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The Problem
The Solution
Today’s healthcare facilities utilize a wide variety of equipment that
require consistent monitoring programs. Regulatory compliance
and patient safety place the burden on department managers to
see that proper protocols are implemented, including temperature,
humidity and pressure differentials. Our healthcare customers have
communicated to us some of the challenges they face when utilizing
manual temperature management.
These challenges can be overcome by utilizing an industry
innovation: TempTrak Wireless Environmental Monitoring System.
Conversion to a 24/7, wireless solution is an easy transition
with the professional installation of our system. When seeking
a facility-wide solution, over 1200 hospitals have selected
TempTrak, a product at the forefront of this technology for over
12 years. It provides users with a unique, customizable interface
that eliminates the resource-draining expense of manual
temperature collection.
• Time consuming process that can focus resources
away from patients
• Inconsistent documentation of corrective actions
• Paper logs are often misplaced
• Manual monitoring programs make it difficult
to assess and verify inaccurate equipment
• Remote locations (such as clinics) may be left
unmonitored for extended periods of time
• Consumer grade equipment can be unreliable
and often presents erratic temperature displays
• Failure to implement consistent monitoring
programs can compromise inventory and
cause spoilage
• Manual programs only provide temperature
snapshots without historical data
TempTrak provides instant alert notifications that require
acknowledgment and a corrective action. Whether you implement
our 868 MHz/900 MHz or Wi-Fi solution, the system provides
both real-time data and historical input that helps verify
equipment malfunctions and inconsistencies.
TempTrak is most commonly used to monitor temperatures
of stored medications, food, blood specimens, reagents and
vaccines. It offers a comprehensive NIST or ISO 17025 solution
for any department that requires it. Whether collecting and
sharing temperature data across town, or across the country,
the system allows monitoring of an unlimited number of points in
an unlimited number of locations or buildings with a single robust
software platform, requiring minimal IT resources to maintain and
manage your data.
The #1 Choice in Wireless Temperature Monitoring
of Hospitals for the Past 8 Years!
Duke University Medical Center
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TempTrak Transmitters are battery powered and require no hard-wired connectivity. They are
easily mounted in any location and communicate wirelessly to the Software which collects and
records data 24/7.
TempTrak Wirelessly
Monitors All Types of
TempTrak hardware can co-exist with other wireless communications operating in the same,
or nearby frequencies (868 MHz/900 MHz), or it can utilize the facility’s existing Wi-Fi network.
• VFC Refrigerators
TempTrak software is installed on a dedicated server and secured with all other critical data.
In the event the server is unavailable, data is temporarily stored either in a buffer at the receiver
(868 MHz/900 MHz) or onboard the transmitter itself (Wi-Fi).
• OR Suites Humidity
Each transmitter monitors against preset user-defined conditions and can provide alerts through
a variety of methods such as a pager alarm, text message and email. Alerts can be accessed,
acknowledged and cleared on any mobile device using our EZLinkTM feature (see page 9).
• Isolation Room/Clean Room
Pressure Differential
• Blood Specimen Storage
• Clean Room Particle Count
• CO2 Incubator Monitor
• Ultra-low Freezers
• Blanket/Fluid Warmers
Transmitter information recorded to the database is time-stamped and 21 CFR Part 11 compliant.
Temperature data can be displayed in either °F or °C and gives the user the ability to audit transmitters
and add notes.
• Air Screens
TempTrak software builds reports for any hospital department via information collected through
the system, and also provides documentation of corrective actions.
• Under Counter Refrigeration
• Refrigerator/Freezer Walk-ins
• Refrigerator/Freezer Reach-ins
• Salad/Deli Bars
• Humidity-Interior/Exterior
• Hot-holding Cabinets
• Meal Delivery Carts
• Dish Machines
• Steam and Hot Water
Heater Pipes
• Steam Traps
Can Go
You Go!
