Building the perfect Clever Logger system is easy
Every Clever Logger system must have at least
one logger and one gateway
Step 1. Let's start with the loggers...
e.g. two fridges = two loggers.
(Scroll down for more information on each model)
Ideal for vaccine fridges, food fridges and freezers, room temperature.
Great for ingredient and chemical storage, greenhouses, comms and server rooms, and warehouses.
via External Probe
Ideal for walk-in cool rooms and freezers, shipping containers, liquids.
More information about these loggers
This is our most popular and versatile logger. It has a built-in temperature sensor that measures from -20°C to 60°C with an accuracy of half a degree. It has a replaceable battery that will last 12-18 months.
It is ideal for medical fridges, restaurants and food manufacturers, logistics logging in warehouses and loading bays, scientific trials, and much more.
Temperature and humidity logger
If you need to log humidity as well as temperature, this logger does both.
It has a temperature range of -25°C to 60°C with an accuracy of ± 0.3°C and relative humidity of 0% to 100% with an accuracy of ± 3%.
These are ideal for storage and manufacturing process tracking – especially for things like herbs and spices, chemicals, and other humidity sensitive goods. We have also installed a number in greenhouses.
Also great for server and comms rooms where humidity can damage components.
Temperature via an External Probe
Radio waves won’t go through metal, so sealed metal environments such as cool rooms and shipping containers often completely block the signal for internal loggers.
This logger has a temperature sensor on the end of a probe wire. The probe can be inside the metal box and the logger outside, so the signal is not obstructed.
Can also be used to log liquid temperatures. Range is slightly larger than the internal sensor model at -40°C to 80°C with an accuracy of ± 0.3°C.
MODEL: CLX-01-10 with 1m Cable length
MODEL: CLX-01-50 with 5m Cable length
Dual Temperature Logger with Vial
This logger has two sensors – one built-in and the other on an external probe.
When the probe is placed into a vial of some non-freezable liquid (such as glycol), it accurately mimics temperatures experienced by liquid vaccines.
So, the built-in sensor reacts quickly to temperature changes and is great for triggering alarms, while the slower-reacting probe gives us a log with flatter curves.
This is the holy grail of vaccine logging and alerting.
MODEL: CLD-01 without leakproof vial
MODEL: CLD-01-V with leakproof vial