Thermo Scientific Introduces Wireless Sample Monitoring Solution
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., has introduced its new Thermo Scientific Smart-Vue wireless monitoring solution. Smart-Vue™ protects precious samples by monitoring key laboratory parameters including temperature, CO2 concentration, humidity and differential pressure.
It can be installed by the user on most laboratory equipment, including ultra-low temperature freezers, laboratory refrigerators, CO2 incubators and clean rooms.
This intuitive, wireless monitoring solution is designed for controlled laboratory environments, such as pharmaceutical research and production, IVF clinics, tissue banking and diagnostic laboratories, where sample protection and monitoring is a priority. To facilitate regulatory compliance with various protocols, Smart-Vue provides full audit-trail traceability.
By continuously monitoring ambient conditions 24/7, the Smart-Vue wireless monitoring solution protects sensitive laboratory samples with immediate remote alarm notifications. It creates a permanent record of all readings, alarms and acknowledgements with the responder’s personal identification.
It is accessible via the Internet anytime, anywhere, and it is compliant with pertinent regulations including CFR Part 11, the criteria under which electronic records and electronic signatures are considered trustworthy, reliable and equivalent to paper records by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. It also complies with standard operating procedures and good quality practices.
Smart-Vue can be easily installed, set-up and maintained. The multilingual, user-installed software automatically identifies and pre-configures module protocols for ease-of-use. The highly efficient and cost-effective Smart-Vue is fully scalable and flexible, and it is compatible with multiple brands and types of laboratory equipment.
As a world leader in manufacturing laboratory equipment, Thermo Fisher Scientific has an extensive network of dedicated global support professionals ready to support customers.