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What range of temperatures can Clever Logger log?

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How hot can log? was designed with primarily to monitor refrigeration in the medical and hospitality industries. As such, the high end of the temperature range is 60°C. If you need a logger than can be used to measure higher temperatures, e.g. in cooking processes, then you might look at Thermochrons. How low can log? The […]

What does the signal strength percentage mean?


In Clever Logger we show the signal strength, but what does it actually mean? We match it with a word to try and be more helpful, but should you care if the signal strength is “good”?

Clever Logger Versus AQ Box


Clever Logger and AQ Box are both “next gen” solutions for monitoring vaccines. This shows their key similarities and differences, as well as provides a recommendation as to which one may be better for your pharmacy or GP.

A selection of “interesting” vaccine fridges


We see a range of vaccine fridge data graphs. Normally, modern vaccine fridges are very good at maintaining constant temperatures, but Clever Logger’s live temperature data tracking can show us exactly what happens when things go wrong

How to sort and save Clever Logger report emails


Did we make reports obsolete? Probably. With old-fashioned loggers, it was vital for users to regularly download data reports from the logger and save them to their computer. This was necessary for two reasons… If the logger’s memory filled up, old data could be overwritten  If there were out-of-range temperatures, the user needed to read […]

Who owns the data and what do you do with it?


With Clever Logger, who owns the data? What do you do with it? Is it secure? Will other people have access to it? Will I be spammed? All important questions in the age of cloud data.


You're going to love Clever Logger

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What is NATA?

The National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) is the recognised national accreditation authority for analytical laboratories and testing service providers in Australia. It is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that provides independent assurance of technical competence. 

NATA accredits organisations to perform testing and inspection activities for their products and services. This gives consumers the assurance they need to make safe, healthy and reliable choices .

Location Views

In the top right corner of the Location page, you will find the View chooser.

There are three options: Simple, Detailed and Gauge.


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