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Tempsys Develops WiFi Gateway for Temp Monitoring

August 14, 2009
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San Francisco-based Tempsys, Inc. says that its computerized Checkpoint Wireless Temperature Monitoring System can now be utilized on hospitals’ existing WiFi wireless networks.

According to the company, hospitals will be able to use either wireless WiFi or a hybrid system utilizing both the wireless WiFi and hard-wired LAN to install the wireless temperature monitoring system. The Checkpoint Wireless Temperature Monitoring System is designed to continuously monitor temperature-sensitive equipment throughout the hospital, from the pharmacy to the blood bank, nurses’ stations to research laboratories, it touts.



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