Ensures Regulatory Compliance: Joint Commission, HACCP, AABB, CAP and 21 CFR Part 11
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Critical equipment monitoring in healthcare is a labor-intensive process that diverts staff away from patient-oriented tasks. TempTrak’s
enterprise solution automates monitoring protocols for all healthcare divisions. Completely scalable to fit any environment, TempTrak
maintains compliance to meet Joint Commission, USP797, FDA, CAP, AABB and HACCP standards.
The correct storage of all medications and vaccines throughout a hospital is a critical component for
regulatory compliance as well as patient safety. TempTrak is recognized nationally by pharmacists as a
reliable, proven system for managing and controlling temperatures of sensitive inventory. TempTrak
is a real-time, 24/7 monitoring system that combines the automated collection of temperature data with
notification alerts that can be customized to specific pharmacy requirements. TempTrak also offers solutions
for 797 compliancy that becomes integrated into the system.
Quality patient care is your primary focus. The TempTrak system allows nurses to provide top-quality
patient care. Nursing staff can save valuable time without the inconvenience of manually gathering
temperatures of refrigeration units within their specific area. Automating the temperature monitoring
process of medication and nutrition refrigerators and freezers will free them from this manual task and allow
nurses to devote more time to patient care. TempTrak can monitor blanket warmers, incubators and many
other types of hospital equipment. Whether in the OR, ICU, NICU or PICU, our system will meet or exceed
all regulatory compliance and ensure accuracy, reporting and alerting on a real-time, 24/7 basis.
Maintenance of various refrigeration and other temperature-sensitive equipment can be a demanding
and time-consuming task. Departmental protocols demand immediate response, and valuable time can
be consumed by unwarranted work orders and calls. TempTrak is a proven ally of facilities personnel
because the system is exception based, sending temperature alerts via pager alarm, text message or email
only when equipment has failed to meet user-defined limits. The software provides valuable diagnostic
temperature data on each piece of monitored equipment. It is used as a tool to help determine a preventative
maintenance schedule before a serious problem occurs. Ask us about our BACnet integration option.
The monitoring of storage units to ensure accurate and timely reporting and alarming is critical for
all diagnostic and research laboratories within your organization. The TempTrak system, offering NIST
traceable and ISO 17025 calibrated products, is the most trusted industry source for monitoring sensitive
temperature storage environments. There are various NIST Traceable Calibration Programs available
that provide real-time documentation within the software. The diversification of TempTrak allows for the
monitoring of virtually all the applications present in the laboratory.
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The continuous monitoring of temperatures in Blood Bank equipment is vital in safeguarding the integrity of
blood and blood products. With a wide variety of applications beyond temperature monitoring in refrigerators,
you will find that TempTrak will improve compliance and enhance patient safety. TempTrak will provide a detailed
history of all recordings as well as full documentation of alarming and corrective actions conforming to regulatory
compliance. NIST traceable products and recalibration services offer a complete solution for your applications.
Whether monitoring walk-in coolers and freezers in the kitchen, nutrition refrigerators at the nurses’ stations
or grab-n-go’s in the cafeteria, our system can provide real-time information as well as historical data to
enhance your compliance. Proper storage is an integral part of any comprehensive food safety HACCP plan.
TempTrak’s vast experience in foodservice, coupled with a complete understanding of HACCP compliancy, allows
us to offer unique solutions to everyday problems. Serving high-quality meals is essential to superior patient care.
Our user-friendly software allows you to establish monitoring protocols specific to nutritional needs and offers
a multitude of alert choices (pop-up, email, text messaging, etc.) to help you better manage and protect your
perishable and temperature-sensitive inventory.
Maintaining specific environmental conditions is crucial for the safety and purity of pharmaceutical and
biotech products. Manual medical monitoring and recording is time-consuming and a poor use of highly
qualified resources. TempTrak can automatically monitor multiple types of equipment including stability
chambers, refrigerators/freezers, ultra-lows, pressure differential and CO2 incubator levels so biotech companies
can guarantee that their products have been maintained in strictly controlled environments and will comply
with today’s high regulations including Joint Commission, CDC VFC, AABB, CAP, and AATB.
