Sensor Technology That Supports Your Operations
At CORIS, we listen to the pain points of our customers and build solutions around them. While this was the catalyst for developing our temperature monitoring system, it’s also the reason we’ve continued to develop more sensor-based solutions. Simple, stable and secure, our monitoring systems send real-time alerts to keep your most valuable assets and staff safe. You can use individual systems or combine multiple systems together, based on your needs.
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When a refrigerator or freezer door is left ajar, warm air seeps inside. Our door sensors let you know when the door is open longer than normal, so you can correct the problem before samples are impacted.
Leaks from water and drain lines or other systems can cause damage to your lab, as well as adjacent offices. With real-time detection of leaks and floods, you can avoid costly repairs and stay productive.
Dry ice, a solid form of CO2, is often used to transport specimens. Our technology monitors CO2 levels, so you can make sure the CO2 levels in the lab are not too high.
Different laboratories have specific requirements for acceptable humidity ranges. Sophisticated instrumentation and sensitive assays work best in a consistent environment to increase reliability and accuracy. With real-time humidity monitoring, you can be sure your lab work is not affected.
Motion sensors are equipped with the ability to detect when a room is occupied. Integrated with lighting and temperature controls, our sensors help you lower energy use and your utility costs.
LN2 Monitoring Sensors
Take the guesswork out of knowing when it’s time to refill your liquid nitrogen tank. CORIS offers three options for monitoring LN2 tanks: First, a probe measures the temperature at a specific location in the tank and identifies the vapor phase probe or liquid nitrogen. Second, an LN2 sensor confirms the minimum height of liquid nitrogen in the tank. Third, an external tank temperature monitor identifies dewar vacuum leaks. The outside of the LN2 tank gets cold when the vacuum breaks in the tank and the external tank temperature monitor sends an alert when the decreased temperature is detected. Now available in one integrated system, these three CORIS modules enable you to monitor LN2 tanks and to ensure adequate liquid nitrogen to protect the samples.
Electric Current Monitoring
Track electrical usage of freezers and refrigerators, as well as receive alerts if they start to use a degree of current that stretches outside the norm — often a predictor of compressor failure.
Self Calibration of Temp Sensors
For labs that operate under regulatory requirements, self calibration can dramatically reduce time and expense. Simply obtain a handheld monitor calibrated by a qualified service provider, and then follow the proper calibration procedures for your own sensors.
Monitor Multiple Facets of Your Environment From a Single Cloud Platform
No matter what you decide to monitor, you’ll have the convenience of accessing all data and alerts from our easy-to-use cloud interface. With the flexibility to receive alerts for only the devices and applications relevant to you, and the ability to generate automated reports, you can quickly locate the information you need to maintain quality control and stay compliant. Data is permanently stored in our cloud-based servers, with automatic backup and recovery in place.