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FDA selects Sensotech's Wireless Temperature Monitoring System
Date:8/4/2009

The US Food and Drug Administration Laboratories in Massachusetts have selected Sensotech's new cutting edge Wireless Temperature Monitoring Systems to monitor and record the temperature of its laboratory equipment.

Simi Valley, CA (PRWEB) -- The FDA laboratories have selected Sensotech over the existing wireless temperature monitoring systems and data loggers due to its scalability, compliance, reporting capability and for its zero cost infrastructure models. The system needed to be simple, offer comprehensive reporting capability; secure, non subscription based or hosted, and to have the future expansion needs of the laboratory.

SensoTech Inc. is the only solution provider to offer wireless digital temperature sensors and data loggers with integrated and advanced firmware which includes web server, and database. Non volatile programs are embedded in the chip and devices instead of external software, databases, or web servers. To the organizations it means zero software installation, no database or web server maintenance, no outside hosting, and no hidden costs.

The patent pending technology has been utilized by European medical, pharmaceutical, food, and other industries since 2004. Since its introduction to the US market, many of the "Best in Class Hospitals" have chosen SensoTech as their Enterprise Monitoring Solution.


About SensoTech

SensoTech is a market leader in RF and RFID environmental monitoring solutions and environmental data loggers for the healthcare, laboratories and food industry. SensoTech provides a practical and comprehensive solution to meet the needs of clinical, pharmacy, nursing, lab, dietary, biomed, blood bank, vaccine clinics, and food service all in one integrated system. The system provides an array of alert notifications and ensures regulatory compliance for Joint Commission, FDA, HACCP, AABB and CAP. Sensotech i
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