Environmental conditions in operating rooms must be controlled to lessen the risk of surgical site infections.
Humidity, temperature and air flow are three factors involved in the spread of infectious diseases. Humidity in an
operating room causes condensation to form on the ceiling, eye glasses and microscope lenses. TempTrak closely
monitors the temperature and humidity levels in operating rooms and alerts users when the room has fallen out
of the preset limits. In addition, TempTrak wireless sensors meet or exceed The Joint Commission Environment of
Care Standards in the Operating Room Suites and Recovery Room Areas (EC.810,EP7 and EC.7.10,EP16).
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When selecting a vendor who can install a system designed to meet your needs, one of the most important criteria that cannot be
overlooked is SERVICE. Our vast experience with over 1,200 customers has led us to embrace the importance of after-sale support.
We have a variety of service packages designed to meet today’s toughest standards. We understand your needs and go above and
beyond to deliver world-class service.
Site Survey
As part of the development of a Scope
Of Work, a trained team member will
visit your site, survey your facility
and determine the departmental
requirements and further develop an
accurate quotation.
Remote System Checkup
As a TempTrak customer, at your request
we can periodically provide a remote
system checkup to ensure that all system
features and functions are optimized.
We only allow our own, factory-trained
installers to perform and complete your
installation to ensure that your TempTrak
system is fully operational in a matter of
Whether we come on site or provide it
remotely, we ensure that all users of your
TempTrak system are fully trained and
understand how to navigate the software.
We also provide a complete set of online
training videos that are available 24/7.
We highly recommend periodic calibration
of transmitters and probes. We will
provide trained technicians to visit
your site to perform this process and
provide the required documentation.
If your facility is FDA regulated, during
the installation we can provide the
required IQ/OQ documentation that
validates the system functionality
and accuracy.
If you do not have the IT support available
for setup and maintenance of a computer
server to run TempTrak, we can provide
remote hosting to minimize the need for
your IT resources to support your
TempTrak System.
After delivering a Scope Of Work, we
can provide on-site staff to review all
communication status, verify the naming
and location of all system hardware,
evaluate the integrity of the system and
provide a project report that details all
findings, required follow up
and responsibilities.
General Support
If you need assistance with the TempTrak
software, our US-based technical support
team is waiting to assist you. They can
also answer any questions you may have
about our hardware and your specific
environmental monitoring needs. If you
have a unique monitoring requirement,
we can develop a solution for you.
Custom Services
We can provide custom services when
requested. If you require customized
services we will collaborate and tailor
services to meet your needs.
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Microsoft SQL Reporting Services is used as the standard reporting tool in TempTrak. In addition, by utilizing an industry standard
database structure, nearly any available reporting tool on the market is able to interface with the TempTrak data for reporting and
analysis (including tools such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, and Crystal Reports).
The TempTrak browser interface includes a number of standard reports of the transmitter data that has been captured. All reports are available
for exporting and printing through Microsoft SQL Reporting Services. Reports can be scheduled to be automatically emailed or archived and
can be exported in multiple formats ( eg., Excel, PDF, Word, CSV, XML, TIFF and MHTML). If specific formats are required, custom reporting
is available.
Types of reports available include:
Current transmitter readings
Transmitter RF communication status
Current and recently acknowledged alarms
Low battery alarm conditions
Audit reporting
System configuration change report
Historical sensor alarms by selected date
Daily summary report for a transmitter
NIST summary validation report
2 hour, 12 hour or 24 hour daily sensor data summary
Contact Transmitter open/close
Monthly equipment QA performance analysis
Sensor history report
Comparative graphical history for multiple transmitters
Database backup history
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Alerts may be configured by time of day and day of week. All corrective actions are tracked by time, user and action. An operator can
acknowledge or clear an alarm and must document the corrective action(s) taken to resolve the issue(s). Both the time stamp and
identify of the person acknowledging or clearing the alarm is recorded and stored with the alarm event information in the database.
