1. CORIS Temperature Probes — There are two types:
    • CORIS Extreme Temperature Sensor (ETS), with one or two thin wire temperature probes. These probes have a huge temperature range from -250°C to +1200°C. They are most commonly used for very cold temperatures (e.g., LN2 tanks, -80°C freezers, -20°C freezers, and +4°C refrigerators) and for monitoring high temperatures (e.g., incubators, boiler pipes, and industrial systems).
    • CORIS TH-D combination temperature and humidity sensors: These are battery operated and handle temperatures from -30°C to +70°C. They are most commonly used for lab freezers and refrigerators, +37°C incubators, ambient temperature and humidity monitoring in labs, museums, and construction sites, and temperature sensitive areas in buildings.
  2. CORIS Gateway — The central “hub” that receives wireless temperature reading transmissions from ETS modules and TH-D sensors and forwards the readings to the CORIS cloud-based servers. The wireless signals can penetrate multiple walls or floors of large buildings. All temperature readings are analyzed and stored in the CORIS servers.
  3. Phone, Tablet or Computer — Web-based device to access the CORIS servers to see, graph, or download temperature readings as well as to receive alerts.