Automatic monitoring of medication, vaccines and food is vital

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Manually Monitoring fridges is labour intensive and susceptible. 

Traditionally, once or twice a day, a staff member will open fridge, extract or use a hand thermometer and take the reading.


The figures get written down on a note board. Repeat that process for all the fridges. The noteboard gets stored.

Depending on the number of fridges and no. of times a day, this can represent time not well spent.

Now two readings a day cant make a graph.. Just monitoring once or twice a day assumes the fridge is constant in its temp which it is not. Doors get left open, fridges malfunction. The daily life of a fridge is a life of ups and  downs. (see above right)

But then comes the audit where all the ducks have to be seen to be lined up in a row. Get those note boards out and start collating and tidying up the presentation of fridge data.  Put it all together in a folder.

There has to be a better way?

Technology keeps a watch on all those fridges 24/7

The heart of Mimocool is small battery driven sensors that report every six minutes.. The sensor is  placed in an upper part of  the fridge and needs no attention for a year or so....

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Approximately, every six minutes, these sensors report their temp value to a discrete gateway sitting in a room or nurses station. The gateway builds up the data that will produce a daily graph.

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Alerts  immediately there is a transgression of a Hi or Lo limit so staff can attend. Weekly reports highlight fridges that are vulnerable or working hard, usually low star rated models

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The Auditor may be on the way but that MimoCool report for all fridges is ready for them, accurate and readable. Be prepared and aware.

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