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  Wireless Network Compatible Data Logger
  2, 3, and 4 Probe Wi-Fi Temperature Alarm Monitoring Systems
  Single Sensor Alarm Monitoring Systems
  Freezer Temp. Alarm AND Control Systems

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Lab Grade Wireless and Wired Alarms, Monitors
and Loggers.

For more than 40 years Hampshire Controls Corp. has been a leading U.S. manufacturer of "stand-alone" temperature and humidity monitors, alarms and loggers for lab and commercial-grade refrigerators, freezers and walk-in coolers. In addition, we serve many other applications where temperature, humidity, pressure, voltage and/or flow must be maintained, verified and certified. Best of all, our wireless and wired alarm/monitoring products can be easily integrated into our wireless "Alert Monitoring System" data logger.

Primary Alarm, Monitoring and Data Logging Applications:

1. Hospital/blood bank blood and plasma freezer/refrigerator storage.
2. Vaccine storage.
3. Human milk bank storage.
4. Laboratory cold chain storage with built-in temperature alarm notification and condition verification (to CAP and JACO standards).
5. Food processing cold chain storage and transportation.
6. Environmental monitoring of server rooms (data centers) and large buildings.

System features and options include; wireless (Wi-Fi) and wired operation, single or multiple sensors, variable sensor types, variable sensing ranges, hi-low condition variance indication, door ajar indication, battery back-up operation, auto-dial alarm notification (via email, SMS, and/or phone) and audible/visual alarms.

Hampshire Controls Corp. products are proudly "Made in the USA" (CAGE CODE: 0H2P8, NAICS CODES: 334513, 334519). Our phone-based expert technical support is always available to all our customers, distributors and OEM's.


866-496-9424 (USA/Canada), or 603-749-9424.

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