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Why Use a Cadmus Data Logging and Alarm System From Signatrol

If you want to monitor and log important data, there are a number of different ways that you can approach it. Which data logging approach you take, depends very much on what you are trying to achieve. The most common reason for using a data logger alarm is to monitor temperature, and often humidity, to ensure that important, sensitive goods are maintained within their recommended storage temperatures. Often, in addition to the desire to maintain product safety and quality, there is a requirement to comply with various international standards for example FDA 21 CFR part 11, HACCP, SALSA or BS EN 12830:2018 There are certain mandatory system requirements such as inviolate data and the provision of an audit trail.

In addition, you may require alarm notifications so that you can identify a developing problem before it gets to the point of ruining the product that it is monitoring or at least making it unsafe.

Fortunately, Signatrol have developed a data logging and alarming system that meets all the requirements of these international standards, their Cadmus WIFI-enabled data loggers with alarm functionality used in conjunction with the Ratifi cloud-based software comply with all relevant standards as follows;

INVIOLATE DATA: All data are stored in encrypted form that cannot be manipulated or altered by ‘Ordinary Means’

SECURITY: Cadmus WIFI data logger and alarm systems are WPA2-Enterprise enabled and all access is restricted to Authorised People.

AUDIT TRAIL: Each system has a stored history of all actions, who did them and what the outcome was.

ACCURACY: ±0.2°C (Meets EN12830: 2018 Class 0.2).

ALARMING: Ratifi-Cloud Configured Alarms (4 per Channel: Hi Hi, Hi, Lo, Lo Lo) Alarm messages sent by email to appropriate users.

SET-UP: Administrator/User model for maximum flexibility.
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