In response to increasing concern
over the need to maintain traceable records of the performance of laboratory
equipment Monitherm was established in 1998 to develop
a wire free temperature monitoring system for laboratories.
In line with
other European countries, the UK government released frequencies and
transmitter strengths for licence free use had only been available to the
This allowed Monitherm to complete the development of a system that would
give the user the capability of monitoring all equipment on a large site
without the need for wiring. Not only would this provide greater flexibility
for the users, to move or add incubators, fridges or freezers, but would also
be extremely cost effective.
the successful completion of the MLS2000 development with temperature
sensors, the Company started to develop further sensors to extend the range
to include RH, Carbon Dioxide, Oxygen and differential pressure (see specifications).
based in the market town of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk,
near the University City of Cambridge, with its cutting edge technology
centre at the Science Park.
years (and we are in our 20th) we have maintained our commitment
to development and introduced software that is more user friendly and more
functional. Databases are more easily
accessed from any computer on the network and can be stored on a local server
or on the web.