We are delighted to introduce a new feature that has just been integrated into your favorite temperature monitoring software: automatic adjustment of alarm thresholds with calibration uncertainty.
What does this mean for you?
This update brings greater precision and customization to temperature management. Thanks to this feature, Thermotrack Webserve automatically adjusts your equipment’s alarm thresholds according to the sensor’s calibration uncertainty. This means greater reliability and compliance for ISO 17025 accredited laboratories.
How does it work?
In the advanced settings of your account, you now have the option of enabling this adjustment option. Once activated, it is automatically applied when adding or modifying sensor calibration, as well as when adding or modifying equipment.
Adjustment in Practice
When you enter the sensor calibration values, you indicate the calibration uncertainties, as in the image below
Thermotrack-Webserve will display in the Equipment settings the basic alarm thresholds you have defined (e.g. 15 and 25°C and the adjusted thresholds e.g. 15.1 and 24.9 in our example). These thresholds are automatically readjusted each time they are modified, to adapt to the most relevant calibration uncertainty.
What are the advantages?
- Enhanced Accuracy: Alarm thresholds adjust to accurately reflect calibration uncertainty, giving you a truer picture of actual conditions.
- Adaptability: Each time equipment or sensor calibration is modified, alarm thresholds are automatically readjusted, ensuring that your parameters are always up to date.
- Simplicity of Use: This feature works in the background. Once activated, you don’t have to worry about manual adjustments.