A 2-degree change can ruin a shipment. Instant Monnit real-time alerts help you catch and prevent spoilage.
You’re in charge of precious cargo from artisan ice cream to potentially lifesaving pharmaceuticals like COVID-19 vaccines. A tall task, but you can keep your cool and take control by simplifying it with Monnit Wireless Cold Chain Monitoring Devices.
Remotely monitor food and drug temperatures from production to pallets, reefers to retailers. Always know machine health status and that cooler and freezer doors are closed. Want to integrate automated temperature data logging into a quality cold chain monitoring system? Do it confidently—Monnit’s Wireless Temperature Sensors have an industry-leading up to 25-month NIST certification..
With Monnit’s 80+ Internet of Things (IoT) sensors, you can stay on top of the cold chain—from the point of production to the point of sale.
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The Monnit Wireless Low Temperature Sensor provides an ideal cold chain temperature alarm system to keep shipments at subzero temperatures from the freezer to the truck and during shipping & transportation. The sensor takes regular readings and automatically reports data anywhere between -200°C (-328°F) and 0°C (32°F). It is perfect for ultralow temperature monitoring (-80°C/-112°F and below) of freezers holding COVID-19 vaccines. There’s no better way to manage the shipment of ultra-cold commodities than with Monnit.
A sharp spike in power draw might be a signal that your cold chain management equipment requires servicing. Remotely manage power consumption before failure with a Wireless AC Current Meter. Select from the 20 Amp, 150 Amp, and 500 Amp. Monnit has the AC Meter to harness the power of any machine, no matter its size. Round out your remote cold chain monitoring solution with a robust Current Meter.
Where there’s ice, there’s water. Our Water Detection Sensors can detect any melting ice. Monnit proudly offers a variety of water detection devices to read the presence of liquid. Not only can these sensors alert you to melting products, but they can also prevent accidents in the workplace. Whether you choose the Water Detection Standard or Plus, Water Rope, or award-winning Water Puck, Monnit has the right device for the job.
When you require a clear digital reading of temperature during the cold chain cycle, the Wireless Digital Temperature sensor can supply it. Instantly log and chart readings between -40°C (-40°F) and 125°C (257°F) on a secure cloud-based app and deliver accurate reports for food safety monitoring compliance. You can easily modify specific settings and thresholds to comply with federal regulations, no matter your organization. This sensor is another key component of a cold chain temperature monitoring solution.
Is a freezer or cooler door open? Save yourself a trip to check by knowing that a Wireless Open-Closed Sensor will notify you over email, text, or call. This sensor works by detecting a magnet's presence and removal to assess if a door, gate, lid, cabinet, or window is open or closed. Monnit keeps simple answers like this off your mind and on your phone. Eliminate the worry about food or vaccine spoilage from temperature fluctuations with our cold chain monitoring devices.
Cold air circulation is critical to maintaining subzero temperatures required to store and transport frozen products throughout the cold chain. Ideal for wireless cold chain monitoring systems, the Differential Air Pressure Sensor withstands temperatures down to -40°C(-40°F) as it uses two ports to measure air pressure between -500 Pa and +500 Pa through a ventilation system. Low-pressure readings could mean a problem with the freezer or refrigeration unit ventilation and potentially affect product delivery.
Maintaining 0% relative humidity (RH) is achievable with a Monnit Wireless Humidity Sensor. Capable of assessing humidity between 0 – 100% RH and temperatures down to -40°C(-40°F), the Humidity Sensor is a perfect monitor of the ambient refrigerated or frozen environment around the clock. One more way Monnit offers complete cold chain monitoring and provides the best way to compile readings available for assessment and auditing instantly.
Not knowing when there’s a weak link in your cold chain can be costly. With Monnit solutions, there's no need to hire an outside cold chain monitoring company.
Identify problems immediately—avoid setbacks and the impact they have on your operation's reputation. Monnit’s Internet of Things (IoT) sensors give you the current status of each part of your cold chain no matter your location.
Go home each night knowing our sensors will alert you (or your team) if any unusual conditions are detected.
Many monitoring solutions cost a lot or offer a limited sensor line—leaving you with multiple systems to manage.
Grow your system as your operation grows. Monnit has worked with thousands of customers worldwide (including logistics and warehousing professionals) to develop 80+ IoT sensors. Our remote monitoring solutions have delivered billions of readings.
With 15-minute setup, you can quickly see ROI and add components as needed. Scale seasonally, as you add new products, or to meet other industry and regulatory requirements.
Early signs of cooler or other equipment failures can be hard to detect. With a demanding schedule, it can be difficult to check temperatures or vulnerable equipment manually.
Customize notifications for all the conditions you care about. Decide which unusual conditions trigger an alarm sent to you via text, email, or call alert.
Monnit IoT sensors can even trigger alerts for abnormal conditions that would be hard to identify in person. Ensure protection of your equipment, inventory, and company with advanced analytics.
Time adds up when you are manually checking in on cold storage, refrigeration, and other equipment.
Whether managing one section of a cold storage facility or the entire thing, you have other priorities. There aren’t enough hours in the day to physically handle monitoring without sacrificing something.
Automate information collection with Monnit remote monitoring systems. Reclaim your time for more important things—like perfecting your work/life balance.
Worried about your cold storage facility while you’re a vacation? Or maybe you need to be at a customer meeting across town.
Leverage flexible dashboards to protect resources. Keep an eye on cooler temps, equipment status, and other important conditions anytime online. You can also designate team members an users to receive alerts.
Monnit includes convenient mobile apps for Android and iOS so you can still see everything when you are away from your computer. Know more. Worry less.
Many IoT solutions charge hardware usage fees or prevent you from exporting your reading data.
Own your sensors & your data. Use your data wherever you need it—iMonnit dashboards work well for most customers, or you can export data to any 3rd-party software. An API and web hooks are also provided to facilitate the flow of data to other software.
With unlimited data flexibility, it's easy to get vital insights for prioritizing equipment maintenance and making other important decisions for your cold chain operation.
You'll receive an instant alert anytime conditions fall below or exceed predefined thresholds.
Award-winning technology and 15-minute setup mean adding powerful remote monitoring to your business is easy.
Monnit's sensors can be set up within 15 minutes. An intuitive PC or smartphone interface simplifies sensor deployment.
Get the freedom of 2,000+ ft. through 18+ walls of wireless range thanks to one of the most powerful sensor connectivity platforms.
With over 80 different sensor types (and counting), there is a monitoring solution for virtually any business.
Monnit’s technology has won several engineering and sensor awards that validate performance, quality, and innovation.
Industry-exclusive power management gives Monnit sensors up to 10 years of battery life—more than any other brand!
Monnit sensors can be used globally as they support international frequencies (900, 940, 868, and 433 MHz). Monitor anywhere!