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Whether storing products for use in food processing or storing manufacturing materials and finished products, warehouses are increasingly utilizing temperature data loggers to monitor their products and environments. Data loggers also send out alarms whether to drivers or management so they can take corrective measures to save their products before they can spoil. Eliminate product quality issues with a controlled and monitored storage area.

Nowadays there are also many different regulatory pressures on manufacturers and shippers spanning several industries, such as FDA Title 21 CFR Part 11 which mandates that companies electronically monitor and document their products to stay in compliance and prove best practices. As a result, the wide variety of available monitoring systems can make the selection process a long one. Given all their communications and alarm features, temperature data loggers are an ideal way to help protect your products and meet your industry’s specific regulatory needs. Warehouse data loggers are available in standalone and wireless models.

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