• An all-in-one solution for monitoring temperature, relative humidity, light incidence and location in real-time from OneTemp will be on display at foodpro 2023. Image: OneTemp
    An all-in-one solution for monitoring temperature, relative humidity, light incidence and location in real-time from OneTemp will be on display at foodpro 2023. Image: OneTemp
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An all-in-one solution for monitoring temperature, relative humidity, light incidence and location in real-time from OneTemp will be on display at foodpro 2023.

The tempmate-GS2 from OneTemp is a single-use data logger which offers GSM tracking and LTE 4G connectivity for smart logistics worldwide. In addition to providing an overview of shipment status at any time with its LCD display, tempmate-GS2 gives the flexibility to choose from three different devices with a lithium or lithium-free battery for varied application areas and multimodal transports.

The simple configuration option also allows you to generate individual reports for your transport routes and up to 3 device stop/starts.

Moreover, you can count on reliable recording of extremely high or low temperatures with tempmate-GS2 as well as live monitoring with the free tempmate Cloud software for total transparency in your supply chain. In addition to regular data uploads with customisable intervals and automatic alarms for temperature excursions, offline reporting is also available via USB download for extra peace of mind.

For those in food and beverage manufacturing, cold chain logistic companies, or anyone looking to monitor their products in storage and during transit, look no further than the tempmate - GS2 – Real Time Temperature, Relative Humidity & Light Single Use Data Logger should be considered.

OneTemp will be exhibiting at foodpro at stand S52.

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