New Traceable® Data Logging Ethernet Thermometers Provide Another Option for Connectivity

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When Ethernet is the preferred technology for IoT connectivity, customers now have that option with the new Traceable® Data Logging Ethernet Thermometers Compatible with TraceableLive™ Cloud-Based Service.

These handy instruments provide 24/7 connection to critical environments from anywhere. The data loggers offer an easy and secure way to connect via a smartphone, tablet or personal computer remotely with water baths, refrigerators, freezers and biological/pharmaceutical lab equipment without having to use Wi-Fi or Bluetooth® technology.

The Traceable® Data Logging Ethernet Thermometers are easy to set up and use. Once set up is complete, end users can securely monitor parameters 24/7, control alarms remotely, view data logging history, run reports in real time and give access to other team members. Stay connected via smartphone, tablet or computer, with no local software required to use the cloud-based interface. The thermometers feature audible and visual alarms that help those present in the lab identify any out-of-range conditions. Each thermometer includes a calibrated probe. Thermometer re-calibration is accomplished by simply replacing the probe. Traceable products are calibrated to NIST-traceable standards and ready to use right out of the box.

TraceableLive cloud-based interface allows multiple users to stay connected and monitor critical environments 24/7 from anywhere. The TraceableLive app allows for viewing mobile push notifications, emails, or texts for out-of-range conditions or connectivity interruptions. A low-cost subscription is required for TraceableLive use. Get more information on the Traceable Ethernet Data Loggers on our website at here.

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Julia Lock, Cole Parmer

Julia Lock is a Content Specialist at Cole-Parmer, responsible for delivering accurate application based information about a broad range of products. Prior to joining the company, Julia spent several years in academia, in the lab, and out in the field undertaking plant pathology studies, after which she obtained a doctorate in 2018. She can be reached at Julia.lock@coleparmer.com