JRI MySirius IoT laboratory temperature monitoring solution

Wednesday, 01 January, 2020 | Supplied by: Butler Techsense

Now laboratory professionals can view critical environmental information concerning their laboratory refrigerators, freezers, incubators and ovens from the convenience of their own web browser, be it on desktop, tablet or phone.

MySirius is a cloud-based service from JRI that coordinates the collection of sensor data to the cloud and enables users to receive alarms via SMS and email, no matter where they are. The product requires no software and users view information online, in the cloud. Automatic backup and archiving functions are included.

Data is recorded into small sensors called Nano Spy recorders placed inside or outside thermal equipment and transmitted to MySirius using Nano Links, which are small locally connected gateways. These can be LAN, Wi-Fi, 3G/4G or Bluetooth enabled. Data is always secure and accessible, even during network failure.

Parameters such as temperature, relative humidity, CO2, O2, pressure and particle counts can all be recorded and monitored using the Nano Spy and MySirius solution. SMS and email alarms can be sent to any user and are priority managed, so every alarm should always be received and dealt with.

For further information, email info@butlertechsense.com.au.

Online: www.butlertechsense.com.au
Phone: 1800 955 934
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