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When Temperature Matters – TME’s MM7000 ThermoBar Scan

January 08
09:00 2015

TMEJanuary2015Food and drink manufacturers looking for the latest wireless temperature monitoring technology for the best value should consider taking a look at TME’s MM7000 ThermoBar Scan. UK manufacturer TM Electronics (TME) developed the MM7000, a handheld thermometer with inbuilt Barcode Reader, to deliver paperless, wireless temperature records at a fraction of the cost of a datalogging system.

Harnessing the potential of barcode technology, the MM7000 allows manufacturers to keep track of the temperature, time and date of each test, as well as the unique identity of what has been tested.

This function is paired with inbuilt Bluetooth technology to enable paperless, wireless downloads to PC, PDA or smartphone.

The MM7000 includes a new visual alarm feature, indicating problem temperatures as soon as they occur, not after the event.

The thermometer is highly accurate and compatible with TME’s 3-second response Thermasprint needle probes, so you can rely on a perfect reading – every time.

“Combining barcode technology with high accuracy temperature testing is definitely the way forward,” argues, MD, Tom Sensier. “Among the many benefits for business and industry are improved flexibility, speed of measurement and data integrity.”

For further information contact TME on Tel +44 (0) 1903 700 651, E-mail sales@tmelectronics.co.uk or visit www.tmelectronics.co.uk.

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