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Prevent Disaster with New Low Cost Temperature Scan Wireless Monitoring System
Date:7/20/2009

The newly released Temperature Scan Pro Wireless Monitoring System allows monitoring and logging of temperature, humidity and barometric pressure for up to thirty-two points. The system supports a variety of wireless monitoring devices for any application and environmental setting. The enterprise grade software allows customized logging, reporting and alerting of all monitored locations. Best of all, this system leads the market in affordability and scalability.

Fishers, IN (PRWEB) July 20, 2009 -- After a year of development, the Temperature Scan Pro line of products is released to market. Temperature Scan is ideal for restaurants, cafeterias, grocers, hospitals, dairies, laboratories, server rooms, food warehousing distribution centers, wineries, and other businesses where knowing the temperature and humidity are vital. With the cost-effective Temperature Scan System, businesses can rest assured that any deviation is recorded and that immediate alerts are sent to the appropriate persons.

Proactively monitoring is always the best approach to protecting a business from the disastrous consequences of equipment failures. It also is a great way to ensure compliance with regulations and any standard operating procedures by automating manual recording processes.

According to Dale Schall, Executive Chef for Sodexo, an international provider of integrated food and facilities management services, "The Temperature Scan Pro system has been in use at our facility for about a year and has impressed the National Food Safety auditors who periodically conduct audits of our facility." Regarding the automation capabilities of the system, Dale adds, "We take four daily readings which used to be done manually and were never reliable. Now we use scheduled readings with Temperature Scan Pro and get accurate data which cannot be tampered with by employees."

The wireless system supports ranges up to 3000 feet, rugged outdoor and indoor environments and ranges of temperature of several thousand degrees. The remote units operate on standard AA or D cell batteries and allow near real-time readings for several years before battery replacement is necessary.

Information is captured in a database format which allows for detailed historical reporting and logging. It is possible to setup different reading configurations for each sensor, allowing the ultimate flexibility and customization. Customized alerting capabilities allow for conditional alerts to be sent via email, pager and a number of other possibilities.

There are no hidden or monthly recurring fees and the system is modular allowing only for simple and complex configurations. To find out more about the Temperature Scan Wireless Monitoring System, please visit Temperature Scan for more detailed information.

About Temperature Scan, Inc.:
Temperature Scan is a leader in innovation and software systems for automating environment condition monitoring. Their mission is to bring the cheapest monitoring solution to the masses without sacrificing quality and features. With customers on nearly every continent, they continue to deliver excellence across the globe for a variety of industries and customers.

Contact:
Ben Becker, President
Temperature Scan, Inc.
317-698-4503
http://www.temperaturescan.com

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