edge” readers, tablets and phones. Edge readers are connected directly to the Internet via Ethernet, Power-over-Ethernet (PoE), or cell. These environmentally tough, low-maintenance readers are typically placed out of the way, high on facility walls (or in ceilings).
Tablet readers give users a more portable way to read-in tags and view temperature results. Like the Edge readers, they also have a PoE model that can be mounted in facilities. Cellular-equipped tablets are used in truck cabs to read the trailers’ tags and send the data to the Internet in real time.
TempTRIP Data Site
The data site is the heart of TempTRIP’s system. Temperature results from the field are matched with related information to present meaningful views and reports. Everything from classic temperature
graphs and multi-graphs to full-blown Business Intelligence is available. Sorting, grouping, filtering and storing reports allows users to configure their results exactly how they want to see them.