Data loggers are used extensively in the meat and poultry industries where it is vital that temperatures are accurately maintained at specified levels and recorded for ongoing verification.
Data loggers are used in processing, cooking, pasteurisation, cooling and freezing. They are used throughout cold chain storage and distribution; in refrigerators, freezers and chilled display cabinets; and during sterilisation procedures and in industrial dishwashers.
Both standalone Tinytag data loggers and the Tinytag Radio Data Logging System are an effective solution for temperature and relative humidity monitoring in the meat and poultry industries, allowing conditions to be recorded, analysed and validated.
Standalone loggers record data which is downloaded via a USB cable to a PC for analysis. Radio loggers gather information automatically using wireless communications: the System consists of a receiver connected to a computer or LAN and a number of radio loggers which self-configure to form a robust mesh network. The loggers work together to send information to the receiver for viewing on a PC, across a LAN, or remotely across the internet.