Laboratory Temperature Monitoring System

Whether storing medical or biological components, trial samples or chemical compounds, it is vital that they are protected from straying outside of their strictly defined temperature ranges. Doing so would most likely render them useless and potentially impact your research. Consequently, having high quality temperature monitoring data is essential for regulatory compliance, whatever is being stored in the laboratory. Keeping materials at consistent and stable temperatures is crucial to the operation and success, which is why temperature monitoring systems are so important to every type of laboratory.

How E-Control Systems Works for Laboratory

E-Control Systems provides a comprehensive monitoring solution tailored for laboratory environments. Our system utilizes advanced sensors to continuously monitor critical parameters such as temperature, humidity, air quality, and differential pressure in laboratories. Real-time data is collected and analyzed, providing instant visibility into the conditions of the laboratory spaces.

E-Control Systems provides proactive management through customizable alerts and notifications, promptly alerting designated personnel when parameters deviate from the desired range. This enables immediate action to prevent potential damage or loss of sensitive samples or experiments. The system supports regulatory compliance with detailed documentation, audit logs, and reports. Additionally, our solution includes features like data logging, reporting, and analytics for comprehensive historical records, trend analysis, and identifying areas for improvement. Authorized personnel can also remotely monitor and manage the laboratory environment from anywhere, facilitating swift decision-making and intervention.

E-Control Systems Features for Laboratory

What makes E-Control Systems stand out? Our sensors and intelligates can monitor any aspect of your Laboratory business 24/7.


Cell Phone Alerts:

Receive Real-time alerts right on your cell phone, should any of your temperatures fall out of range, thus giving you an opportunity to avoid costly product loss.


FusionLiveā„¢ Dashboard:

See your entire operation, including multiple locations at a glance, on your customized Dashboard.


24/7 Continuous Monitoring:

Rest assured knowing that your equipment temperatures are being monitored 24 hours a day.


Web & App Based:

Our software is both web based and App based, making it possible to view your operation virtually anywhere.


Daily Summary Reports:

View and print Daily Summary Reports of all your locations/assets and see the overall performance of your entire operation.


Great on Any Device:

View Your Operation 24/7/365 from any computer, smart phone, or tablet.

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What Sets Our Laboratory Monitoring Apart from Other Options in the Market?

E-Control Systems' laboratory monitoring solution stands out from other options in the market due to its unique features and capabilities. Our system offers comprehensive monitoring of critical parameters such as temperature, humidity, air quality, and differential pressure in laboratory environments. It provides real-time data collection, analysis, and visualization, allowing for instant visibility into the laboratory conditions and facilitating proactive management.

Our laboratory monitoring solution offers advanced features tailored for laboratory settings. It includes customizable alerts for immediate action, supports regulatory compliance with documentation and audit logs, provides data logging and analytics for trend analysis, and enables remote access for swift decision-making and intervention.

Our Laboratory Customers Include:


Lab Temperature Monitoring System - Equipment, Lab Freezers, Refrigerators

However, 44% of labs do not have a temperature monitoring system in place. Traditional methods of temperature recording are manual, time-consuming and usually fail to give the entire picture. In most cases laboratory staff must physically take readings and then enter them into spreadsheets, which means they spend hours carrying out checks and inputing data rather than their actual work.

Technology now provides a better solution to the manual alternative. E-Control Systems’ lab temperature monitoring system will capture the important data in your lab 24/7 through sensors within fridges, freezers and other equipment. The data then uploads to the cloud where anyone that has access can view it wherever they are. If temperature readings move outside predetermined ranges alerts can be sent to staff, at any time day or night, through warnings that you can get through text messages or your computer, smart phone or tablet. Alerts can also be used to let staff know when other items, such as maintenance or safety checks, are needed. E-Control Systems’ temperature monitoring systems is designed specifically to ensure that all of your laboratory procedures are carried out consistently.

