To help food industry customers maintain operational effectiveness, uphold quality assurance and meet regulatory compliance, Sensaphone, Aston, Pa., offers temperature sensors that carry traceable calibration certificates, provided by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), a U.S. Commerce Department agency, Gaithersburg, Md.
The WSG wireless ultra-low temperature sensor in a glass bead vial works exclusively with the Sensaphone WSG30 wireless system, monitors temperatures down to -121°F and buffers fluctuations that may cause a preliminary alarm, such as defrost cycles, opening of doors and fans circulating air.
The IMS ultra-low temperature sensor connects to the Sensaphone IMS product line and monitors temperatures in refrigerators or freezers low as -121°F.
The 2.8K ultra-low temperature sensor monitors temperatures down to -121°F.
The 2.8K weatherproof temperature sensor is a sealed sensor that withstands harsh environments and monitors temperatures away from the unit down to -20°F.
The 2.8K temperature sensor in a glass bead vial buffers momentary fluctuations that may cause a preliminary alarm dial out, such as defrost cycles, opening of doors and fans circulating air and monitors temperature down to -121°F.
The NIST Traceable Calibration Certificates include the necessary information to meet stringent accreditation demands, including serial number, test points and individual unit's specific test date.