TrackView Pro can be used for various applications within the pharmaceutical, biotech, and cell and gene industries.
Temperature Range of -20 to 60°C and/ or -200°C to 250°C
Humidity Range of 0 to 100%
Differential Pressure and CO2 Parameters Also Available
Compatible with TrackView Pro Access Point and EMSuite software
100m+ Indoor Transmission Range
TrackView Pro Data Transmitter
Long Range Radio Frequency or Power-Over-Ethernet Wired Data Transmitters
TrackView Pro wireless and wired with PoE transmitters are an integral part of Ellab environmental monitoring solutions. Each transmitter can accept up to two Ellab SMART probes to measure and track environmental parameters such as temperature, humidity, CO2, differential pressure and door switches.
SMART Temperature range -20 to 60°C and/ or -200°C to 250°C
• Ambient room conditions
• Environmental Chambers
• Warehouses and rooms
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Key Features and Benefits
2 SMART connections for Ellab SMART Probes
Total data integrity form encrypted 2-way wireless communication
Universal transmitter accepting multiple sensor inputs
TrackView Pro Auto Detection for quick and easy set-up
Easily Interchangeable Sensors
95,000 data point memory capacity
Relay output (sound beacons, flashing light, autodialer)
Control and data transfer interface :
Radio communication via Access Point
PoE: Radio communication via Access Point Or Ethernet
LoRa Radio 868-920kHz
PoE: LoRa Radio 868-920kHz Or 100Mbit Ethernet
Wireless Communication range:
Up to 100 m./328 ft. (Line of sight with open Fresnel zones)
SMART probes (Separate purchase)
-20..+60°C and/ or -200..+250°C
±50Pa or ±1250Pa
Analog Input Resolution:
4-20mA or 0-10V
PoE: 4-20mA or 0-10V (+24VDC Available when PoE is connected)
To be driven by relay
The EMSuite Software
Experience full data collection with custom reports for interactive graphs, tables, and plan views. Easily access relevant data for a verifiable audit trail and proof of your compliance with industry standards and regulations such as FDA 21 CFR Part 11 and more.
Features and Benefits:
✓ FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliant
✓ Safe and reliable
✓ Available in several languages
✓ Suitable for many applications
✓ Custom reporting options
And much more…
Laboratories in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries must be closely monitored in accordance with regulatory procedures, in order to prevent damage to equipment and vital resources.
Critical parameters include temperature, humidity, pressure, and CO2 levels.
Cleanrooms are enclosed spaces in which the environment is tightly controlled, often used in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries to maintain stable parameters, and avoid contamination.
Critical Parameters include air flow, air quality, temperature, and relative humidity.
Warehouse environments in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries may be subject to regulatory compliance, requiring validation and monitoring.
Temperature and humidity are the most common critical parameters, which cannot exceed certain limit values and need to be accurately documented.
Stability Chambers in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries rely heavily on validating critical temperature and humidity parameters in order to accurately measure the effect of these variables on individual drug products. This can help establish vital product degradation information.
In microbiology an incubator is a device for controlling temperature, humidity, and other conditions under which a microbiological culture is being grown.
More advanced incubators may have the ability to lower the temperature (via refrigeration), and/or the ability to control humidity or CO2 levels. This feature is specifically designed for cell growth.