Laboratory conditions call for very precise temperatures. For this reason, a finely tuned temperature monitoring system is one of the most important tools for a lab. A failure at a lab can often mean that life-saving vaccines get compromised or years of research get destroyed. Unlike other industries, you can’t often put a price-tag on a failure at a lab.

E-Control Systems can help automate all of your laboratory temperature requirements, including, 4 °C Refrigerators, -20 °C Freezers, -80 °C Ultra Low Temperature Freezers, -200 °C Liquid Nitrogen Freezers, Incubators, as well as humidity and room pressure differential. Also, E-Control Systems enables you to collect FDA required data by simplifying 21 CFR Part 11 compliance.

Don’t let time and money go to waste, make sure you have a wireless temperature monitoring system that you can rely on.

Switching from manual recording to E-Control Systems’ temperature monitoring system will deliver five main benefits in your laboratory:


1. Continuous Data Recording

Our system is programmed to send out warnings and alerts when temperatures move outside of the zones you define. Lab staff can be contacted at any time day or night, and a response quickly organized. These alerts are particularly crucial for labs that are not staffed 24/7. Employees that are on-call can take swift action if any equipment stops working as it should. Continuous monitoring and data recording also give the advantage of anticipating any future problems, such as a slow rise in temperatures over a period of time, so action can be taken before any issues escalate further.


2. Increased Productivity

Highly trained and skilled lab staff still spend a great deal of time manually monitoring equipment every day. By automating the process their time spent doing this can be otherwise focused on the more important work they were trained to do. This improves efficiency and boosts productivity while not only still safeguarding samples, but doing so without human error.


3. Anticipate Malfunctions and Failures

Besides logging data, temperature monitoring systems can also warn you of an issue with your lab equipment before it happens. Alerts can be set to warn you if there is a power outage, your lab equipment needs maintenance, or when items like temperature slowly change, meaning that there is probably an issue with that piece of equipment.


4. Aiding Compliance

Laboratories are required to provide full electronic traceability across the cold chain. Additionally, medical laboratories need to comply with their own standards. Collecting the data for compliance manually is yet another time-consuming step, and there is always the possibility of human error as the data is entered into spreadsheets. Temperature monitoring systems automate the data collection process, while also ensuring it is available and in the right format. Furthermore, you have access to it 24/7 and while you’re away from you lab, which makes preparing for assessments much simpler, faster and more convenient.


5. View Your Data from Anywhere

Not only does our temperature monitoring system have access to the cloud to store your data, but it also has its own mobile app. Your data can be accessed by you, or anyone you give access, from any computer, smart phone or tablet. It can also be accessed from inside your lab, on a conference trip, or during a vacation anywhere in the world!

Laboratory Temperature and Humidity Control Standards

Airborne Infection Control

Working with different strains of bacteria in a lab can be risky and even dangerous if proper humidity control isn't met. Humidifiers regulate humidity. This ensures aerosols and other hazardous airborne materials cannot spread as easily. Proper humidity control is essential to the wellbeing of laboratory workers as well.

Equipment Protection

Laboratories usually demand a humidity to run properly. Proper humidity protects sensitive equipment from electrostatic discharges, and also reduces the risk of damage from excessive moisture buildup on the equipment. Humidity levels should usually be between 40 and 60 percent in labs to protect sensitive laboratory equipment.

Data Accuracy

Lab data is directly tied to the source bacteria and materials that are examined. If humidity in the environment is too low or high it can produce inaccurate results. Humidity conditions in your lab should be consistently maintained to ensure accurate data.

Energy Efficiency

Equipment in labs is abundant, and so is the power needed to run most labs. With regulated and consistent humidity control a laboratory's energy consumption can be greatly reduced, saving labs valuable resources for other needs.

For more information about what E-Control Systems can do for your lab take a look at our Life Science solutions.

Contact Us to See What Sets Us Apart 888.384.3274 or Request a Quote Today!

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