Morgue and tissue monitoring

Cadavers and human tissue and organs are extremely fragile and must be handled with respect. Even the slightest change in environmental conditions could speed up decay. Our Sensors offer medical cold storage and other conditions monitoring to ease any concern.

All our devices remotely monitor and digitally log data compliant with federal regulations. Installing long-range wireless sensors will help you monitor, track, and send notifications about nearly everything in your mortuary, morgue, or lab.

Sensor data is managed on any desktop or mobile device. Relieve yourself of the burden caused by concern over cold storage temperature, equipment amperage, access, water leaks, and more with our Sensors.

What we provide

Recommended Sensors

Whether you use a positive or negative cooling chamber, our devices help you regulate medical cold storage temperature. Preserve cadavers by carefully monitoring environmental or climate conditions with a Wireless Temperature Sensor from us.. A standard version automatically records temperatures between -40°C to +125°C (-40°F to +257°F). With low, high, digital, and HVAC duct temperature sensors available. Temperature Sensors operate in the most extreme conditions to be versatile cadavers, morgue, organ, and tissue storage alarms.

Open cooler doors are a source of tremendous anxiety for morticians. Remove the stress and worry over this mistake with our Open-Closed Sensor. These sensors detect a magnet’s presence to evaluate if a drawer, container lid, or restricted area door is open or closed. With custom settings that limit false alarms, we truly separate ourselves from the rest of the pack when managing the decay of human tissue and organs.

Losing power to your cooling chambers or any necessary equipment is costly. Our Wireless AC Current Meters sensors track excessive power consumption that could lead to overheating and system shutdown. We expand the lifetime of your electrical equipment while delivering increased productivity to monitor and care for cadavers, tissue, and organs.

Water leaks can happen, and no business is immune to them. Setting up a Wireless Water Detection Puck to remotely monitor the presence or non-presence of water or other liquids keeps you safe from experiencing slip-and-fall accidents. Keeping the workplace safe is one more area where to help you attain greater peace of mind with a morgue storage monitoring system.

Is cool air moving through your ventilation system at peak speed and efficiency? If you’re not sure, our Wireless Air Velocity Sensor can help with your HVAC and cadaver storage temperature monitoring. Able to record airspeeds of 0 – 50m/s at 8000-meter altitude, the Air Velocity Sensor contributes vastly to maintaining the life of your cooling chamber and enhances organ, tissue, and cadaver temperature monitoring.

Humidity contributes to rising temperatures that can speed up the decomposition cycle. A Wireless Humidity Sensor is the best way to regulate relative humidity (RH) levels and temperature conditions. As with all our devices, readings are automatically recorded for download and assessment from any desktop or mobile device.

Keeping cooling chambers at the ideal freezing points can lead to ice buildup if not adequately maintained. A Differential Air Pressure Sensor manages this problem by reading the airflow in your ventilation system. Dirty filters, evaporator fan motor failure, and accumulation of dirt and debris in the ventilation system are also problems that can be solved with this impressive device to monitor cadavers.

Ferries are highly frequented by passengers seeking to traverse across large bodies of water in the Northeast and parts of the Pacific Northwest corner of the United States. Our Wireless Vehicle Detect/Counter Sensor comes complete with a 9-ft. rubber hose to count any vehicle with a rubber tire. Ferry captains can now accurately understand how many cars they have on board with this versatile device.


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