When a TempTrak transmitter identifies a monitoring point that has exceeded a preset range, it sends an alert notification via a variety
of methods including:
Computer screen pop-ups
Pagers (digital and SNPP)
Cellphones (via email)
Text messages (via email and SMS)
Contact switches (turn lights or sirens on/off,
and can connect to security systems to transfer an alert)
• Scrolling message boards
• Voice notification
Alert Escalation - To make sure no alert goes unanswered, the administrator can configure escalation parameters for transmitters
so that once a notification has been sent, if no action is taken against the alert within a specified time frame, a different notification can
be delivered (i.e., notify a supervisor). This escalation can be repeated multiple times.
Corrective Actions - Corrective actions must be entered before an alert can be cleared. There is complete tracking of all corrective
actions by time, user and action.
Out of Range Alert - Monitoring point has exceeded a preset range for a preset time period.
Low Battery Alert - Triggered when a transmitter detects a battery is becoming low (approximately 2 weeks before battery failure).
Missed Communication - Alerts when a transmitter misses its scheduled contact time.
Out of Range Alert
Low Battery Alert
Missed Communication
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Wherever you go, EZLink allows you to monitor your wireless
system 24/7. View sensor readings from your mobile device
anywhere, anytime!
• View groups
• View sensors
• View 24-hour sensor reading history
Compatible With:
Current generation smartphones and tablets that have
JavaScript and cookies enabled including iPad, iPhone,
Android, Blackberry and Windows phone devices.
Minimum Server Software Requirements:
Windows Server 2003 (SP2), Windows Server 2008/2012 (32/64 Bit). Standard 5 User. Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Express R2
with Reporting Services or Microsoft SQL Server 2005/2008/2012 Standard Edition with Reporting Services (32/64 Bit),
1 Processor License. SSRS account. Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 (or higher)/Mozilla FireFox/Opera/Google Chrome/Apple
Safari, Internet Information Services (IIS), Microsoft XML, Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0, 3.5 FP1, and 4.0, Microsoft Installer 4.5,
Microsoft PowerShell 2.0, Microsoft Office and/or Adobe Acrobat Reader (Required for exporting data).
Minimum Server Hardware Requirements:
• Intel / AMD Processor 2.0+ GHz Multi-core processor
(Core Duo, Quad Core, Xeon or similar, Athlon II,
X2 Dual-Core Phenom or similar)
• 4 GB RAM
• 2 x 160 GB Hard Drives with: ATA-100/SATA 7200
RPM (SCSI 10k/15k RPM)
• Network Card 10/100/1000 MB
• Serial Port or USB Port (or IOGear USB-Serial Adapter)
• 56k V.90 Modem (Required for digital paging)
• SMS Modem (Required for SMS text messages)
• DVD/RW Drive (For software installation, if necessary)
TempTrak is a “browser-based” application allowing any user with
a valid log-in ID to access TempTrak from any networked PC.
• Supports “Multiple Databases” per server, to accommodate
multiple facilities operating on one server
• Allows the user to store as much data as necessary,
with automatic back ups
• Real-time sensor readings
• Graph single or multiple temperatures or transmitters
over a defined period of time
• Hourly performance reports
• Monthly and yearly equipment performance reports
• Configure transmitters with alerting rule sets
• Define user views to specific groups of transmitters to
control user access
• Configure the timing of temperature recorders
• Audit tracking log - tracking every system log-on and
corrective action
• NIST traceable documentation reporting
Both Wi-Fi and 900 MHz TempTrak wireless transmitters can
communicate within a single installation.
