TempTracker wirelessly monitors trailers

Jan. 1, 2003
Cadec Corp is providing the TempTracker a temperature monitoring and reporting device used in trailers. With the ability to monitor wirelessly up to three

Cadec Corp is providing the TempTracker a temperature monitoring and reporting device used in trailers. With the ability to monitor wirelessly up to three separate locations within a trailer, TempTracker will aid refrigerated and frozen food haulers in transporting perishable food products at the appropriate temperature. It also will supply the necessary documentation to certify the product was kept at a temperature required to meet food compliance standards.

Used with Cadec's Mobius TTS onboard mobile logistics management system, TempTracker will audibly and visually warn the driver if the temperature in the trailer does not meet pre-determined standards set by management. An alert sounding before the temperature reaches an unsafe level lets drivers react quickly and proactively.

New reports included wlth TempTracker can display temperature discrepancies by date, vehicle, trailer, or driver. Temperature readings for each sensor are reported during deliveries, pickups, account delays, drive starts, and hooks. Additionally, if a temperature alarm occurs, a detailed report showing the time, maximum and average temperatures, trailer identification, and duration is available to the office.

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