Commercial refrigeration monitoring

Preserve your chilled or frozen inventory with a temperature monitoring system.

Simplify temperature monitoring across your commercial refrigeration and cold storage. Remotely monitor commercial freezer and refrigeration unit performance. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Food Modernization Act (FMA) has strict guidelines regarding food cold storage safety. All Sensors automatically log their data readings so staying compliant with health and food safety regulations is as easy as looking at your phone.

All related  IoT monitoring devices remotely monitor and report data to a digitally logged Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point compliant record. Installing a wireless sensor is the best way to achieve satisfactory Electronic Record and Electronic Signature (ERES) compliance and meet 21 Code of Regulation (CFR) Part 11 requirements.

You don’t need to be worried about your refrigerators or freezers failing while you’re not around. Our solution and intelligent Wireless Devices Sensors will help ease that anxiety by automatically recording data, sounding high freezer temperature alarms, and sending cooler temp alerts to your phone.

Call Deplofy for Cold Storage Monitoring Systems what you will—commercial freezer alarms, sensors, thermometers, or wireless refrigerator monitors—they can easily handle your business temperature monitoring. And the best part, it’s more affordable than you think.

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The principal purpose of a commercial refrigerator or freezer is to keep cold and frozen inventory out of the danger zone. Temperature Sensor with a temperature probe installed to monitor conditions between -40°C (-40°F) and +4°C (+40°F) makes it possible to manage any refrigeration unit from your phone remotely. You can configure settings to ignore periodic defrost cycles or rise in cooler temperatures when the door is open, minimizing false freezer alarms. Accurate readings from our fridge temp monitoring system are delivered and logged in the related cloud-based app for easy download.

Is the door to your refrigeration unit continually being left open? Erase the worry over what this innocent mistake might inflict on product loss and weak security with the Monnit Open-Closed Sensor. Contact between a magnet is registered to report if a door is open or closed. You can configure settings to let you know if a refrigerator or freezer door has been open for an excessive amount of time and ignore false alarms resulting from shorter periods of activity.

The loss of power to your refrigeration units or cooling system presents a significant problem. Our AC Current Meters monitor the power draw and alert you the moment failure is detected. Sharp spikes could forecast overwork issues with your system. Knowing about their frequency could help you avoid power-related problems down the road.

Where there’s ice, there’s water. Setting a Water Detection Puck or Water Rope Sensor outside your freezer or walk-in can update you on leaks. The Water Detection Puck and Water Rope Sensors work with our other cooler monitoring systems as ideal refrigeration alarm systems. They’re instrumental in preventing employee slip and fall accidents and losing inventory due to a severe malfunction or temperature excursion and thawing event.

Is there someone in the walk-in freezer or refrigerator? You can know just by checking your phone and see if the our Motion Detection Sensor installed to monitor your unit has registered any activity. As with all our sensors, this alarm’s readings are digitally logged, accessible only to the account manager and others with permission to view that data. This helps immensely with loss prevention and regulating access if the unit is restricted.

Commercial refrigeration temperatures exist in a fragile ecosystem. The Humidity Sensor monitors the percent of moisture in the air and temperature to keep your system running smoothly. We have the right refrigeration monitoring tools for the job, whether it’s a commercial bar, merchandise, food prep, mini reach-in, commercial reach-in, or an anhydrous ammonia cooling system.

Ice buildup inside a commercial refrigeration unit is a top concern amongst professionals. Using a Differential Air Pressure Sensor to monitor readings received through the ventilation system can manage this common problem. Other issues it could reveal include dirty filters, evaporator fan motor failure, and accumulation of dirt and debris in the ventilation system. It’s another key element of a robust monitoring system.

Attaching a Vibration Meter to the exterior of a commercial bar, merchandise, or food prep refrigeration unit can detect the subtle quiver of an operating system. The Leaded Advanced Vibration Meter includes a cube attached to a wire small enough to slip between vents and monitor a fan’s activity. These applications are ideal for detecting if your unit is functioning at peak efficiency. You’re also alerted in case of malfunction.


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