Ethernet Network
TempTrak Server
802.11 b/g/n
Access Point
Wi-Fi Transmitters
868 MHz/900 MHz Network Configuration
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TempTrak Wi-Fi transmitters are high-speed wireless modules supporting standard security protocols including PEAPv0 (PEAP) enterprise
security, capable of collecting, storing and transmitting data over a standard 802.11 b/g/n (Wi-Fi–RF Frequency 2.4 to 2.497 GHz) with
UDP protocol. Each transmitter passes information to the TempTrak software, which can be located on any Wi-Fi-enabled network.
All transmitters are powered by either (2) 3.6V Lithium AA batteries or an external Micro-USB power supply. In the event of a power
outage each Wi-Fi transmitter using external power will switch to the onboard battery without interruption, where up to 4,096 samples
can be stored.
#11078 Dual External Temperature Transmitter*†
• Supports up to two external temperature probes
• Temperature Range: -200° to 260°C (-328° to 500°F)
• Accuracy: ±0.5°C (±1°F)
#9398 AC Adapter
• 100V-250V AC, 5V/1A
#11079 Internal Temperature/Humidity Transmitter*†
• Supports one internal temperature sensor, and one internal
relative humidity sensor
• Temperature Range: -17° to 60°C (0° to 140°F)
• Accuracy: ±0.4°C (±0.7°F) at 25°C (77°F)
• Relative Humidity Range: 0 to 95%
• Relative Humidity Accuracy: ±2.0%
Transmitters can be user configured to sample and transmit data at
different intervals and provide localized audible and visual alarming.
Configuration changes can be made by connecting directly to the
transmitter or performing an over-the-air update using TempTrak’s
Wi-Fi configuration utility.
* NIST Traceable Calibration Available
† Made in USA
#11089 Analog Transmitter †
• Supports two external instruments via terminal blocks
• Connects up to two external instruments that output
a 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 5 V, or 0 to 10 V signal so the
instruments can be monitored
#11109 Contact Transmitter (Door Open/Close) †
• Reed switch activates with magnet
• Terminal block allows for remote signal activation
AC Adapter (Optional)
Wi-Fi Transmitter
Cooper-Atkins’ 868 and 900 MHz TempTrak transmitters operate in their corresponding frequency-hopping spread spectrum, reaching up
to 762 meters (2,500 feet) open-field range* and are battery operated.
Contact Transmitter (Door Open/Close) †
• #10100-DT - 900 MHz, #10100-EU - 868 MHz
• Magnetic Reed switch
• Terminal block allows for remote signal activation
Internal Temperature/Humidity Transmitter** †
• #10071 - 900 MHz, #10070-EU - 868 MHz
• Temperature Range: -20° to 60°C (-4° to 140°F)
• Relative Humidity Range: 0% to 90%
Dual Internal & External Temperature Transmitter** †
• #10080-DT - 900 MHz, #10080-EU - 868 MHz
• Internal Temperature Range: -20° to 60°C (-4° to 140°F)
• External Temperature Range: -200° to 260°C (-328° to 500°F )
Analog Transmitter †
• #10086 - 900 MHz, #10086-EU - 868 MHz
• Supports two external instruments via terminal blocks
• Connects up to two external instruments that output a 4 to
20 mA, 0 to 5 V, or 0 to 10 V signal so the instruments can
be monitored
900 MHz
Receiver and Intelli-Base Buffer †
• Receiver: #10000-US - 900 MHz, #10000-DT - 868 MHz
• Inteli-Base Buffer: #10000-PDT - 900 MHz & 868 MHz
• Attaches to the network either via the LAN network port or serially
direct to a single station PC
• In the event of a network outage, the buffer stores all temperature
readings in memory
• Storage capacity of an Intelli-Base Buffer with 400 transmitters,
communicating every 15 minutes, will have data stored for
400 hours (16 days)
Repeater (Signal Booster) †
• #10050 - 900 MHz, #10050-DT - 868 MHz
• A repeater can boost an unlimited number of transmitters
• Transmission range up to 4 miles open field range*
• In the event of a power outage each TempTrak Repeater has
an on board battery backup with up to 24 hours of life
* Under Lab Conditions
** NIST Traceable Calibration Available
† Made in USA
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Intelli-Base Buffer
All TempTrak probes function with 868 MHz/900 MHz or Wi-Fi wireless transmitters. There are several types of TempTrak probes
available, each designed with unique functionality, from temperature and humidity monitoring to CO2 and pressure differential.
