In COOLGUARD, the temperature registration system Coolguard manages the central unit's wireless temperature nodes, handsets and cooling down nodes. The system contains an inbuilt GSM/GPRS modem for e.g. sending temperature information and various types of alarms. The COOLGUARD and COOLGUARDLite website provides a quick overview of all temperatures, and can be printed as both text and graphs. If you also have nodes connected to a work task, the temperature is read directly in the work task. If the node is in the handset, the work task will automatically be acknowledged when the temperature has been registered.

can be connected to one of the two relay outlets to signal an alarm. The batteries act as a back-up in case of a power cut.

There are three different nodes for the temperature system.

Fixed nodes are permanently fitted in the fridge/freezer and read the temperature every 30 minutes. The temperatures are set by the central unit to minimum, average and maximum temperatures and are sent once every 24 hours to the COOLGUARD web service via SMS. These temperature readings are displayed simply and clearly in both a table and graph in the COOLGUARD. Fixed nodes are also equipped with an alarm function, which is activated when temperatures drastically fall/rise, e.g. as a result of damage. The nodes are connected to one or more SMS numbers/E-mail addresses, and the recipient is notified that something is wrong with the temperature.

The handset is an important tool for temperature control and automatic documentation for food during delivery, storage, production and heating. Using it is simple: Select text and then the reading with IR – outer temperature or probe – normal temperature and save. Now you have the complete documentation. If you have also connected the text/product group to a work task in your self-monitoring programme (COOLGUARD), this is automatically acknowledged and archived together with the temperature. The COOLGUARD web service provides a quick overview of all temperatures, and can be printed as both text and a graph. All measurements can be commented on via the text fields. When reading outside the stated interval, a deviation is automatically created.

The cooling down node is developed to meet the requirements for readings and documentation connected to the cooling down of food products. The cooling down node is very simple to use, and the temperature range is automatically registered and documented. The temperature is permanently visible in the node's display, enabling any actions to be taken during the cooling down phase. When a given time interval has been reached, the result is presented in the node's display and on the COOLGUARD web service. The COOLGUARD web service provides a quick overview of all cooling down ranges, which can be printed as both text and a graph. The cooling down node is easily connected to the existing CoolGuard system.

Interface for cooling down node in COOLGUARD

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