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Wireless Temperature Monitoring for Stand Alone Restaurants, Schools, C-stores or Grocery Store Markets


SensoScientific is the only system that offers a solution that does not require a server or software. From 1 location to 100,000 locations we have the solution! No servers or software required—true plug and play. Each year there are thousands of stores that lose valuable inventory or fall victim to FDA or local health department investigations due to an inefficient or complete lack of a temperature monitoring system. The environmental condition of food products must be carefully monitored and documented during storage to ensure safety, quality and longer shelf life. This is especially crucial for highly perishable products such as dairy, meat, poultry and fish. Refrigerated foods should be kept at 41°F (5°C) or lower to inhibit bacterial growth. Frozen products should be kept at 0°F (-18°C).

Learn how easy it is to save your food products and money with the SensoScientific wireless temperature monitoring solution for foodservice establishments. Our products will reduce or eliminate product loss due to power failure, human error or mechanical problems for a lower total cost of ownership than other market solutions. Avoid shrinkage and spoilage with the SensoScientific system, which allows for instant monitoring of freezer and fridge temperature fluctuations that can put Inventory at risk.

Reduce or Eliminate:
  • Health violations and fines
  • Negative press and publicity
  • Harm to a consumer
  • Litigation and lawsuits


Food Safety Management System


HACCP Master®

• Customizable temperature recording system (Check list)
• Record product/location/equipment/process temperatures
• Immediate pass/fail decision
• Document corrective actions for failed readings
• Insightful and Flexible Reporting
• Ergonomic and durable probe
• Cloud based management (Reliable record keeping)
• iOS – Easy and intuitive interface (Minimal training)



B10-200G

The transmitter passes information to a standard access point which can be accessed by any Wi-Fi-enabled network. Each transmitter monitors against preset conditions that are defined by the user and can provide audio and visual alerts. Additional alerts can be provided through a variety of methods such as SMS, text message, voice, pager, cell phone, fax and e-mail. Information recorded (in °F and °C) to the database is time-stamped and cannot be altered through the user interface.


B10-100G

The transmitter passes information to a standard access point which can be accessed by any Wi-Fi-enabled network. Each transmitter monitors against preset conditions that are defined by the user and can provide audio and visual alerts. Additional alerts can be provided through a variety of methods such as SMS, text message, voice, pager, cell phone, fax and e-mail. Information recorded (in °F and °C) to the database is time-stamped and cannot be altered through the user interface.