All TempTrak probes come with a 1-year warranty and a select number are available with NIST traceability.
#2033 Air Probe*†
• Temperature Range: -32 to 82°C (-25° to 180°F)
• Cable Length: 1.8 m (6’)
#10101 Leak Detector Probe
• Temperature Range: -20° to 80°C (-4° to 176°F )
• Cable Length: 1.2 m (4’)
Air Probe
Leak Detector Probe
Glycol Product Simulator Probe
Solid Simulator Probe
Solid Vial Simulator Probe
Lab/Cryogenic RTD Probe
#10112 Glycol Product Simulator Probe*†
• Temperature Range: -32° to 82°C (-25° to 180°F)
• Cable Length: 1.8 m (6’)
#10113 Solid Simulator Probe*†
• Temperature Range: -32° to 82°C (-25° to 180°F)
• Cable Length: 1.8 m (6’)
#10114 Solid Vial Simulator Probe*†
• Temperature Range -32° to 82°C (-25° to 180°F)
• Cable Length: 1.8 m (6’)
#10134 Lab/Cryogenic RTD Probe*†
• Temperature Range: -200° to 260°C (-328° to 500°F)
• Cable Length: 3 m (10’) and 9 m (15’) (#10134-15)
• Flexible, stainless steel wire cover
#10135 Low Temperature Probe (not shown) †
• Temperature Range: -60° to 150°C (-76° to 302°F)
• Cable length: 1.5 m (5’)
#10137 High Temperature/Hot Probe (not shown)
• Temperature Range: -60° to 150°C (-75° to 302°F)
• Cable length: 3 m (10’)
#10140 Dishwasher Probe*†
• Temperature Range: -60° to 150°C (-75° to 302°F)
• Cable length: 3 m (10’)
#10184 Lab/Cryogenic Product Simulator Sleeve
• Dimensions: 64 mm x 54 mm x 51 mm (2.5” x 2.125” x 2”)
Dishwasher Probe
* NIST Traceable Calibration Available
† Made in USA
Product Simulator Sleeve
#10103 PowerTrak™ Power Detection Device
• Operating Environment: 32° to 122°F (0° to 50°C)
• Power Source: 12v 1.0A AC with power adapter
#10205 CO2 Monitor †
• Operating Environment: -4° to 140°F (-20° to 60°C)
• Humidity: 0 to 100% RH
#10105/10106 Pressure Differential Monitor (not shown)
• Operating Environment: 32° to 131°F (0° to 55°C), 10% to 90% RH
• Resolution: 0.1 in. w.c.
• Measurement Range: ±2 in. w.c.
#10107 Air Velocity/Temperature Monitor
• Operating Environment: 32° to 122°F (0° to 50°C)
• Accuracy: ±0.5% of reading
• Measurement Range: 0 to 6000 fpm
PowerTrak™ Power Detection
Air Velocity/Temperature
HR Pressure Differential Monitor
CO2 Monitor
#10108-01/10108-04 High Resolution Pressure Differential Monitor
• Operating Environment: 32° to 120°F (0° to 50°C), 5% to 95% RH
• Resolution: 0.001 in (0.02 mm of w.c.)
• Measurement Range:
10108-01: -0.1 to 0.1 in. w.c.
10108-04: -0.5 to 0.5 in. w.c.
† Made in USA
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system requirements or on-site visits please
contact your Cooper-Atkins Representative
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